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VIDEO — Miguel Cotto Knocks Out Yuri Foreman In The 9th Round To Become WBA Junior Middleweight Champion Of The World

The Puerto Rican slugger is back, and he has just claimed his fourth world championship belt:

Yuri Foreman falls to 28-1 with the defeat. Miguel Cotto improves to 35-2 with his win.

The AP has an article on the contest.

Cotto’s victory sets up a potential rematch with pound-for-pound boxing champion Manny Pacquiao.

Pacquiao defeated Cotto via technical knockout in November of 2009.

Is Contra Costa Times Political Editor Lisa Vorderbrueggen Biased?

Note: We will make a very detailed post with background, links and citations, so please bookmark this article and check back soon.

In the meantime, here are our video responses to Lisa Vorderbrueggen’s Sunday, December 20, 2009 article. Her front-page piece named Conservative New Media and CNM founder John D. Villarreal:

Part 1


Part 2


Part 3


Part 4


Part 5


Part 6


Part 7


Part 8


Part 9


Part 10


Part 11 – Final




On Sunday, Dec 20, 2009, the Contra Costa Times (CCT) print edition ran a lengthy front-page-of-the-second-section story which we feel unfairly smeared Conservative New Media (CNM) and its founder, John D. Villarreal. That story was written by CCT political editor Lisa Vorderbrueggen.

CNM had anticipated how Ms Vorderbrueggen would portray us in her piece. We actually had scooped the CCT editor on what we figured was to be her originally-planned story with a series of videos we posted on Tuesday, December 15, 2009.

The video series discussed Robert Beadles‘ affinity for controversial talk radio host Alex Jones. Mr. Beadles, a Republican, is running as a candidate for the United States House of Representatives. He is one of several potential challengers to Democrat Congressman Jerry McNerney in the pending 2010 election for the 11th district of California.

That 5-part video series can be viewed here. If you are short on time, we recommend parts 4 & 5 for a synopsis of the series:

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5

As we detail in this series of videos, we believe that our advanced derailing of the preferred narrative for her Dec 20 story irked Ms. Vorderbrueggen. Her apparent displeasure, we feel, was borne out in what she ended up writing about CNM in her piece.

Our new, 11-part video series critically examines Ms. Vorderbrueggen present article. It also discusses Ms. Vorderbrueggen’s background as a reporter, as well as some controversies and criticisms which have dogged her over the course of her political reporting career.

The following are links which we either allude to in the new video series or else ones which will provide further information on Ms. Vorderbrueggen and additional background on the present situation between her and CNM.

* The title for the print version of Lisa Vorderbrueggen’s Dec. 20, 2009 page A-19 (front page of the ‘East Bay & Bay Area’ section of the Contra Costa Times) article was “Anonymous Blog Sniper Comes Clean.” This is the article in which Ms. Vorderbrueggen mentions CNM and John D. Villarreal.

The online version of Ms. Vorderbrueggen’s piece is now available. The title has been changed to “Blog sniper turns out to be CD11 campaign consultant.” It can be viewed here:

* Purportedly objective CCT political editor and reporter Lisa Vorderbrueggen is a “fan” of candidate Robert Beadles on Beadles’ Facebook page:

* Lisa Vorderbrueggen called out for allegedly being biased towards Democrats, and specifically towards certain Democrats over others in the recent California CD-10 race to replace Congresswoman Ellen Taucher:

* Lisa Vorderbrueggen’s colleague was taken to task by, of all sources, MSNBC for giving money to the Democratic National Committee. MSNBC didn’t see anything wrong with the donation and, according to the quote, apparently there is no policy against such partisan donation-giving at Vorderbrueggen’s employer, the Contra Costa Times:

* It appears that even the CC Times’ readers perceive the publication as biased. On the paper’s own site, this comment thread of Times perusers upbraids the periodical for its stilted coverage:

In fact, at least one reader felt so strongly about what he or she believes are the Times’ partisan leanings that there is now an entire blog devoted to monitoring and answering the supposed liberal bias found in the Contra Costa Times. Of course, this is a group of anonymous blogger(s) that Lisa Vorderbrueggen can’t assail by name and who are trying to act as watchdog(s)/whistle-blower(s). This may account for some of her apparent dislike of anonymous bloggers:

* “Lisa Vorderbrueggen to address Coco Taxpayers luncheon, Nov 30″ (2007)

Was Ms. Vorderbrueggen paid to address the Contra Costa County Taxpayers Association? If so, by whom? Was the event partisan? If Ms. Vorderbrueggen was paid for her appearance, how might this have affected her remarks?

* Why did none of the following, or similar, information appear in Vorderbrueggen’s article about Conservative New Media? These pieces show that the practice criticized by Lisa Vorderbrueggen — being surreptitiously paid or volunteering to provide a particular point of view on the internet, anonymously or otherwise — is widespread on the political left and, indeed, on the largest blog (Daily Kos, a far-left site) in the political space. In fact, Lisa never mentions anyone on the left engaging this practice, which gives the wholly false impression that this phenomenon is confined to the right. Ha ha, the left invented it! Truth be told, the left practically owns the internet and new media, which is why we founded CNM.

“Blogging for Dollars” — Daily Kos founder Markos Moulitsas Zuniga paid by Howard Dean campaign in order to induce Zuniga to write and say favorable things about Howard Dean

“Jane Hamsher: Friend or Foe” — Bloggers “slinkerwink” and “nyceve” paid by liberal Firedoglake site to post on Daily Kos

“Confessions of an Obama Paid Blogger” — …

(article about ‘turfers; and get an article about volunteer turfers)

Use Patterico’s form letter on OFA for volunteer turfers stuff

Use Ellie Light stuff for turfers, at highest levels of Dem govt


Further, as…(and GOP C wasnt paid to do this; what he said was true)


LV interviewed after St. Marys Debate (8.11.09)

(misidentifies guy; calls Lt Gov [who won] “Mr. Geramandi,” not Lt Gov.; DeSaulnier glowing intro. 2 instances of apparent bias)


Newspaper Death Watch

CC Times circulation down 3.3%

Job cuts & furloughs for CC Times

CC Time’s owner in financial trouble

[To be continued soon...]


Add all new stuff about “Ellie Light,” etc.

Manny Pacquiao Defeats Miguel Cotto Via 12th-Round TKO!

  • November 14, 2009
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Miguel Cotto had an excellent first round in his long-anticipated match-up with Filipino superstar Manny Pacquiao.

Unfortunately for the Puerto Rican great, the first round was about as good as it would get for him on this Saturday night.

A sellout crowd of 16,200 at the MGM Grand hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada watched Pacquiao, or “Pac-Man” as he is colloquially known, take Miguel Cotto apart with his speed and power.

Cotto was sent to the canvas in both the third and fourth rounds, and he was forced to try to merely survive in the latter part of the fight. In that endeavor, the former welterweight champion succeeded until the 12th and final round.

Pacquiao also displayed excellent punch resistance in the bout. Cotto, a precise boxer with superb timing, landed on Pacquiao repeatedly, but the smaller man was never seriously hurt or even seemingly bothered by Cotto’s blows.

By winning Cotto’s WBO World Welterweight Championship belt, Pacquiao has become the first man in boxing history to claim titles in seven different weight divisions.

The fight was anticipated as boxing’s Fight of the Year for 2009, and it did not disappoint in build-up or in execution. Before the main event, a long video was played to hail boxing’s long history of dramatic fights and storied rivalries. This package was intended to give the sport a boost with its fans as it competes for the same pay-per-view dollars as the rising mixed martial arts world.

Jim Lampley, one of the fight announcers, said that pay-per-view sales for the bout are expected to be quite good. HBO ran several weeks of its award-winning 24/7 series to serve as an extended promotion leading up to the match.

At the time of the stoppage, CNM had the fight scored 108-99 for the winner, Manny Pacquiao.

Paul F. Villarreal