Entries Tagged as 'Patrick Malone'

Nukes, Jobs and Money

April 30th, 2015 · 2 Comments · environment, journalism, role of government

By Denise Tessier “Interim site for nuke fuel proposed for southern NM” –the top Page 1 story in this morning’s Albuquerque Journal – informed readers that an international company is proposing to turn 32 acres in southeastern New Mexico (about 12 miles from WIPP, the already-existing permanent nuclear defense waste disposal facility) into a site […]

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Hacker Incident: What’s the Journal Got To Hide?

December 25th, 2014 · 2 Comments · journalism

By Denise Tessier “Hacker attacks Journal website” was the headline on a brief four inches of copy deep inside the Albuquerque Journal’s print edition Christmas Day. The story said the Journal’s website had to be taken down for “several hours” Wednesday morning “after someone posted an altered version” of a news report of a police […]

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Indulging in a Flight of Fancy

July 2nd, 2014 · 1 Comment · journalism, open government, state government

By Arthur Alpert It isn’t a smoking gun, but the Santa Fe New Mexican’s story last Saturday sure was an eye-opener. Here’s the headline: “Records: N.M. paid Arizona firm ahead of provider shake-up” And here are reporter Patrick Malone’s first two paragraphs: “Gov. Susana Martinez’s administration shook up the state’s mental health system last June […]

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