Single Parent/Single Mom monthly scholarship drawings of up to $10,000
Stephanie Saul of the N.Y. Times is a frequent visitor to the NAAS.ORG website. On July 29th, 2011, she formally completed NAAS EAS/N2 Form GEC 001, and requested an NAAS official speak with her.
As many of you are well aware, the N.Y. Times has a reprehensible history. Reporters for the N.Y. Times generally lack sufficient ethics, integrity, and few journalists from the N.Y. Times display a respect for journalistic ethics.
Without even entertaining a word of her request, we are well aware that N.Y. Times has been embroiled in numerous lawsuits before, and that the N.Y. Times allows private citizens to dictate its course of journalism.
Therefore, the message below was delivered to Stephanie Saul:
Thank you for your inquiry. However, we have noticed that your completed NAAS EAS/N2 Form GEC 001 form indicated that you have not read our NAAS FAQ section, and that have apparently not even attempted to do so. Please ensure that you have read our NAAS FAQ section prior to submitting additional inquiries, and that you have thoroughly reviewed all applicable NAAS EAS/N2 Rules.
Media inquiries must be requested by completing NAAS EAS/N2 Form GEC 002.
In addition, our records indicate that the N.Y. Times does not meet our standards of ethics, integrity, credibility, or respectability. This evaluation is based upon stories we have read that have originated from the N.Y. Times, as well as the low employment standards used by the N.Y. Times in employing reporters.
Therefore, we respectfully decline your requests for any contacts with this organization. However, we will continue to review your personal credentials periodically, from time to time, as well as the credentials and qualifications
of your employer.