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The Journo-List Revelations Continue

While you were sleeping (hopefully), the Daily Caller revealed more from Journo-List, including NPR producer Sara Spitz talking about how she would enjoy watching Rush Limbaugh die of a heart attack, and Jonathan Zasloff, a law professor at UCLA, and John Judis, a senior editor at The New Republic, talking about whether the federal government should try to shut down Fox News Channel by having the Federal Communications Commission “pull their broadcasting permit once it expires.”

It’s worth remembering Ezra Klein’s initial description once the list came to light: “The idea was to foster a safe space where policy experts, academics, and journalists could freely talk through issues, bringing up the questions they considered urgent and the information they thought important, with the result being a more informed commentariat.”

A more informed commentariat, free from that darn Fox News Channel.


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