I don't know if you're aware, but tonight is Nerd Prom, also known as The White House Correspondents' Dinner. Unfortunately, the date between the White House and those who cover it has become just a little more awkward than usual. If you
News of the day for December 1, 1986 - the blame game and the Press. Reagan blames the press for exposing the Iran-Contra scandal. And the press hasn't been the same since.
I haven't had time to review or reflect much on the WikiLeak's disclosure of 92,000 classified documents to the NY Times, the London Guardian ne
WashPo Blogger Dave Weigel Gets Booted For Saying Mean Things About Drudge. Old Media = Last Year's Pradas!
I don't normally get involved in media inside baseball, because 1) it's even more boring to readers than it is to me and 2) "old" media is so last
One of these days, I'll get the chance to confront Fred Hiatt and ask him why he insists on misusing the Washington Post to continue his attacks aga
The Frost/Nixon book by James Reston, Jr. gets a makeover. When it turned out that Nixon -- "the man who committed the greatest felony in American
Taibbi responds to the recent David Brooks column that's clearly aimed in his direction, and pretty much eviscerates him. Fine with me, since I can'
I've been writing for years that the core Republican value boils down to this: cheap, disposable labor. They want the workforce battered to the poi
[media id=10559] (h/t David at VideoCafe) Amazing, how concerned bobbleheads become about the deficit right after the Republican administration that
It's a little weird to be posting a video that features me as a guest on Washington Journal (not the least of which is that it feels really creepy t
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