The host of<em<The O'Reilly Factor talked about President Obama’s focus on income inequality. He cited a Wall Street Journal editorial which said the President is most responsible for the increase in the income gap
Right now, it’s not tomorrow. At the end of our initial post December third,(http://respectinpolitics.org/2013/12/03/why-should-the-media-report-bomb-scares/), we said we’d have part 2 tomorrow, but what’s a
We referred you yesterday to some headlines and articles in this country about the highly respected Nelson Mandela, all about the extraordinary contributions he made before and after he was jailed for 27 years. Below,
The death of the South African leader, one of the most important people in the world’s recent history, is being greeted with sadness, respect, and reverence. It is reflected in newspaper headlines and articles.
Might be a good idea. This sign, which says “Warning” at the top is for fans at NBA games. The print is too small to read here but you can read it at this link to nesn.com:
Martin Bashir left the liberal news and opinion network today, nearly three weeks after making horrific comments trying to demean Sarah Palin. He actually diminished himself. And MSNBC embarrassed itself by
A California congressman who spoke today of using nuclear arms in a war with Iran is being sharply criticized by a member of an arms control group. Duncan Hunter also said on C-SPAN that
They have become so common they’re hardly newsworthy. So should they not be publicized? One argument is that the people directly involved, especially perhaps, if it occurs at a school,
A big question for us, the viewers, will be whether we wind up better off in terms of what the new journalistic programming benefits us. The head of CNN is turning the cable network upside down to try to build the two elements of success, ratings and revenue. In an interview with Capital New York […]
The network consistently critical of President Obama ran a story this evening on its website about his recent pledge that a majority of people would get better coverage at a lower price.
As health industry officials analyze the workings of Obamacare, media people who should be more knowledgeable are going beyond the bounds of appropriate forecasting what’s ahead with the program. Some insurance
Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) spoke in a panel discussion about Obamacare today on ABC’s “This Week.” He said about Pres. Obama’s repeated promises about the Affordable Care Act, “So I think even though he might have said, ‘If you like your