November 22, 2006
News and opinion

Journalists are supposed to be striving to be objective. In fact, it's that very attribute that they use as a shield against questions about their own political beliefs: "It doesn't matter who I voted for. When I pull out my pen and notepad, I'm an objective journalist, just reporting the facts." Most journalists try really […]

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November 22, 2006
That's about right

I mentioned the Olshansky/Nalen incident earlier this week. Well, the league office has spoken. Olshansky is being fined $10,000 -- $5,000 for each blow to Nalen's thick head. Nalen is being fined $25,000 -- a small price to pay for his try at ending Olshansky's career.

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November 22, 2006
For the record

No. 1 is something I'd definitely prefer to be below average in.

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"The decision will give a blueprint for the government to pry open safe deposit boxes, storage lockers, and other private spaces—and to take the contents with civil forfeiture."

This is why no one trusts you or your network, Andrew. It took 5 paragraphs to get to the part where it explains that this "interview" was by a random guy accosting Kent on the street and asking him questions. It's almost as if you want an even smaller audience than you have now.

andrew kaczynski @KFILE

GOP congressional candidate Joe Kent's ties to white nationalists include interview with Nazi sympathizer

It's become a losing battle, but I'm glad @jessesingal stands with the dwindling camp of journalists who don't believe every sentence they publish must be laced with propaganda. If only there were some journalism professors still in that camp.

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