The New York Times‘ own story on Judith Miller’s absurd melodrama confirms that the episode, far from rehabilitating the paper after HowellÂ Raines-era debacles, has deepened the paper’s slide into self-important nonsense. The episode is a monument to nothingness: it revolves around a story not written, about a crime not committed, involving no source needing protection. It is no wonderÂ Miller’s colleaguesÂ felt likeÂ booing her after she returned to the newsroom.Â
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