It's upsetting to think that there's potentially a wide readership for this New Yorker piece by Susan Glasser, or that a person can be shocked the way Glasser is shocked and still hold a job as a political reporter at an extremely high-profile national magazine.
If you've got an hour or so to spare, this deep dive into Sen. “Moscow Mitch” McConnell from investigative reporter Jane Mayer is worth all of it -- because the portrait that emerges is of a power-hungry, principle-free sociopath without a single redeeming quality.
There's a lot of good reporting in that Jane Mayer story about Fox News, but I disagree with the main premise. Fox is what it always was.
When Donald Trump installed former Fox co-president Bill Shine as deputy chief of staff in charge of communications, taxpayers got someone who was literally still on the Fox News payroll at the same time.
The New Yorker's Jane Mayer reveals that Fox reporter Diana Falzone uncovered Trump’s hush money to porn star Stormy Daniels before the 2016 election only to have the story killed by the network.
The New Yorker cover art made me cry.
Penny Nance of "Concerned Women of America" tries to sneak in a verbal sucker punch against "all liberals" before answering a question about Putin, but Ryan Lizza makes it about her rudeness and won't let her proceed. More like this, please.
Two Inauguration Days...
"Hero" is a accolade that's often overused on the anniversary of 9/11. But here's a hero who deserves the title.
And we all know why....
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