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From the moment Matt Drudge, the self-styled Walter Winchell of Internet news, stepped to the microphone at the journalists' mecca of the Washington National Press Club, he was on the attack.
Clearly," said Drudge, "there is a hunger for unedited information, absent corporate considerations.
Drudge reported a "source" told him that White House staffer Sidney Blumenthal "beat his wife.
If Drudge is correct, and it is hard to see why he is not, what does that say about the deep dark newshole of the Internet?
She is the author of three books: "America's Women, 400 Years of Dolls, Drudges, Helpmates and Heroines" (Morrow, 2003), "Scorpion Tongues" (Morrow, 1998) and "The Millennium Book" (Doubleday, 1991) which she co-authored with her husband, Dan Collins.
Of Hollywood's multitude of sins, none is greater than degrading, warped stereotypes of youngsters in countless silly movies: Mindless drudges with small intellects and large libidos.