The NY Times Finally Notices My 'Cell Phones for the Poor' Scoop - The American Spectator | USA News and Politics
The NY Times Finally Notices My ‘Cell Phones for the Poor’ Scoop
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In October, a truck driver traveling through a low-income district of Jacksonville, Fla., saw a billboard advertising a program that offered free cell-phones for the poor. The truck driver tipped me, and I reported it on my blog.

Sunday, the New York Times finally did a feature story about Lifeline, a federally-subsidized, federally-mandated program.

The blogosphere is excited about this story. Do I get any credit for my scoop? Of course not. Because I suck.

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