There has been little in the mainstream media (MSM) about the story. I think because it's one of theirs (CNN) that's in the controversy, plus it's blog-driven. And the MSM is tired of blogs. Or ignorant of them.
But I like the idea that lance at Red State Rant has of contacting your small, local news outlet:
The responses I have been getting are immediate and inquisi tive. If every blogger or every citizen concerned that the truth is not getting out contacts their local newspaper editorial board, or calls in to their local talk radio station then all of a sudden we are being heard. your home base is where you have the most influence. As your radius fans out and you get a little more time with the medium size market writer or smaller radio stations. They love the idea of a national story but most are to busy on something like fire hydrant repair or a new bridge over an old road. So a big story that is simmering peaks their interests.Who knows? Maybe some of the big blogs will pick up on his idea and suggest it. Unlike big media, big blogs don't mind getting info from little blogs.