Tuesday, September 06, 2005

Bridging the gap

A small band of activists and advocates for the poor sought to bring the issue of poverty and wages to the people of Portland.

I've posted over at JBIWFY.


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Seriously, I find it shocking that even with the deepest national focus on poverty and its consequences since the depression due to the effects of Katrina the PPH couldn't be arsed to cover the POWER action. Actually, on reflection, I don't. Saddening would be a better word. On the upside, did you hear the MPBN bit on the Estate Tax this AM? I knew it was going to be good when the reporter called it the "so-called death tax".

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Jim said...

You know how I love to "hammer" on the MSM whenever I can; some of their coverage of Katrina, however, actually has given me a glimmer of hope that all is not lost in the journalistic community. Like you, I've seen some examples of reporters actually performing journalism again. Imagine what would happen if they took this to all levels of the national sphere and really began to look into the rampant corruption plaguing every aspect of our land?

I guess one can only dream, eh?

Well, I suppose I need to remove Mr. Spyware and his self-aggrandizing pitch for his product. Hey! Maybe I should do the same for my book? I think not!!