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July 6, 2005

Reporters: Is Shilling for the Right Really a Good Idea?

-- by Dave Johnson

Shorter Stirling Newberry: Reporters, the people you are helping to consolidate absolute power want to do away with you when they get it.

(That second link is to the old Blogger site, which isn't working well. (It's Blogger...) Search the page for "Bill Stewart" to see the post.)

Posted by Dave Johnson at July 6, 2005 8:39 AM

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Reporters: Is Shilling for the Right Really a Good Idea?

Why should it be a worse idea for them than it is for any very, very highly compensated corporate careerist?

The vast majority of people believe (and who am I to argue with them?) that once they've got their whatever-number-tips-their-personal-scale zillion dollars, bugger all. They live in their real and metaphorical gated communities, sure that the shit-covered peasants will never arrive at those gates with machetes. I do so hope they're wrong about that last part, but I fear they are right. There's never a fucking French Revolution around when you need one.

Posted by: richard at July 6, 2005 9:53 AM

Dave, slightly OT, but here's an article you linked to back then - Iraq: In all but name, the war's on. Prescient, huh?

Posted by: darms at July 7, 2005 12:05 PM

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