Monday, June 26, 2006

National Review calls for revokation of Press Credentials.

National Review has called on the White House to revoke the press credentials of the NY Times, LA Times, and any other News Agency that publishes classified inforamation. I originally called for this action last week.

President Bush, who said on Monday morning that the exposure “does great harm to the United States of America,” must demand that the New York Times pay a price for its costly, arrogant defiance. The administration should withdraw the newspaper’s White House press credentials because this privilege has been so egregiously abused, and an aggressive investigation should be undertaken to identify and prosecute, at a minimum, the government officials who have leaked national-defense information.

I had just completed mailing a letter to follow up the fax and email I sent demanding Tony Snow, the White House Press Secretary, take just that action before I read this, otherwise I would have printed it out and sent it along. Join me in demanding that the NY Times, and LA Times have their credentials pulled, not only at the White House, but all Government buildings.

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From the White House website.

UPDATE: Times Watch has an article describing Keller, the Executive Editor of the NY Times staunch defense of the various treasonous actions by the Times.

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