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Matthew Hoy currently works as a metro page designer at the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Tuesday, April 27, 2004
Good read: The New York Times' David Brooks gets it exactly right. The media isn't paying nearly enough attention to what's going to happen next in Iraq. Instead, they're obsessed with the past at the expense of the future.


Members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee did at least hear testimony last week on the political transition in Iraq. But they might as well have held hearings on the supplemental reappropriation cloture amendment for the deputy assistant under secretary of the Postal Services Review Board for all the media attention they received. No networks, save C-Span, provided coverage. You peered behind the witnesses and the room was practically empty. It looked like a Michael Moore book reading at the Citadel. Only a few papers wrote stories.


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