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Senator Biden’s Staff Said to Have Worked with Bush-Appointed Board to Kill Voice of America Radio to Russia Just Days Before the Attack on Georgia

 FreeMediaOnline.org, San Francisco, August 21, 2008 — In a move seen as a foreign policy and public diplomacy blunder, in which the Senate staff of Senator Joe Biden (D-DE) is said to be involved,  the Voice of America (VOA), an international broadcasting service funded by the U.S. Government, stopped its radio programs to Russia just 12 days before Moscow launched its military attack on Georgia. According to a…

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Broadcasting Board of Governors Says Voice of America Radio to Georgia Will Continue for Now, But Underlying Message to VOA Georgian Broadcasters: Keep Looking for Another Job

FreeMediaOnline.org, August 20, 2008, San Francisco — Listen to the last Voice of America radio broadcast to Russia The Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) stopped these VOA broadcasts from Washington on July 26, 2008, 12 days before Russia attacked Georgia. After Russia’s attack on Georgia, it took the Broadcasting Board of Governors (BBG) days to say something about U.S. broadcasting to…

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Save Voice of America Radio to Georgia and Russia Press Release

FreeMediaOnline.org, August 19, 2008, San Francisco — In this post you will find links to media outlets which have republished our press release on saving VOA broadcasts to Georgia and Russia. Ted, Thank-you for your press release with 24-7PressRelease.com. Following is your complimentary PRWatch(TM) report from 24-7PressRelease.com.  Each time you send a Mass Media Distribution release through our service you…

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Religion

Press Release About the Publication of Wojtyla’s Women: How They Shaped the Life of Pope John Paul II and Changed the Catholic Church

Visit our website www.tedlipien.com John Paul II Warned About Dangers of Secular Feminism But Accepted of Some of Its Ideas: A New Book — “Wojtyla’s Women” — Explores the Role of Women Who Shaped the Life of Pope John Paul II, Supported His Concept of New Feminism, and Changed the Catholic Church   The future Pope John Paul II told…

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Religion

Index for Wojtyla’s Women, A Book About Pope John Paul II and His Views on Women and Feminism

Wojtyla’s Women: How They Shaped the Life of Pope John Paul II and Changed the Catholic Church Order on Amazon INDEX Abortion, 9-10, 15, 20-21, 27-29, 35, 40, 42, 48, 55, 109-111, 113, 117, 120-121, 125-126, 141, 144-145, 147, 151, 159, 162-163, 168, 170-171, 175, 177-178, 184, 191, 195, 198-199, 201, 203-205, 207, 212-213, 238, 240, 242-244, 251-253, 257, 259,…

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Religion

Popes get conflicting advice on what to say to Americans and don’t always say what they really think

Taking example from John Paul II, Pope Benedict XVI will not scold Americans during his first pontifical visit to the United States. Just like John Paul II, he is also concerned about his public image. Vatican diplomats have admitted as much in their pre-trip media interviews when they suggested that the pope will try to present a moderate tone during…

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BNN, Russia, VOA

Voice of Russia English web site ignores the murder of Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya while offering extensive coverage of political scandals in the U.S. and Great Britain | BNN Oct. 17, 2006

Originally published on Blogger News Network (BNN), October 17, 2006 Voice of Russia English web site ignores the murder of Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya while offering extensive coverage of political scandals in the U.S. and Great Britain by Ted Lipien FreeMediaOnline.org Dublin, CA — During the Cold War, the Soviet media reported extensively on any real or imagined political scandal…

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Blogger News Network, Russia

Voice of Russia English web site ignores the murder of Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya while offering extensive coverage of political scandals in the U.S. and Great Britain

Published on Blogger News Network October 17, 2006 Voice of Russia English web site ignores the murder of Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya while offering extensive coverage of political scandals in the U.S. and Great Britain by Ted Lipien FreeMediaOnline.org Dublin, CA — During the Cold War, the Soviet media reported extensively on any real or imagined political scandal and natural…

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BNN, RL, Russia

Former Head of Radio Liberty Russian Broadcasts Criticizes Pro-Kremlin Media Handling of Russian Journalist’s Murder | BNN Oct. 14, 2006

Originally published on Blogger News Network (BNN), October 14, 2006 Former Head of Radio Liberty Russian Broadcasts Criticizes Pro-Kremlin Media Handling of Russian Journalist’s Murder By Ted Lipien Wikinews, October 12, 2006 – Mario Corti, former head of Radio Liberty Russian Service, criticized pro-Kremlin media reporting on the murder of independent Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya as an insult to the…

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BNN, RFE, RL, Russia, VOA

Neglect of Media Freedom Issues in Russia Contributed to Murder of Russian Journalist Anna Politkovskaya | BNN Oct. 12, 2006

By Ted Lipien Originally published on Blogger News Network (BNN), October 12, 2006 Neglect of Media Freedom Issues in Russia Contributed to Murder of Russian Journalist Anna Politkovskaya | BNN Oct. 12, 2006 FreeMediaOnline.org Dublin, CA – Mixed signals from Washington have helped President Putin’s crackdown on independent media in Russia and may have contributed to the recent slaying of…

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Blogger News Network, Russia

Former Head of Radio Liberty Russian Broadcasts Criticizes Pro-Kremlin Media Handling of Russian Journalist’s Murder

Published October 12, 2006 on Blogger News Network Former Head of Radio Liberty Russian Broadcasts Criticizes Pro-Kremlin Media Handling of Russian Journalist’s Murder By Ted Lipien Wikinews, October 12, 2006 – Mario Corti, former head of Radio Liberty Russian Service, criticized pro-Kremlin media reporting on the murder of independent Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya as an insult to the victim. In…

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Blogger News Network, International Broadcasting, Russia

Neglect of Media Freedom Issues in Russia Contributed to Murder of Russian Journalist Anna Politkovskaya

Published October 12, 2006 on Blogger News Network Neglect of Media Freedom Issues in Russia Contributed to Murder of Russian Journalist Anna Politkovskaya By Ted Lipien FreeMediaOnline.org Dublin, CA – Mixed signals from Washington have helped President Putin’s crackdown on independent media in Russia and may have contributed to the recent slaying of a prominent investigative Russian journalist Anna Politkovskaya.…

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