Rubbing elbows in your glamorous Georgetown home with elected leaders, bigwigs, celebrities and published authors doesn't make one an elite, damnit!
Mika asks the right question about Breitbart, but then segues into a ten-minute infomercial for the conservative website.
Sure, the face helming the show changes...but will anything else?
Why do we care what Steve Forbes, with a net worth in the hundreds of millions, thinks of the value of raising minimum wage? Why not ask someone trying to live on minimum wage what it means to them?
We've been beating this drum for a long time, but other entities are noticing some suspicious similarities in the talking points on the Sunday shows.
The Beltway framers at CNN really, really want to make sure that their viewership believes that the Obama presidency is a failure.
Candy Crowley isn't interested in the people gaining access to health insurance through ACA. She just really, really wants pundits to question President Obama's competency and leadership.
When media has a choice to report politics over policy, politics wins. Every time.
Did the Village decide that Chris Christie's liabilities don't matter for a presidential candidate?
Newark Star-Ledger: Chris Christie 'Fraudulent,' 'Hostile To Low-Income Families.' Then They Endorse Him
The NJ Star-Ledger editorial board slams Gov. Chris Christie as an overrated fraud and then endorses him.
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