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blogs.reuters.com — Just open your Twitter feed and listen to the Washington press corps howl about the Obama administration's latest intrusion into their business. From the mainstream we hear the grousing of Washington Post National Political Editor Steven Ginsberg, Washington reporter John Solomon and the Associated Press's Matt Apuzzo.
washingtonpost.com — When MSNBC dumped the brash and union-boosting radio guy Ed Schultz in favor of Chris Hayes on the network's 8 p.m. time slot, it sent the message that it was going for brainier fare. At the time of the announcement, Hayes issued one of those predictable statements: "I am thrilled to be joining Rachel and Lawrence in primetime.
A Conspiracy To Commit Journalism: The Justice Dept's Dangerous New Argument Threatens Basic Reportingpressfreedomfoundation.org — Last night, the Washington Post reported on a little known leak case involving former State Department official Stephen Kim. In an alarming new extreme, the Justice Department and FBI argue there's "probable cause to believe" Fox News reporter James Rosen "has committed or is committing a violation of [the Espionage Act], as an aider and abettor and/or co-conspirator" by soliciting information from Kim for a story.
thedailybeast.com — First they came for Fox News, and they did not speak out-because they were not Fox News. Then they came for government whistleblowers, and they did not speak out-because they were not government whistleblowers. Then they came for the maker of a YouTube video, and-okay, we know how this story ends.
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