Monthly Archives: November 2006

Google now estimates that the average blog is read by one person.

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So who is Mr. Hussein?

The AP story we ran Saturday is still in the news, with apparently no resolution. “The Associated Press said in its story yesterday that Mr. Hussein has been a regular source of police information for two years and had been … Continue reading

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Hearing from experts about Healthcare

Arnold Schwarzenegger is expected to make 2007 the year of healthcare. The Sacramento Bee has a blog dedicated to hearing from experts about solutions. It’s moderated by the dean of California political blogs Dan Weintraub

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A trip to Pasadena Superior Court gone bad

One fee too much.

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What is a civil war?

Iraq: civil war or sectarian violence What do you call a problem like escalating sectarian violence in Iraq? A civil war,? said Matt Lauer on the Today show on Nov. 27. NBC brass had discussed it, he told viewers, and … Continue reading

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Washington Post backs AP story.

It’s been a major discussion in the blogosphere. “They then blasted open the front of the mosque, dragged six worshippers outside, doused them with kerosene and set them on fire. This account of one of the most horrific alleged attacks … Continue reading

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Pols need to find smaller bigger rooms

No offence, but hearing about the whining and gloating of the rooms that the people paid to be built is just a little irritating.

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Public information and the LAPD

I’ve been a bit late on this story about Mariel Garza, a columnist for sister-paper Daily News, and her students class project to obtain public documents from the LAPD. As soon as I find the link to the original story, … Continue reading

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AP stands by Iraqi story on burned Sunnis

“The Associated Press is standing by its report that six Sunni men were burned to death in Baghdad Friday by Shiites, even though U.S. military officials have accused the wire service of relying on a source who “is not who … Continue reading

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Questions about some Iraqi war stories

The story that came out of Iraq Friday that six Sunnis were burned alive now is being questioned. “The U.S. military said Saturday that Iraqi soldiers securing Hurriyah found only one burned mosque and were unable to confirm residents’ and … Continue reading

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