Jacquie McNish and Paul Waldie of The Globe and Mail took questions online yesterday. There's some useful stuff in there, but it's not a must-read.
The Chicago Sun-Times does not appear to have fond memories of its former CEO. However, they have moved on, are looking to the future, etc., etc. From the July 15 editorial: (h/t to Blacks justice) Our former boss was convicted Friday in a mixed verdict, but there's nothing mixed about our reaction. Everyone who worked [...]
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Adam Radwanski, formerly of macleans.ca, has materialized at The Globe and Mail. While he's a member of the editorial board, he will also be blogging on politics. And what better time to start a new politics blog than in mid-July? It's almost as good at CBC starting its politics blog two days after Parliament adjourned [...]
The Toronto Star's Robyn Doolittle on her hunt for Monica Prince, a juror in the Conrad Black case. From the Sunday Star: After the verdict, Judge Amy St. Eve read the juror list aloud – albeit reluctantly. The fact that most of them were women posed a problem. And I didn't bother searching for any with [...]
In a July 8 commentary, NYT public editor Clark Hoyt commented on Dubya's proclivity for seeing the evil hand of al Qaeda in Iraq in virtually everything — and for the NYT to play along. From the commentary: AS domestic support for the war in Iraq continues to melt away, President Bush and the United [...]
The scent of freshly made waffle cones hangs heavy in the clear night air.