What an abusive thing to do to Kate Middleton! I could understand raising Diana's ghost around the royal wedding, but to raise the dead like this on the cover of Newsweek?
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Not hours into her presidential campaign, is the visual media having trouble taking Bachmann at face value, or is that the whole point?
What's bothersome about the Anthony Weiner story is that the pictures seem to be serving the media's own interests more than the public's.
Instead of glamorizing Sarah Palin with Cover Girl photos, what if the media published photos of Team Palin as the flimflam they really are?
Why anybody would even bat an eye over yesterday's disclosure of Schwarzenegger's love child is ludicrous.
Hmm, corporate media still not very interested in Fukushima in spite of three compromised reactor cores?
What we're sadly lacking from Fukushima is a bigger and much better picture of what is a still-boiling disaster.
While I won't rip the DoD for propaganda, I will rip it for weak propaganda.
The core of a healthy democracy involves not just speaking the truth and hearing the truth, but also seeing the truth -- as contentious and tenuous as that might be.
After X-ing out three Muslims over the past eight years, today's cover speaks more to targeted assassination -- and racism.
If "Hey Ma, we found the crack!" is supposed to make me feel better, it just makes me more shaky and convinced how way in over our heads we are.
Here's my take-away on this Superbowl ad and corporate media's "critique".
With Lincoln's words about "better angels" near audible, the expectations Obama spoke of are conjured, at once, in this imaginary Christina.
Want to know how the radical right is winning hearts and minds? In part, it's through feel-good news pictures.
For my money, this latest photo previews and ushers a strategic shift in how Palin plans to present herself to the public as 2012 comes into view.
If I find the fantastically clever Sarah Palin to be one of the shallowest political celebrities I've ever seen, it doesn't stop me from taking pause upon seeing these AP shots from the cholera treatment center in Haiti.
Male politicians are typically lampooned for their private parts, but the punchlines always play off something the politician did. This Hillary lampoon, in contrast, targets something she is.
Has Obama's "post-partisan" obsession simply vanished from from some journalists' memory banks?
It turns out Ohio House candidate Rich Iott has been an avid member of a group that acts out the exploits of a particular SS Panzer division.
You know who Christine O'Donnell's riffing off of with this "everyman" shtick? Obama '08.
Goolsbee's White House White Board tax cut presentation represents a major breakthrough for Democratic framing (even if it makes most thinking Democrats cringe). What's it got going for it?
If Mike Allen thinks Woodward's book is a net positive for Obama, the cover surely isn't.
Is Meghan McCain revealing a Grand Old Party's elephantine moral exposure?
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