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By  |  February 16, 2006

Lacey's Law
In an e-mail to the Phoenix, Mike Lacey fleshed out his critique -- fair or unfair -- of what's wrong with the Village Voice's political coverage. "For Village Voice writers to repeat week after week that they oppose George Bush is to state the obvious, not to mention that readers can find the scoops being cited every single morning in The New York Times, where journalists continually break news about this president's prosecution of the war and abuse of the First Amendment safeguards . . . I expect original reporting not merely some lazy form of print blogging."

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  Topics: Media -- Dont Quote Me , George W. Bush
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