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“The Seattle Press-Intelligencer is one of many U.S. (and international) newspapers feeling the reality of the financial crisis — which has exarcerbated a growing problem for newspapers: even in time of economic bliss, more and more readers are getting their news from Internet sources rather than from the printed page.”
“Meanwhile, Joel Connelly, the contumelious liberal columnist for the Seattle Post-Intelligencer is crying foul because the two highly qualified and judicially restrained challengers, Stephen Johnson and John Groen, are receiving campaign contributions from folks whom Connelly doesn't approve of: "Outside interests influencing court races".”
“Microsoft's home town paper, The Seattle Post-Intelligencer, is keeping up the drumbeat on the on-going saga over Microsoft and gay rights.”
“Post-Intelligencer is running a fictional column called From the desk of”
“The Intelligencer was a very dry newspaper also -- very colorless to some degree.”
“The speech as reported in the Intelligencer is a very condensed and brief summary of my observations.”
“I am not very young, I have neither wife nor children, nor a library, but, as I said, I read the Intelligencer, which is enough for me; it is to me a delightful paper, and so it was to my father.”
“They can also read the Intelligencer, which is a paper written by the people, with their hands guided.”
“If you do, you will in all probability find me still poring over this old Intelligencer, which is full of rumors of approaching war with the British.”
“157 “I do hereby declare”: Anson Jones, proclamation, reprinted in National Intelligencer, June 26, 1845.”
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