The "juicy part" of the book was the story of Edwards' controversial firing from Morning Edition. Although Bob does not dig up a lot of dirty laundry on people in the book, he does tell his story completely and fully.
Broder was incapable of purple prose or of leaving political fingerprints on his copy. But he knew he wasn't perfect. In his last column of each year, he used to list everything he got wrong that year. Who else in Washington admits mistakes?
Now, after several years of competition between XM and Sirius, there will be one satellite radio company -- a monopoly created by the federal government. And you don't need me to tell you how strange that is.