Sunday, December 21, 2008

Boston Globe: Obama speechwriter Jon Favreau - EASY POST & PROWL

[Speeches Favreau helped write] included Obama's pivotal address to the Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner in Iowa.... : This party, the party of Jefferson and Jackson, of Roosevelt and Kennedy, has always made the biggest difference in the lives of American people, when we led, not by polls, but by principle; not by calculation, but by conviction. Also, his acceptance speech at the Democratic convention in Denver, and his election-night victory address in Chicago: If there is anyone out there. .
[ Some good info here as well as puff. - tdo ]

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Thanks to the Puma who has compiled a good Prowl on this; I'll add it as a Reply to this message.


Anonymous said...


There is a one-page spread in today's Boston Globe Magazine that 'honors' Jon Favreau as one of 6 "Bostonians of the Year:

Link for public comments (from previous alert)

Boston Globe Magazine contacts. They are the reporters and editors for this piece:
Charles P. Pierce is the reporter who wrote the article on Favreau.
(617) 929-2724

Doug Most, Editor of the Globe magazine
(617) 929-3454

Susanne Althoff, Senior Assistant Editor
(617) 929-1543

Anne Nelson, Assistant Editor
(617) 929-2776

Boston Globe Magazine and to the Boston Globe newspaper Letters to the Editor (which publishes the Boston Globe Magazine every Sunday):
Boston Globe Magazine, Letter to the Editor

The Boston Globe Magazine/Letters
PO Box 55819
Boston, MA 02205-5819

The Boston Globe newspaper, Letter to the Editor
Ellen Goodman, a Boston Globe Columnist who may understand the issue and write a good editorial

Copy your letter or email to your Senators and Representatives. Ask them to take up the issue of sexism in the media and to ask Obama to fire Favreau. You can find your elected officials' contact information here:

Talk with your press contacts. Write a letter to the editor of your own newspaper. Write editorials and commentary. Involve your friends and colleagues. Here's a great list of media contacts from Alagre's Corner:

Anonymous said...

Thanks, 1950 democrat, for posting this!