Miller's a Quitter
The crack reporter first crossed this Panda's radar with her prewar "scoops" on Iraqi WMD, which turned out to be... um, let's say less than adequately sourced.
More recently, Miller spent three months in jail to protect Scooter Libby, and we had to endure loads of platitudes about what a noble free-speech "martyr" she was... and then, of course, she spilled the beans.
Now Judy has "chosen to resign" from The New York Times because she has "become the news." And Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. had this to say: "We are grateful to Judy for her significant personal sacrifice to defend an important journalistic principle."
Uh huh. That would be the principle that reporters shouldn't have to testify in felony investigations if their testimony will reflect poorly on their buddies in the government? How noble.
Hey, Art: An actual hero of press freedoms winds up in jail for pissing off powerful people, not getting cozy with them.
— Red Panda, Aspen Turner, Light Reading