Welsome


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Wel´some


a.1.Prosperous; well.
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Eileen Welsome, a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist who spent years digging into cross-border development issues in El Paso, wrote in a sprawling piece in 2007 that Sanders "builds complex rings of business entities, nested inside each other like Russian dolls, which give him flexibility, as well as protection from legal and financial liability." In the same piece, she quoted Mexican journalist Julian Cardona: "Bill Sanders and the rich people in El Paso are as immoral as the people in Juarez ...
These individuals are joined by countless others, both human and non-human (Brown, 2013; Johnston, 2007; Welsome. 1999).
Ellen Welsome, an investigative journalist, chronicles the Pershing expedition in The General and the Jaguar: Pershing's Hunt for Pancho Villa (Boston: Little, Brown, 2006).
(My little newspaper in Albuquerque spent around $100,000 fighting for access to documents that helped our reporter, Eileen Welsome, win a Pulitzer for disclosing how the government experimented on citizens in the 1940s and 1950s hy injecting them with plutonium.) It became a sacred duty of every newspaper to shine light in dark corners of government.
Bob Welsome of the New York City Police Department.
Everyone loves a variety and selection," says Haley Welsome, owner of Blush Boutique.
By Eileen Welsome. (Lincoln, Neb.: University of Nebraska Press, 2007.
For example, after Pancho Villa's excursion into Columbus, New Mexico, on the evening of March 9, 1916, General John "Black Jack" Pershing launched a military invasion into Mexico (Welsome, 2006).
One former Trib reporter, John Hill, said he was impressed "by how much they let the inmates run the asylum." Another, Pulitzer-winner Eileen Welsome, likened the atmosphere to anarchy.
Eileen Welsome exposes "The Plutonium Experiment," a federal study involving plutonium injections conducted without patient knowledge.
Nuclear Mythology from Electricity "Too Cheap to Meter" to "Inherently Safe" Reactors (New York: The Apex Press, 1999); Eric Pooley, "Nuclear Warriors," Time, March 4, 1996, 47-54; Russell Watson, "America's Nuclear Secrets," Newsweek December 27, 1993, 14-18; Eileen Welsome, The Plutonium Files: America's Secret Medical Experiments in the Cold War, (New York: Dial Press, 1999).
Rose devotes several chapters to investigations by women reporters such as Eileen Welsome, Sherri Ricchiardi, Pat Tummons, Carolyn Tuft and more.