Thursday, July 1, 2010

A Who's Who On The JournoList. . .

. . . So far (Via Dan Riehl).

One hundred thousand dollars is a lot of money ready for the taking by one of 400 members of the JournoList. I have no clue if anyone will sell out or contact some of the others on the list and hold the the contents over them for a job. There does seem to be a bit of nervous laughter and sweaty brows coming from some of those who were on that list.

The devils we do know:

Spencer Ackerman, Wired and his own blog.
Mike Allen, Politico.
Eric Alterman, The Nation.
Jonathan Chait.
Isaac Chotiner.
Michael Cohen.
Brad DeLong.
Kevin Drum, not yet confirmed but all signs point to yes.
Matt Duss.
Eve Fairbanks, New Republic associate editor.
Christopher Hayes, The Nation.
John Judis, a senior editor at The New Republic.
Ed Kilgore, The Democratic Strategist.
Ezra Klien, the self-proclaimed founder of the list.
Joe Klein, Time magazine.
Paul Krugman, Death Panel advocate.
Lisa Lerer, Politico.
Josh Marshall, Talking Points Memo.
Rick Perlstein.
Katha Pollitt.
Alyssa Rosenberg.
Alex Rossmiller.
Noam Scheiber.
Jesse Singal.
Ben Smith, of the Politico. Made a counter offer to Andrew Breitbart.
Jeffrey Toobin, The New Yorker.
David Weigel, his leaked emails made the rounds a few days ago.
Matthew Yglesias.

I'm going to venture out there and add one more. Andrew Sullivan, resident OBGYN of The Atlantic. I think he's protesting too much here (safe link to Big Journalism). Or he has finally gone over the edge in his crazy train.

I haven't seen all of the names in one place yet, only here or there on this blog or that report. Credit for all the names go to Mickey Kaus, Tom Magire and Michael Calderone. Not to mention Iowahawk. Who is looking to snag that reward.

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