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Chrenkoff is back

Arthur Chrenkoff is back! He isn't blogging, but he is writing about the topic that made him so well known throughout the blogosphere and to Wall Street Journal readers -- media coverage, specifically good news, from Iraq. Read Arthur's piece at Pajamas Media where he picks up where he left off in 2005 and tracks the coverage from then until now.

Update: Speaking of news from Iraq, the Wall Street Journal has an interesting editorial today about that recent 60 Minutes interview with FBI agents who interrogated Saddam Hussein.


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Comments (2)

Interesting article. Still... (Below threshold)
P. Bunyan:

Interesting article. Still I'm sure the press will find or fabricate plenty of negative stories as the November election nears. Remember both neo-comm candidates have pledged to loose the war if they're elected. (Yeah I know they say "end" not "loose", but in reality they are the exact same thing.)

I have so good bumper sticker ideas though:

Save the terrorists!
Kill the fetuses!
Clinton/Obama '08


Loose the War!
Clinton/Obama '08

Will Chrenkoff's first post... (Below threshold)
Ken Hoop:

Will Chrenkoff's first post be devoted to
portraying the lucky survivors of the Baghdad
slaughter today? What a jerk.






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