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Entries by Jason Salzman from 01/2011

Why a Great Columnist Shouldn't Be on the News Page

| Posted 01.06.2011 | Denver

Newspapers will survive in the long run only if they can convince us that they're fair and accurate.

Spokesman explains Hick's "drill-the-living-daylights" quote

| Posted 01.09.2011 | Denver

Sunday's New York Times magazine features a profile of Governor-elect John Hickenlooper, concluding that, if Hick does "well" and is re-elected in 20...

An Interview with 9News' Adam Schrager

| Posted 01.11.2011 | Denver

I thought Schager's many admirers would like to know more about why he's leaving and his reflections about journalism and his job here as he departs.

Boyles and Post Agree That Speculating on a Suspect's Immigration Status Is Wrong

| Posted 01.13.2011 | Denver

In October, you may recall, Jose Nevarez-Coronado was charged with vehicular homicide in the death of Prof. Yvonne Frye of the Community College of Denver.

Reporter, Not Gessler, Started Conversation About Moonlighting

| Posted 01.25.2011 | Denver

Colorado Secretary of State Scott Gessler told KHOW radio's Craig Silverman yesterday that he "purposely decided to have this conversation to start ta...

How Could Gessler Take Hackstaff Clients Without Everyone Wondering Who's Winking?

| Posted 01.27.2011 | Denver

If Gessler's clients were using his firm for an issue connected to the SOS Office, even if Gessler himself works on a different case with them, then there would still be the appearance of a conflict of interest.

A "Couple of Months" Later, We've Heard Nothing From McInnis About Clearing His Name

| Posted 01.29.2011 | Denver

How in the world will McInnis clear up this bee-sting-like plagiarism misunderstanding, and when will he do it?