resolution designed to shed light on just how a gay prostitute with no experience and no institutional affiliation was given access to the White House was rejected this week. Ironically, one of the few places to report on the ruling was Gannon's blog where he predictably praised it. Tim Karr comments: "It's amusing to see Gannon now defend an institution that he had devoted much of his 'career' tearing down..(MediaCitizen)
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