The whole Olbermann flap over political contributions misses the point of the unholy alliance of money, the media and the punditocracy.
In the aftermath of Tuesday's election, the media has made it appear that all is lost -- the Tea Party is in control, because this narrative keeps us glued to our seats either with delight or fury. Now, the facts.
When the trial resume, the Fort Hood attacker's defense team may very well invoke the insanity defense on behalf of their client. Let's hope no one on the jury buys it.
You'll be drunk before 8:03 ET if we make this too easy, so we're trying for some next-level stuff&nonsense.
There's still time to stop the madness and give the leaders we elected the proper time frame to accomplish what needs to be done.
Arianna appeared on "Anderson Cooper 360" Wednesday night to discuss the rash of political candidates -- Democrats as well as tea party favorites -- w...
Reality and tabloid television are a social virus that has infected the American body politic. In the 1980s, "I'm with Stupid" was a put-down. In 20...
No wonder the conventional wisdom in Washington holds, without evidence, that the United States is a "center-right" country. Those making that argument might not be real, informed commentators -- but they play them on TV.
How can AT&T's leadership condone inefficient and ultimately uncaring processes within the same company that cause its customers such tumult?
Christopher Hitchens has always encouraged his audiences to think, which is the ultimate accomplishment of any writer. I wish him a swift recovery.
Would a newspaper and website like The Jewish Daily Forward hire a Catholic editor? Would The Advocate engage a straight person as executive director...
A 24-hour news channel, you see, is a good thing. Live news, more often than not, just blows.
The question of media access on the Gulf Coast has become a very confusing sequence of orders issued, retracted, clarified, and contradicted.
Did my July 3 post inadvertently provide a bully pulpit for BP and Coast Guard propaganda? As it turns out, there is plenty of room for concern regarding this apparent marriage of public relations and a government agency.
I am not a fan of BP, and the oil company deserves the heap of criticism tossed its way, but I believe the media has once again behaved outrageously.
There is a deep distrust of anything British Petroleum has to say here in south Louisiana, and the President's claim that 90 percent of the flow will be stopped by the middle of July is being roundly criticized. If the number came from BP, there is good reason to be incredulous.