The Times writer who profiled Limbaugh is pretty much a Dittohead, a Limbaugh devotee. So of course there was no reason to fear a "hit job." The whole...
Please NBC, let Brokaw resume his status as elder statesmen and reminder to us all of a generation of newsmen who seemed to think that they were better and smarter than their viewers.
Every four years there's some guy trying to get at us in the steamy back seat of his gas-guzzling muscle car. I say we keep our skirts down. You know the drill: Just say no.
The most visible absence created by Russert's death -- the empty moderator's chair at Meet the Press -- may be an easier void to fill than Russert's behind-the-scenes expertise as DC bureau chief.
Hillary Clinton was still the "inevitable" nominee at one point and had decided not to appear on the Sunday programs. But, the pressure mounted, and then, one Sunday, she appeared on all of them.
Anyone who read the newspapers with an ounce of common sense knew that the case for WMD was a sham. It's time for NBC and other major networks to come clean.
Brokaw's self-defense reveals "journalists'" mental and spiritual laziness, knee-jerk reflexes towards submission, and a lack of any ability to learn from history.
As we are reminded again this week: you don't get in trouble in D.C. for lying, covering up and stonewalling, but you catch hell for telling the truth-- even if it's the least-surprising truth ever.
Scott McClellan's new confessional that's pointed the finger at Bush administration figures in the Valerie Plame scandal reminds me of something my hu...
By so obviously snubbing Huffington, NBC looked petty. By stubbornly refusing to acknowledge its role in the Pentagon propaganda program, NBC looked weak.Behold your liberal media at work.
The near-complete blackout on the Pentagon propaganda story, self-imposed by the culpable news organizations, is a despicable abdication of their role as a constitutionally protected check on our government. Read More Probing a Political Paradox: Why the Discredited Right Still Sets the Agenda and Dominates the Debate How is it that the 28 percent of the population that continues to support George W. Bush no matter how many bodies pile up in Iraq, how many jobs disappear overseas, or how high gas prices get, continues to dominate our politics? Read More Watch Arianna On: Good Morning America, 20/20, Charlie Rose, Real Time, The Situation Room, AC 360, CNN's Election Center, and MobLogic TV
The mainstream media shows its stupidity by treating Hillary's attempt to redefine the reality of the election results like it's a real story.
It was a classic gaffe that, if caught, would have turned last Tuesday's debate and maybe would have pushed Obama into a downward spiral from which he...
Either Obama or Clinton would be far better than Bomb Bomb McCain and his party of snaggle-toothed dinosaurs. But when substance is similar, style matters.