Dec 16, 2005

Truth In Journalism Just Improved...

13 Comments:

Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I wonder if the timing of Novak leaving CNN to join Faux news is in related to his recent comment about the President knowing identity of the CIA leak. Glad Novak is leaving there. There are some good journalists at CNN. Good luck to Novak entering into the propaganda network on Fox....

2:43 PM  
Anonymous pugnacious pugilist pat buchanan said...

Now I know why my desk was just moved out in the hallway.

3:48 PM  
Blogger v from dc said...

Well, now I really know why I won't be watching Faux News and the inane Bill O'Reilly ..

Why is Novak getting a pass from you, PJF?

3:52 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Truth I don't agree with. Novak was talking so Fox (Bush) station made Novak an offer he couldn't refuse. Nice way to get a job. Now Novak doesn't have to do resrearch for an article. He will be trained by Bill O'Rielly on how to follow the White House lead. Look for more hiring at Fox for all the journalist that have info on Bush/Cheney/Rove. BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING ME.

6:54 PM  
Blogger bluewild said...

What the people at Fox don't realize, nor does the Novak troll, that this move is seen by most people as a demotion.

I also heard last week that Bill O'Really radio ratings are falling and he's been let go in some markets.

Yhe winds of change are invigorating.

7:21 PM  
Anonymous eslye said...

Is what President Bush admitted
today in regard to using electronic devices to monitor conversations without legal court orders ,
as well as knowing the leaker...

impeachable offences ?

7:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Speaking of Bush, he will be addressing the nation about Iraq from his prison (I mean Oval office) at 9 pm ET. I am holding my breath that anyone wants to tune in and hear his S.O.S. and thumbsucking speech...

8:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bush will be televised this Sunday. Forgot to add that to my comments.

8:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Question: If the President of the United States can monitor communications under the aegis of being the Chief Executive of the United States, can the Governors of each state do the same in their individual states (being Chief Executive of their states), and can that "Executive Power" then be held as active within each municipality by the "Chief Executive" of said municipalities? How about the "Chief Executive" of an apartment complex or "Homeowner Division". Can the "Chief Executive" of a house open anyone's mail that is received at that house, or listen to their phone conversations, with impunity? To say this opens a can of worms is not beyond saying this opens up a cargo container of pythons in every port of America.

9:06 PM  
Blogger Kit Neill said...

Novak has already sold his soul to the devil, selling out to Fox News is redundant.

Bob Woodward will soon follow into "retirement to concentrate on his books." Which will by then be redundant.

Yes, Blue, the winds of change ARE invigorating.

9:39 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

"Winds of Change" Amen and Thanks to the Lord! Mr. Novak: At the age of 74, it's time to retire into oblivion. I'm not far behind you in years.....but I'm light years ahead of you in viewing the world and those living in it. I am constantly amazed at the "social conversatives": Pro-life/pro capitol punishment (HELLO!) And what about "What soever you do for the least of my brethen, so you do undo me"...Katrina, Medicare, food stamps, tax breaks for the wealthy, need I go on? GOD is watching! By the way, so is PJF.

10:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

now they can...
tune of Sponge Bob...
SING;
CapnBobVak: I cant Hear You!!
O'Liely: FILLth O'Liely Racist Rants!
CapnBobVak: Whos slimy as Hell and Flops Like a FISH!!
O'Liely; FILLth O'Liely RACIST RANTS!!


=) --Aj

11:11 AM  
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5:05 AM  

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