Rush Limbaugh suggested that journalists, who he referred to as "dangerous," undergo background checks and a formal registration process similar to th...
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Political journalism is often imaginative, but a Newsweek article about tax cuts by a former aide to George W. Bush verges on delusion.
It's been distressing to watch the emergence of the media's permanent -- preferred -- state of trivial pursuit.
Beltway reporters have tossed aside the blanket of calm that had descended on them during the previous administration, a blanket of calm that defined their Bush coverage.
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