From: david horowitz
Date: February 26, 2011 11:36:51 AM PST
Subject: Re: correct ad for submission
I am the president of the David Horowitz Freedom Center which has submitted the ad “Palestinian Wall of Lies” to the Daily Spectator, which you have rejected. (The text of the ad is available at www.walloflies.org). As this is a First Amendment issue critical to a free press, and since a slightly modified version of this ad has appeared in the UCLA Daily Bruin (February 25, 2011) please specify which passages of our ad you find inappropriate, political, prejudicial or inflammatory. Please also assure me that you have never run an advertisement critical of Israel or supportive of Palestinian rights or causes. Please also provide me a copy with the Spectator’s definition of “political” for the purposes of this policy.
On Feb 26, 2011, at 11:23 AM, elizabeth wrote:
From: Daniel Smullyan
Date: Sat, 26 Feb 2011 11:22:13 -0800 (PST)
Subject: Re: FW: correct ad for submission
After conferring with the Publisher of the Columbia Daily Spectator, it has been determined that the ad material you submitted is inappropriate for publication in the paper. It has always been our policy not to print expressly political ads or ones that we judge to be prejudicial or inflammatory…
Columbia Daily Spectator
— On Fri, 2/25/11, Elizabeth wrote:
From: Elizabeth Ruiz
Subject: FW: correct ad for submission
To: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Friday, February 25, 2011, 7:17 PM
I am following up on the ad I sent yesterday. I was wondering if you had gotten it and if it will run on March 2nd. It is attached again in case you didn’t get it.
818-849-3470 ext. 202
Sent: Thursday, February 24, 2011 1:19 PM
Subject: correct ad for submission
I had submitted the incorrect ad for in my previous e-mail. Attached is the correct full page ad to run on March 2nd.
818-849-3470 ext. 202
Exclusive material, thank you to the writer. It is actually incomprehensible in my opinion at present, however in common, the usefulness and importance is mind-boggling. With thanks and all the best…
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“”It seems that there is yet another radical professor from the neighborhood who spent a lot of time with Barack Obama going back several years,””
i wonder if she even ever sat in an ivy league university, because I highly doubt it. If she only had the brains, she would have known, that most ivy league professor do worldwide work unlike little state university professors who just only teach.
Kinda like Tony Blair who got a job at Yale or Princeton not sure, as a Professor to teach about God and Politics.
So its like a person taking Blair’s class or just knowing him through daily meetings getting accused by someone else of now being favoring british politics.
Btw Only the world’s elite of the elite smart ones go to the ivy league universities, (the academic scholarship ones). Not the you know daddy is a governor, so let me send my son with his C average to Yale
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