Washington Post's conservative blogger Jennifer Rubin hates it when facts are used against her, so she unleashes her worst possible insult.
Politico's Joe Concha shows how little facts matter to his reporting.
Howard Kurtz gave Dylan Byers a chance to interview and chastise him in an uncomfortable interview about his firing from The Daily Beast.
Robert Greenwald's new documentary shows the dangers of President Obama's pursuit of 'whistleblowers'.
If you're Al Gore and you own 20 percent of Current TV, and Current TV is sold to Al Jazeera, which is owned by Qatar's royal family, and Qatar's royal family also profits from oil trading, have you sold out the cause of global warming? That's
I admit that I was stunned to see Thomas Mann and Norm Ornstein on the guest list for Reliable Sources this week. Mann and Ornstein's book placed very pointed blame on the media for failing Americans in presenting the truth of the extremism of
Former Washington Post columnist Thomas Ricks joined Howard Kurtz to discuss the apparent media frenzy over the Petraeus/Broadwell affair story. Ricks was very shrill over the way the media has turned on DC's most famous and decorated modern day
Dana Milbank said something very telling, for a change, to Howard Kurtz: MILBANK: Exactly, that's when it should be done. The other thing that I think was going on here -- I was out there in Denver as you were. You know what was up on every
I can always count on Howard Kurtz for finding a way to give me a migraine. Kurtz books former CNN Washington Bureau Chief Frank Senso to talk about his new project via George Washington University, Face the Facts, a non-partisan fact check
Let me stipulate this up front: I don't hate anyone. There are people I dislike. There are people I scorn. There are people I believe have lost the right to ever have a national platform again. But "hate" is a word I reserve for concepts,
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