Daily Archives: January 1st, 2007 «

 

The NYTimes on displaying disturbing video and/or pictures

Posted by: ST on January 1, 2007 at 9:13 pm » 4 Comments

Dan Riehl has done some digging and points out what looks like a double standard from the New York Times on displaying disturbing video and/or pictures. In this article, the NYT almost seems to be chiding news outlets and blogs who linked up to or broadcast/printed video and/or images from Saddam’s execution that included the […]

 

From a father to his son

Posted by: ST on January 1, 2007 at 7:21 pm » 3 Comments

Your eyes won’t be dry after reading this. It’s written by Dana Canedy, an editor at the New York Times who was the fiancé of First Sgt. Charles Monroe. Sgt. Monroe was killed in Iraq on October 14th, but he left behind some words to live by for his son, who at the time was […]

 

Islamic terrorists flee ‘last remaining stronghold’ in Somalia

Posted by: ST on January 1, 2007 at 6:38 pm » 8 Comments

Good news from Mogadishu: MOGADISHU, Somalia – Fighters belonging to a militant Islamist movement fled into a rugged, forested corner of Somalia from rapidly advancing government forces Monday, and the prime minister offered amnesty if they surrendered. Regional diplomats worked to arrange the speedy deployment of African peacekeepers to help the interim government establish its […]