Judy Woodruff

Brooks: Coverage Of Civil Rights Act Anniversary A Little Politically And 'LBJ-Heavy'
From this Friday's PBS Newshour, David Brooks weighs in on the 50th anniversary of the 1964 Civil Rights Act and complains that the coverage of the event has been too political.
Brooks: Coverage Of Civil Rights Act Anniversary A Little Politically And 'LBJ-Heavy'
David Brooks expressed concern that the 50th anniversary of the passage of the Civil Rights Act has focused too much on politics and LBJ, instead of a social movement he'd still like to ignore to this day. Read more...
David Brooks: NAFTA Was 'Sort Of A Wash Economically'
This is why the New York Times pays him the big bucks, folks. Read more...
David Brooks Finally Admits That There Is No 'Tea Party'
David Brooks finally admits something we've known for years... that the "tea party" is just the Republican base that's always been with us. Read more...
David Brooks Blames Our Economic Problems On Being 'Middle-Aged'
Someone actually pays David Brooks to spout this nonsense week after week. Read more...

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David Brooks Very 'Concerned' About Income Inequality Affecting Our Public Debate
NYT's columnist David Brooks really doesn't want President Obama talking about income inequality during his upcoming state of the union address. Read more...
David Brooks On Christie: People 'Want A Bully To Go To Washington'
These Republican authoritarians sure do love their bullies. Read more...
Brooks: Redistribution Still Not 'Majority Agenda' Because We Villagers Say So
Bobo pushing the Villagers' favorite narrative that America is a "center-right" country and that it's impossible to help alleviate income disparity by raising taxes on the wealthy. Read more...
Brooks Predicts Dems Fretting Over Mandates May Make Health Care Law 'Go Away'
David Brooks wants PBS viewers to believe that because the Obama administration agreed to change some of the rules on the ACA mandates, now Democrats are going to make the law "go away" by getting rid of them altogether. Read more...
David Brooks Claims Nuclear Option Will Make Senate More Partisan
I hate to break it to David Brooks, but the Senate couldn't get more partisan or polarized than it is already and as his cohort on The PBS Newshour, Mark Shields explained to him this Friday, the Democrats finally getting fed up to invoke the so-called "nuclear option" is a symptom and not the cause of the problem. Read more...