May 16, 2005

Down Periscope

A confidential spokesperson at the department of public works has confirmed that numerous people have flushed copies of Newsweek Magazine.

At the risk of fueling the “echo chamber” criticism of weblogs, I am compelled by utter outrage at what passes for standards of journalism at Newsweek Magazine. Their irresponsibility has only been compounded by this weekend's attempts at an overly nuanced non-correction and non-apology.

In the race toward the bottom of the Main Stream Media barrel Newsweek may have actually passed CBS.

Michelle Malkin probably said it best: Newsweek Lied. People Died.

Posted by: Stephen Macklin at 05:04 AM | Comments (1) | Add Comment


1 Hey, y'know what'd be cool? If you could write, as a former journalism major, why you abandoned a career on journalism for a career in graphics. And, then, why you value yer blogging time. That'd be cool!

Posted by: Tuning Spork at May 16, 2005 07:01 PM (PsThu)

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