Entries Tagged as 'Gerges Scott'

Selective Sunshine

March 23rd, 2014 · 2 Comments · journalism

By Arthur Alpert It’s Sunshine Week, Leslie Linthicum reminded us Thursday, March 20, “the time each year when special attention is given to the government’s responsibility to provide information to the public.” Then, in her UpFront column, Linthicum expertly took the Albuquerque Police Department to task for lack of it. I relished her take on […]

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Intimate Collaboration

March 16th, 2012 · No Comments · budget policy, tax policy

By Arthur Alpert I always complain the Albuquerque Journal imposes its editorial agenda on news decisions, but I never define that agenda. So let’s have at it. The Journal stands against government. The paper’s web site used to carry a mission statement that said its basic purpose was to monitor governmental malfeasance. (It may be […]

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