WEDNESDAY’S LINKS: Tony ‘I Don’t Know’ Snow, Rewriting Pinochet’s Legacy, Considering the Sulzberger Clan

By: E&P Staff

In today’s links, Tony Snow has said “I don’t know” 400 times as White House Press Secretary, The New York Post will run Liz Smith’s column less frequently, and an article on New York’s “power families” considers the Sulzbergers.

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In “power families” issue, Sulzbergers to be more like the Newhouse clan in business operations. (New York Observer)

The New York Post will run gossip queen Liz Smith’s column less frequently. (Radar)

Dana Milbank: Tony Snow, while claiming access to Bush’s sanctum sanctorum, continues to use the phrase — more than 400 times so far in televised briefings and interviews. (Washington Post)

A Salt Lake Tribune cartoonist mocks the new editor of its rival, the Deseret Morning News. (Salt Lake Tribune)

Editorial pages rewriting Pinochet’s legacy? (CJR Daily)

Union tumult at the Boston Globe. (Boston Phoenix)

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