Commentary, July 13, 2001 — Space Ship Sails, AP’s ESP, Weakened Water, Sylvia Still Silent, Dilution Delusion, Calling Cleo, Chasing Chandra, Screening Scribbling, and More Matches…. Now witness the remarkable — though imperfect — precognitive powers of the Associated Press News Service: more than six hours before VP Dick Cheney actually arrived at the White House on his first day back at work following his recent medical procedure, AP ran an Internet story that detailed his morning activities, in the past tense. This might be an indication of how the White House — with the co-operation of the media — can conjure up news. Cheney’s spokesperson Juleanna Glover Weiss was quoted as having said of his return, at 1:20 a.m. the night before, “It’s a typical day.”
Media collusion at it’s finest.