May 09 2006

Dana Priest Now The Story

Published by at 4:51 pm under All General Discussions,Leak Investigations

I truly enjoy it when the news corpse has the lense of ‘news’ turned on them and exposes all their personal details for the world to see.  Dana Priest is now in the spotlight for full evaluation and critiquing of her motives and methods.  H/T Reader Crosspatch

6 responses so far

6 Responses to “Dana Priest Now The Story”

  1. crosspatch says:

    Just so credit goes where it belongs, I saw it on Sweetness and Light.

  2. lunatickfringe says:

    Not that it was hard to find, but it’s nice to see Jennifer discussing connections that members of Free Republic made on 4/21/06.

  3. clarice says:

    The old media is dying but is not quite yet a corpse. *wink*

  4. Jane W says:

    Well that’s a start. For a bit of humor check out “The Grapevine” on Fox News tonite:

    The Washington Post’s Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Dana Priest reports that “Army Lieutenant General Lee Blalack, a legendary special operations officer who now holds the title of deputy undersecretary of defense for intelligence and warfighting support,” is the driving force behind a campaign to expand the Pentagon’s role in intelligence operations. Unfortunately, no such person exists.

    The man Priest describes is actually Lieutenant General William Boykin, while Lee Blalack is, in fact, a Washington attorney who serves as disgraced California Republican Duke Cunningham’s defense lawyer. The Washington Post has since issued a correction on its Web site.

    I guess when things start going badly….

  5. The Real Story Of Dana Priest…

    All this evidence of an obvious political agenda in the MSM and not a peep. They are supposed to report the news, whether they like the outcome or not. Instead they attempt to twist and turn things until an outcome they want is achieved. It’s …

  6. MerlinOS2 says:

    Did she have the same editor who did that other cut and paste note fiasco a few articles back?

    With business it’s location, location , location
    With media it’s credibility,credibility,credibility

    So many corrections

    I’ll bet at that place they wear out their erasers before they wear out the pencils