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Tuesday, May 31, 2005

Blog spring

Tehran cracks down on political blogs. Wired reports:  "[M]ore than a dozen of whom have been arrested for their politics. The crackdown has stifled Iran's exploding Web culture..."

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Newsbeat 1

The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing -- Edmund Burke
Tuesday, May 31, 2005
We the (Media) People- via Instapundit

"Quite a few bloggers are moving beyond opinion journalism into firsthand reporting. On my own InstaPundit.com weblog, I feature firsthand reports, often with photos, from places like Uzbekistan and Afghanistan. My "correspondents" are correspondents in the original sense -- people who correspond -- rather than in the modern sense of people with good hair and a microphone. Other bloggers have broken stories from Iraq (involving both alleged war crimes by U.S. troops and large anti-terror marches left uncovered by American media), from the Orange Revolution in Ukraine, and from Canada's government corruption scandals."

posted by newsbeat1 at 8:04 AM


Canadian bloggers: Get sniffing, questioning; there is a stinking pile of Liberal corruption & BS to dig into; bring the spotlight/searchlight onto the Liberal regime. Expose the filth.

There was light; and the light is good.

Posted by: maz2 | 2005-05-31 7:47:24 AM

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