Saturday, June 24, 2006

NY Times Program Expands Executive Editor Authority

(2006-06-24) — A secret New York Times program for fighting ‘the war on the war on terror’ represents a “radical expansion of executive editor authority” according to a legal analyst who studied the parameters of the “intel sifting and sharing program” that the Times uses to disseminate U.S. national security information to international terror groups.
Let's hope Vice President Cheney is in a secure, undisclosed location.

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Blogger Mike in S.A. said...

Judging from past experience with the Marketing Division of the New York Times, I'd guess Cheney's location is no longer secure nor undisclosed.

The NYT's telemarketers are only sightly less annoying and persistent than their reporters.

12:39 AM  

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