AT&T bails for DFW; Scott Ritter calls foul on media nuke darling

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Two noteworthy items worth your limited attention span this afternoon:

Express-News loses excuse for treating AT&T with kid gloves!

Telecom implicated in President's warrantless wiretapping program announces it's moving headquarters (700 of 6,000 employees, and all the golf clubs) to DFW ... because they have a bigger airport. (That's right, but in SA you'll never have to land in Denton and drive in to the gate).

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Former UN weapons inspector (and WMD whistleblower) Scott Ritter, profiled in the Current and our sister Times-Shamrock alts last fall, talks about the suspect credentials of media nuke "expert" David Albright of the self-founded Institute for Science and International Security, who's being trotted out to ramp up the attack-Iran-now rhetoric.

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