Saturday, February 12, 2005

Something That Is Unlikely to Happen in the French Media

Eason Jordan has resigned, something that would never happen in the French media.

Earlier, there was this:

One of the most common complaints [Michelle Malkin hears] from our troops is that the media rarely report on the military's good deeds.

A simple column I wrote last month lauding the humanitarian efforts of our men and women in the U.S.S. Abraham Lincoln Carrier Strike Group, for example, resulted in an avalanche of mail from military members and their families expressing astonishment and relief over a bit of positive press.

…Well, with folks like powerful CNN executive Eason Jordan in charge — a man who clearly has issues with the U.S. military — it's no wonder our troops so often feel smeared and slimed.

… Jordan's defenders say he was "misunderstood" and deserves the "benefit of the doubt." But the man's record is one of incurable anti-American pandering.

In other news, it turns out that 9/11 was an inside job, and not only was the White House, the CIA, the FBI, and Pentagon involved, but so was a colleague of Francisco Gil-White's, the University of Pennsylvania Psychology Department professor who also holds that "the United States is a secret enemy of Israel". As of this writing, it has not been ascertained whether Gil-White is the Philadelphia correspondent of CNN…

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