Friday, January 20, 2006

Our crapulous press 
Paul Krugman, in today's NY Times, wants to know, as much as I want to know:
It's interesting, though, that Scott McClellan has announced that the White House, contrary to earlier promises, won't provide any specific information about contacts between Mr. Abramoff and staff members.

So I have a question for my colleagues in the news media: Why isn't the decision by the White House to stonewall on the largest corruption scandal since Warren Harding considered major news?

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