In which I read Dana Milbank and spot an inaccuracy.
As Bundy Ranch militia friends enjoyed a barbeque with live music from Sarah Palin's show band, Dana Milbank reassured viewers not to worry, nothing to see here.
Dana Milbank downplays whether the recent standoff at the Bundy ranch represents a rebirth of the militia movement.
The Washington Post's Dana Milbank apparently thinks President Obama is not allowed to answer questions about sports while the GOP hostage taking continues.
It's good to be a Villager. Once you get inside that Beltway and earn your first invite to the cocktail circuit, you're made in the shade. No ethic violations, no infidelity, no narrowly avoiding criminal prosecution will hurt your social
Dana Milbank is one of the reasons we can't ever have an honest debate. He and his fellow Villagers love to play the "everyone does it false equivalence" game. His latest suggests that while it was wrong for the Family Research Council to blame the
(h/t Heather at VideoCafe) Here's a test for you. I'm going to post two quotes from Howard Kurtz, and you tell me which one refers to Rush Limbaugh: "A lot of broadcasters might have lost their jobs by saying something so stupid, offensive,
Apparently Dylan Ratigan inserting himself into the Occupy Wall Street has got the folks over at TeaNN terribly upset, since Howard Kurtz decided to spend a segment carping about it on his show that claims to report on media bias, Reliable Sources. And apparently Kurtz believes someone who was a former Trent Lott staffer and now an anchor on Glenn Beck's GBTV, Amy Holmes, qualifies as some sort of objective "journalist" to weigh in on Ratigan's advocacy of the #OWS protests.
My goodness! Dana Milbank is acting like a real reporter, actually fact-checking the "truthful" Republican presidential hopeful, Tim Pawlenty: “President Obama unfortunately doesn’t have the courage to look the American people in the eye