Posts Tagged: Redacting the News

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How Much Is A Policy On Bad Logic?

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The Setup My recent trip to the White House has gotten me all fired up politically. Okay, not really, but it reminded me of this deeply irritating failure of logic in the soon-to-be decided (or maybe already-decided-but-soon-to-be-revealed) Supreme Court health care case which, as a citizen who went through 10 layers of security before eating […]

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Yeah, Copyright Whatev – What About My Rights?

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The Setup I guess I’m on a corporate rant! There’s a bill before Congress (called SOPA in the House and Protect IP in the Senate) that is designed to protect copyright at the expense of speech. What Hollywood Says We need these bills because we’re losing jobs and money to piracy. Back Up And Tell […]

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Not To Be All Demanding Here But I Got Some Demands

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The Setup Occupy Wall Street has pushed a lot of – perhaps undefined – disassatifaction to the fore which, from my relationship-centric POV, really boils down to one problem: corporate America, you have boundary issues! What Corporations Say What’s good for us is good for everyone. Back Up And Tell It Right Um, no. To […]

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Shout-Show Host Piers Morganzilla Tells It Like It Isn’t

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Piers Morgan may be able to edit tabloids, judge talent competitions, and host talk shows, but he sure seems to have a hard time using his restaurant voice during an on-air argument with British Parliament Member, Louise Mensch. The Setup During a Parliamentary session about the NEWS OF THE WORLD scandal, Louise, in making a […]

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You You You!!!

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The following article appeared in The New York Times a few days ago (well, at least this is how I read it (for the original quotes, click the *)): Budget Talks Near Collapse as G.O.P. Leader Quits By CARL HULSE (then redacted by Matt Prager) / Published: June 23, 2011 by The New York Times WASHINGTON — […]