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The following stories were submitted for Pulitzer Prize consideration in the international reporting category. February 4, 2004 A Cult of Reluctant Killers
U.S. Supreme Court Considers ALEC Voting Bill; Could Have Broader Implications for Voting Rights by Brendan Fischer
Cross-posted from the SplashCast blog because I thought it would be of interest to readers here as well. One of the promises of the internet is to democratize access to both information and publishing. That democratization, in theory, makes voices outside of the halls of power more capable of changing the world than they would be otherwise. The jury is still out as to how real all of that is. There are lots of people and organizations giving it a try.
What a tangled web they weave when first they practice to deceive. It's a case built on lies and self-serving hearsay. It's a case built on egregious violations of law and our Constitution.
POSTED // Sep 26,2012 - Am I the only person not crying buckets because the University of Utah football team got waxed by Arizona State University down in Tempe on Sept. 22? Well, outside of BYU or Utah State fans, who don’t mind that Utah got some comeuppance, that is. I’m not sad about it because although the Utes got spanked worse than a dirty rug on laundry day, those same Utes didn’t quit. I despise quitters. I’m a realist, though. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
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News Director, Investigative Team Robby Trammell is news director for The Oklahoman and NewsOK.com. During his 41-year career, he has received numerous reporting awards and civic honors. With The Oklahoman’s investigative team, he won a first-place spot news reporting award for coverage of the Oklahoma City bombing and exposed wrongdoing in the 1990 campaign of an Oklahoma governor. Their scoop — “Governor Secretly Indicted” — was heralded as the biggest political story in the paper’s history.
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