Not So Fast on Canonizing Bush's Homeland Security Pick

The Village Voice | December 8, 2004
Bush's appointee as secretary of homeland security, Bernard Kerik, was hailed as a hero after the 9-11 attack. A good deal of his hero image is promoted, if not created, by Rupert Murdoch's New York publishing genius Judith Regan.

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