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March 30, 2005

"No Hard Evidence That The Memo Is Fake"

Howard Kurtz of the Washington Post establishes a new standard for determining "news" in the old media: If a memo comes into your hands that is embarassing to the Republican Party and you have "very reliable, multiple sources who indicated the memo was distributed to Republicans on the floor of the Senate," but have no idea who produced, or even circulated the memo, then the story is worthy of national headlines.

Also, see Joshua Claybourn's Mea Culpa (HT: La Shawn Barber's Corner).

Posted by Rick at March 30, 2005 09:55 AM

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