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July 2, 2003

Memory hole. Why has this editorial in the Army Times—previously available here—vanished from their web site? [12:36 AM]
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DesertJo ::: (view all by) ::: July 02, 2003, 01:23 AM:

what i really want to know is who wrote it. i'd love to give them proper credit. or at least one big-ass hug.

and for posterity's sake, i've created a PDF out of the page that my friend was able to create.

Barry ::: (view all by) ::: July 02, 2003, 07:24 AM:

Send this to various liberal sites - Maxspeak, counterpunch, talking points (Josh Marshall).

Let them know.

What's sort of funny is that Army Times still has a link up, to a blank block of space. If they knew what they're doing, they'd have substituted something else.

Barry ::: (view all by) ::: July 02, 2003, 07:30 AM:

I just forwarded the link to the Army Times feedback page. I wonder what they'll say? This incident is unique for me, in that I remember reading the article (it was mentioned, and I was surprised). Usually when somebody mentions a yanked article, I never saw it, and so am taking other people's word for it.

In this case, I know that it was pulled.

Stefan Jones ::: (view all by) ::: July 02, 2003, 12:54 PM:

Wouldn't it be delicious if the 2004 presidential election came to be decided by a judge's decision on a GOP-led effort to block a bunch of late absentee ballots . . . from Iraq?

Del Simmons ::: (view all by) ::: July 02, 2003, 01:31 PM:

Just wanted to let you guys know there was nothing sinister going on here. Kent Miller, from the Army Times, explains it all for you here..

http://www.freespeech.com/archives/000509.html

DesertJo ::: (view all by) ::: July 02, 2003, 02:27 PM:

that makes me feel a little better, but i didn't realize they posted week(s) ahead with websites the way most print magazines do.

maybe i should get out more :)

Tina Black ::: (view all by) ::: July 03, 2003, 05:40 PM:

It's back. And the Army Times addresses issues regarding the readers in a serious way. To them, he's a politician, not the C-in-C. And Congress is nowhere in the chain of command, so the Times can complain all they want to.