Thursday, March 31, 2005

Credit and Blame, Where They're Due

It was heartening to see Marueen Dowd in today's New York Times point the spotlight on the matter of Iraq intelligence where it belongs -- the Pentagon. It was rather disheatening to see the lack of coverage in the rest of the mainstream media.

It was good the see the Christian Science Monitor cover the AIPAC spy case. Though readers of this blog won't find anything new there, and CSM is a pretty small-circulation publication, it might alert some other journalists to the case. It was rather appalling to see the lack of coverage in other major newspapers.

It's not like nobody else in the world of journalism has heard about the case, since many reporters and editors read Haaretz and The Forward. It's just a lack of courage to talk about the subject.

1 Comments:

Anonymous krediet said...

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Groetjes Albert

1/25/2006 01:55:00 AM  

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