Bill Sammon, Fox News' Washington managing editor, sent a memo "at the height of the health care reform debate" to his network's so-called journalists, directing them not to use the phrase "public option."
Dear President Obama, I'll vote for you in 2012, but you're not making it easy to do so. Your administration's communication skills are, to be honest, horrible. And now we're in for two years of gridlock and hell.
Sarah Palin -- who implied that Barack Obama was "palling around with terrorists" -- owes it to our country to use her enormous influence to call for an end to actual terrorism, no matter what its source.
Betsy Burton, who owns a small independent bookstore in Salt Lake City, is frustrated. No one seems to know about the tax credit that has helped her, and the media doesn't seem to be covering it much. This is Betsy's story.
Anti-immigrant rhetoric is ramping up on the public airwaves. That's why AZ Congressman Raul Grijalva (D-AZ) told me he is targeting the media as a significant factor in the escalating war over immigration reform.
I fail to see how anyone can make Breitbart the victim in this situation when he was the one who tried to ruin Sherrod's career and name as part of a vindictive attack on the NAACP, which he has yet to apologize for.
This weekend's Palin and ABC News stories -- lies and layoffs, respectively -- remind us that the sources of our shared facts are all but gone. And who wins as a result? Those who would seek to create lies to further political goals.