[DCR covering "The Story of the Decade" for CBS in Spring, 1975, after the CBS staff fled Saigon as General Vo Nguyen Giap's Communist Army came to town and we learned, personally, how the new regime could kill without bullets and how CBS New York would accept it.]
BlogWorld: June 30. Speaking of CBS/NY Times/MSM world-view, here is another 'win' for GloboSocialismo (and GloboCapitalismo) over what Osamatons call 'The Crusaders.' Warner Bros. in its new-old "Superman Returns," has neutered our famous hero. The Hollyhucksters have changed the stated mission of today's (metrosexualized? girly-mensch?) Superman from "Truth, Justice and the American way" to the politically correct "Truth, justice and all that stuff." You don't believe it? Check the link. June 28: On long-time CBS/Dan Rather friend NY Times' latest violation of US national security: Some believe that prosecuting the Times would be too problematic, counter-productive and likely to fail in today's criminal-friendly court system. They prefer hauling Times' hirelings before a Grand Jury to find out the source of the criminal leaks. gringoPoint: In either case, the ball is in the court of George Bush. Will he kick, or call another time-out that seems never to end?
June 27: More on NY Times as terror-enabling Privacy Yenta. Do not---repeat--do not miss the superbly Photo-shopped WWII images at Michelle Malkin's "NY Times Flashback"........ Rep. Peter King (R-NY) wants the long-time ally of CBS and Dan Rather prosecuted for its latest divulging of national security secrets. King, the Times reports(from the shadows of page A12) is " calling on the attorney general to begin a criminal investigation and prosecution of the New York Times, its reporters, the editors that worked on this and the publisher." Is Team Bush listening? George Bush has wagged a finger at the Times. Will he do anything more? FYI: For any ACLU-admirer who thinks Peter King (Chairman, House Homeland Security Committee) is just being a "Bushbot," this ex-Marine is very critical of George Bush on the U.S. border chaos. However, Rep. King opposes sedition, treason and giving aid and comfort to Islamic fanatics who are very likely planning something bigger and deadlier than 9.11. King, outspoken New Yorker, opposes such aid to the enemy even when provided under cover of "privacy concerns" or during the growing economic and circulation problems of the NY Sulzberger Times.
June 24: For update on "Haditha Crucifixion" (June 07) see MilitaryCorruption.com's revelations on SecDef Donald Rumsfeld's Pentagon in this devastating case.... USS Neverdock's "Dan Rather Signs Off." June 21: Michelle Malkin's "My Ears, My Eyes!"