Jane writes an excellent piece debunking Fred Hiatt's op-ed in the Washington Post called," A Good Leak." It actually has a mechanism in place that Fr
April 8, 2006

Jane writes an excellent piece debunking Fred Hiatt's op-ed in the Washington Post called," A Good Leak." It actually has a mechanism in place that Fred seems to lack. It's called research.

It looks like people are going over to the post.blog to share a little information with them.

UPDATE:

A word on Jeff Goldstein. I've never criticized Jeff before, but I think he crossed a line with Jane today. In his Hiatt piece, he fabricates a quote attributed to Jane:

"For instance, reached for comment, firegodlake's Jane Hamsher called the editorial "bullshittiness of the highest f-king bullshit order," then, after burning...

Jane hadn't published her article about Fred which Jeff figured was coming and puts words into her mouth that she never said. Some of us are going to come under fire because of our huge differences, but this is a line that shouldn't be crossed.

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