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Veterans Who Run Full-Page Ads in the Wall Street Journal (George C. Turek Edition II)

As the hardworking staff previously noted, former Navy aviator/current Texas civilian George C. Turek ran this ad in the Wall Street Journal last week:     We promptly sent these questions to Mr. Turek: • Why did you choose the … Continue reading

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Veterans Who Run Full-Page Ads in the Wall Street Journal (George C. Turek Edition)

For the past couple of years, the hardworking staff has chronicled Civilians Who Run Full-Page Ads in the New York Times. Now comes Navy veteran George C. Turek with this full-page ad in yesterday’s Wall Street Journal. (Tip o’ the … Continue reading

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Last Week’s Boston/New York Pulitzer Bakeoff

The past seven days have provided us with a Pulitzerpalooza that includes the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and the Boston Globe. Start with the leader in the clubhouse: Andrea Elliott’s Invisible Child, the Times five-part series chronicling the … Continue reading

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Why The Wall Street Journal Is A Great Newspaper (‘The Lobotomy Files’ Edition)

Today’s Wall Street Journal features the last in a remarkable three-part series, The Lobotomy Files. From the first installment (Forgotten Soldiers): The U.S. government lobotomized roughly 2,000 mentally ill veterans—and likely hundreds more—during and after World War II, according to … Continue reading

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Military Vets: Macy’s Has Got Your $ix

Full-page ad in Friday’s New York Times: You see that? Support American veterans! Give $3 at any Macy’s and SAVE 25% ALL DAY It’s all part of Macy’s Got Your Six (as in, Got Your Back) promotion. Sorry, but the … Continue reading

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