“SCO’s Legal Wrangles Take an Odd, Personal Turn,” by Steven Vaughan-Nichols, eWeek, 10 March 2005, http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,1895,1814683,00.asp.
“Is it any surprise…,” by Dan tdaxp, ZenPundit, 24 June 2006, http://zenpundit.blogspot.com/2006/06/new-york-times-as-al-qaidas.html#115124511267407687.
“,” by Peter Kilborn, New York Times, 30 June 2006, http://travel2.nytimes.com/2006/06/30/travel/escapes/30michaels.html (from Drudge Report).
A year ago, a hack writer endangered the life of a popular blogger by publishing details of her home security. Maureen O’Gara, a publishing world thug, not only
published photographs of Jones’ home and published the addresses, phone numbers and e-mail contacts not only for Jones, but for her mother and her son as well.
but also the make of the lock to O’Gara apartment.
The New York Times, in a stunning display of vindictiveness for White House criticism over a possibly illegal news story, has now published identifying descriptions of the homes of administration officials, including the location of a hidden camera.
Secretary of Defense Rumsfeld is not some middling public celebrity who we might wish to write a letter to, and do not otherwise know the address. The publishing of this information is beyond pointless — it is hostile.
I am sickened by the New York Times‘ invitation to assassination. At a time when we are at war with al Qaeda, the Times is choosing the wrong side.