Ambassador Taylor's spoke, and Twitter heard Walter Cronkite, the CBS News anchor so many of us remember from our childhood. (open thread)
Another "fair and balanced" discussion on Faux "news" perpetuating the myth of the "liberal media."
Politics Past - assessing the Goldwater Nomination at the 1964 Republican Convention. Commentary after the final vote tally calls it for Barry Goldwater. July 16, 1964
Newstalgia Reference Room - Walter Cronkite assesses Foreign Policy at the Carter White House in this commentary for CBS Radio on February 20, 1979.
On this day in 1973, Walter Cronkite announces the death of LBJ. Note the landline phone, analog watch, pencil and paper, and apparent lack of teleprompter. How times have changed. Open thread below....
Keith Olbermann's Special Comment responding to Ted Koppel's "Death of Real News" op-ed.
This post is a reprise of last year's remembrance, except that there's a lot more going on for the 40th. Michael Moore has a day-long livecast, you ca
(Gen. Zia - Tea and Kleenex - there's a message here) When this interview was conducted on May 18, 1980, Afghanistan was under Soviet occupation a
Since Walter Cronkite's passing, new focus has been put on the decline of legitimate news sources in America. The big three networks have fallen the
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