One of the big journalistic lessons of the Iraq War was that "embedded" reporters who get one side of the story are not well suited to give accurate information to the public.
Would there have been all that money around to pay the huge bonuses this year had the Treasury and the Fed not stepped in with hundreds of billions of dollars?
While Republicans are free to oppose Obama's solutions to the financial mess if they think they have better ideas, merely advocating the old failed policies should not be tolerated.
The stimulus package needs to do more than just jump-start the economy; it needs to make sure that as the 21st century energy world order takes shape, this time, the U.S. is at the forefront.
Sometimes the people the press thinks of as deviant types are closer to the sphere of consensus than the journalists who are classifying those same people as "fringe."
By choosing tactical advantages over the safety of its citizens, the terrorist organization chose its military goals over the safety of its fellow Palestinians in Gaza.
I give David Gregory and the Meet the Press producers credit. They didn't think about being politically correct; I'm guessing they wanted the smartest, best-informed guests, and they all happened to have been women.
Reports on the threat of Santa and the North Pole have been circulating for several years as attention had initially been drawn to vast joy and hope reserves deep in the Arctic Ocean.
Accuracy in Media, it can be argued, was founded in a fit of pique. In his 1984 book Media Mischief and Misdeeds, Reed Irvine stated that AIM's foun...
Embattled Governor Rod Blagojevich is winning new found respect and admiration from this country's media establishment for his call to invade Indiana.
Unless CBS breaks the mold we will not see a woman or person of color lead policy discussions and enjoy access to the nation's power elite on Sunday mornings for at least 25 years.
Thankfully, we don't arrest cigarette smokers who relapse.
We have a very simple rule when it comes to political appointments: if Fred Barnes likes the appointee, then something somewhere is terminally wrong. Who knows, maybe Hillary will be a great Secretary of State.
It's always nice to own part of any failing automotive giant from the last century, if the companies are still not viable three, six or even twelve months from now, what will taxpayers' ownership be worth?
Jonathan Martin's claims about Obama in Politico on Sunday are outrageous lies by a self-serving "reporter" looking to get his story on the front page of Drudge.
TV writers have begun looking at programming schedules and wondering why those leading America increasingly look more representative of the country's diversity than the media informing and entertaining it.