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Freedom of the Press--The Real Story

Original post made by Beghbie, another community, on May 4, 2011

Here's an example of the press becoming the story-unintentionally. The pleasanton Weekly attracts the glare of the White House. This from the Daily Caller:

This story contains 337 words.

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a resident of another community
on May 6, 2011 at 8:07 pm

Dear Editor,

The nature of EMCEB is to 1) violate their own terms of use applied to selected forum commentators based on personal prejudice, 2) serve political interests without regard to balanced, fair journalism, and 3) misrepresent reality in community events and issues to EMCEB management's specific biases and prejudices. There is no ability for readers to believe claims in this commentary without defining proof of such communication from WH or related sources.

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