WEDNESDAY’S LINKS: Ford’s ‘Decency’, ‘NYT’ Tower’s Symbolism, Milbank on Bush’s Eulogy

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By: E&P Staff

In today’s links, Dana Milbank speculates that it is unlikely that President Bush will be eulogized by a member of the current White house Press Corps, CJR calls for Tribune to sell its newspaper properties, and New York Daily News blogger and reporter Ben Smith leaves to join Albritton’s new DC publication.


Dana Milbank: The current president would probably have Hugo Chavez deliver his eulogy before he would bestow the honor on a member of the White House press corps. (Washington Post)

Editorial: Tribune should get out of the newspaper business. (Columbia Journalism Review)

James Gardner: Considering the symbolism behind Renzo Piano’s new New York Times tower. (New York Sun)

Jack Shafer: The press buries Gerald Ford in meaningless platitudes. (Slate)

NY Daily News blogger/reporter Ben Smith joins Allbritton’s Politico in DC. (New York Daily News)

Sac Bee reporter who rejected “recall” to go on “listening tour” for people who have new career ideas for her. (LA Observed)

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