Jeff Gannon

American journalist Jeff Gannon

James Dale Guckert is a conservative columnist better known by the pseudonym Jeff Gannon. Between 2003 and 2005, he was given credentials as a White House reporter. He was eventually employed by the conservative website Talon News during the latter part of this period. Gannon first gained national attention during a presidential press conference on January 26, 2005, when he asked United States President George W.
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22 May 1957

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PHOTO: All-NJ Elite AAU Basketball 12U Team Wins Cardinals Classic Tourney
Clark-Garwood Patch - almost 6 years
Congratulations to the All NJ Elite AAU Basketball 12U Team on their undefeated victory in the Cardinals Classic Spring Break Tournament on April 14-15. The All NJ Elite team, one of several in the All NJ Elite Family based out of Clark, kicked off their season with this challenging, exciting, and successful accomplishment.  Pictured top row: Head Coach and Clark Mayor Sal Bonaccorso, Coach Jeff Gannon, Coach Mike Lynes. Second row: Shelby Lynes, Sabrina Parin, Kellie Bonaccorso, Janelle Pyar, Jessica Gannon, Kelsey Moum. Front row: Mackenzie Purcell, Jenna Iorio, Kristina Palella, Mia Lancealotti.
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Man Drives 3 Hours in the Rain to See 'Suing the Devil' Movie - Christian News Wire (press release)
Google News - over 6 years
On Satan's legal team are 10 of the country's best trial lawyers (Dennis Cole, Jeff Gannon, Annie Lee). The entire world watches Legal TV (Corbin Bernsen, Tom Sizemore, Rebecca St. James) to see who will win the Trial of the Century
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'Suing The Devil' is #2 Indie Film at Box Office - Faith-Based Movie Seeks to ... - Christian News Wire (press release)
Google News - over 6 years
On Satan's legal team are 10 of the country's best trial lawyers (Dennis Cole, Jeff Gannon, Annie Lee). The entire world watches Legal TV (Corbin Bernsen, Tom Sizemore, Rebecca St. James) to see who will win the Trial of the Century
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'Suing the Devil' makes WIRED Magazine's 'Top Summer Movies That Will Rock ... - PR Web (press release)
Google News - over 6 years
On Satan's legal team are 10 of the country's best trial lawyers (Dennis Cole, Jeff Gannon, Annie Lee). The entire world watches Legal TV (Corbin Bernsen, Tom Sizemore, Rebecca St. James) to see who will win the Trial of the Century
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Karl Rove: kingmaker sans candidate - The Guardian
Google News - over 6 years
But there was a talk of a financial scandal dating to Thune's first run for the Senate, and stories were resurfacing about the political support he'd received in 2005 from Jeff Gannon, a conservative blogger reportedly associated with gay escort
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Report: Weiner 'sexting' - Politico (blog)
Google News - over 6 years
Jeff Gannon (R) aka James Dale Guckert, aka "Bulldog": Admitted to White House press conferences as a journalist without proper vetting, and was allowed to ask such sympathetic questions that The Daily Show referred to him as "Chip Rightwingenstein of
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أشهر الفضائح الجنسية للسياسيين الأمريكيين بالصور ! - iraq 4 all news
Google News - over 6 years
-فضيحة جيف غانون Jeff Gannon : صحفي مُحافظ ضمن المقبولين للحضور في مؤتمرات البيت الابيض, بينها حضوره في أربعة مؤتمرات للرئيس الامريكي الأسبق جورج بوش الابن, أعترفَ بانه كان مثلي الجنس بمبلغ 200 دولار يومياً, أضافة لتورطه في خدمة المواقع الالكترونية
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Truthiness 101: From Frey to Alito
NYTimes - about 12 years
IF James Frey hadn't made up his own life, Tom Wolfe would have had to invent it for him. The fraudulent memoirist is to the early 21st century what Mr. Wolfe's radical-chic revelers were to the late 1960's and his Wall Street ''masters of the universe'' were to the go-go 1980's: a perfect embodiment of the most fashionable American excess of an
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WORTH NOTING; Ah, Raising the Level Of Political Discourse
NYTimes - over 12 years
Speaking of Mr. Lautenberg, it took a while for him to settle into his role as the junior senator for New Jersey. But he has apparently, um, found his stride. Of course, ever since he returned to Washington in 2003, Mr. Lautenberg has been ruffling feathers, firing off outraged letters about Jeff Gannon, a fake reporter for a fake news organization
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The Armstrong Williams NewsHour
NYTimes - over 12 years
HERE'S the difference between this year's battle over public broadcasting and the one that blew up in Newt Gingrich's face a decade ago: this one isn't really about the survival of public broadcasting. So don't be distracted by any premature obituaries for Big Bird. Far from being an endangered species, he's the ornithological equivalent of a red
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It's All Newsweek's Fault
NYTimes - almost 13 years
IN the immediate aftermath of 9/11, Fareed Zakaria wrote a 6,791-word cover story for Newsweek titled ''Why Do They Hate Us?'' Think how much effort he could have saved if he'd waited a few years. As we learned last week, the question of why they hate us can now be answered in just one word: Newsweek. ''Our United States military personnel go out
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Laura Bush's Mission Accomplished
NYTimes - almost 13 years
AS we commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Drudge Report and the second anniversary of the Jayson Blair scandal, American journalists are in a race with the runaway bride for public enemy No.1. Newspaper circulation is on the skids, the big three network anchor thrones are as precarious as King Lear's, bloggers are on the rampage, and the
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Questions for Jeff Gannon
NYTimes - almost 13 years
What is most disturbing about James Guckert, a k a Jeff Gannon (who gained access to White House press briefings), isn't that he was given clearance when experienced reporters were not (Deborah Solomon, March 20). It is the way he so easily rebutted his checkered past by blaming those unnamed ''people on the left'' who drive good people from public
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THE WAY WE LIVE NOW: 3-20-05: QUESTIONS FOR JEFF GANNON; Blogged Down
NYTimes - almost 13 years
Q: Should I call you Jim Guckert or Jeff Gannon? My Amex card still comes in the name of James Guckert, but I want to be called Jeff Gannon. That is who I am. Or rather it is the pseudonym under which you gained access to White House press briefings for two years, until your identity was revealed. Why do you think they let you in? I don't know the
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MEDIA; White House Approves Pass For Blogger
NYTimes - almost 13 years
Another signal moment for bloggers is to occur at 9 a.m. today, when Garrett M. Graff, who writes a blog about the news media in Washington, is to be ushered into the White House briefing room to attend the daily press briefing. Mr. Graff, 23, may be the first blogger in the short history of the medium to be granted a daily White House pass for the
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Gonzo Gone, Rather Going, Watergate Still Here
NYTimes - almost 13 years
TWO weeks ago Hunter S. Thompson committed suicide. This week Dan Rather commits ritual suicide, leaving the anchor chair at CBS prematurely as penance for his toxic National Guard story. The two journalists shared little but an abiding distaste -- make that hatred in Thompson's case -- for the Great Satan of 20th-century American politics, Richard
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National Briefing | Southwest: Texas: Embattled Web Site Shuts Down
NYTimes - almost 13 years
A Web site whose conservative connections touched off a White House media controversy has shut down ''to re-evaluate operations,'' according to a message posted on the site. A spokeswoman for the Web site, Talon News, said it had closed because its founder, Bobby Eberle of Pearland, ''can only take so much beating'' over the page's political slant,
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The White House Stages Its 'Daily Show'
NYTimes - almost 13 years
THE prayers of those hoping that real television news might take its cues from Jon Stewart were finally answered on Feb. 9, 2005. A real newsman borrowed a technique from fake news to deliver real news about fake news in prime time. Let me explain. On ''Countdown,'' a nightly news hour on MSNBC, the anchor, Keith Olbermann, led off with a classic
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Timeline
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    FORTIES
  • 2007
    Age 49
    In a 2007 interview, he stated that he has never spent the night at the White House.
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    He published a book titled The Great Media War in 2007.
  • 2005
    Age 47
    Chairman Jim Sensenbrenner said that a letter from the Secret Service dated March 7, 2005, stated, "Please be advised that our Office of Protective Operations has looked into this matter and has determined that there was no deviation from Secret Service standards and procedures as your letter suggests."
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    Crain defended his decision in a September 2005 editorial, writing that the "steady stream of feedback/vitriol" had declined "a little" with each new Gannon article. Crain resigned as editor in 2006, retaining ownership in the paper's parent company.
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    In July 2005, Gannon began writing for the DC-area gay publication Washington Blade.
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    In a February 2005 interview, Gannon told CNN's Wolf Blitzer that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) had spoken to him in an effort to learn who had leaked the classified memo and to whom, but that he had not been asked to appear before the grand jury investigating the case.
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    Gannon resigned from Talon News on February 8, 2005.
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    On February 8, 2005, Gannon resigned from Talon News and shut down his website, Jeffgannon.com.
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    After the January 26, 2005, press conference, scrutiny into his personal and professional background by news organizations and blogs began.
    The controversy over Gannon's background started after President George W. Bush's January 26, 2005, press conference, at which Gannon asked the president the following question:
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    Gannon first gained national attention during a presidential press conference on January 26, 2005, when he asked United States President George W. Bush a question that some in the press corps considered "so friendly it might have been planted" ("How are you going to work with Democratic leaders who seem to have divorced themselves from reality?").
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  • 2004
    Age 46
    During the 2004 election, he wrote that John Kerry "might someday be known as 'the first gay president'" and that Kerry had supported "the pro-gay agenda."
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    He applied for a Congressional press pass in April 2004 but was denied one by the Standing Committee of Correspondents, a group of congressional reporters who oversee press credential distribution on Capitol Hill, on the grounds that Talon did not qualify as a legitimate independent news service.
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  • 2003
    Age 45
    Gannon first attended a White House press conference on February 28, 2003, and there asked a question of then White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer.
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    Between 2003 and 2005, he was given credentials as a White House reporter.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1957
    Born
    Born on May 22, 1957.
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