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TV in Time of War

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Submitted by Chayajane (United States), Aug 4, 2005 at 11:27

I could not agree more. You have not mentioned the issue of pride, but it is of greatest importance. (ie lie down with dogs). That TV's talking (blathering) heads are unable to use you at will lends you great strength. And the so called even-handedness is non-existent.

Here's a suggestion to get yourself some much needed space in the media, without the interuption of enemies and dithering fools.

Supposedly the New York Times is undertaking a new and broader policy, so it must be hurting, pinching just a little bit from somewhere. The grey liberal lady had undertaken a policy to appeal to more than just the liberal swamp they've swam in for far too long.

Try writing to their editorial page, make a "pest" of yourself, hound them, and if nothing else happens, if they continually refuse to publish you, then at some point you have a fine headline for the New York Sun, a la "SO CALLED NEW YORK TIMES REFUSES TO PUBLISH THE VIEWS OF DANIEL PIPES"


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Daniel Pipes replies:

Thank you for the advice about The New York Times. I did publish there quite often between 1979 and 1996, but since becoming a columnist for other New York City newspapers, I no longer send articles to it.


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