Bill O’Reilly tonight made a couple of significant misstatements. The topic of one discussion on Republican Fox News was the Denver Post hiring a marijuana editor. The host took issue with the decision, saying,
We missed this letter six weeks ago when it was published in The New York Times. It speaks well about the lower quality dialogue that we write about daily. We recommend it. Invitation to a Dialogue: Bring back civility
Some of the Sunday shows went with their normal political guests today. Two exceptions were “Face the Nation” and “Meet the Press.” They devoted their entire hours to Nelson Mandela. Both with guests
We can only hope. But just to minimize the risk, our monitoring has been shut down for the day. See you tomorrow.
Time to recharge and take in a soccer championship game or two. So have a good weekend and we’ll see you next week.
Host Chris Wallace (pictured) made a surprising error in a discussion of Obamacare this morning. Wallace, who we’ve praised as one of the best questioners, interviewed two people who were notified that they were losing their current plans and would
Bill Kristol, editor of the “Weekly Standard,” proclaimed the impending death of the Affordable Care Act. Here’s the way he’s put it: “Obamacare is failing and will fail. And I’m very much looking forward to being on this show with
Jay Carney made a few statements today that caught our attention. They involved the Affordable Care Act. He was asked about reports that only a few people were able to sign up (courtesy of inagist.com):
The amount of sex and violence in the media seems to be growing every day. USA Today wrote a story in its weekend edition questioning why women feel they have to expose their
As she has done many times, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) avoided questions she was asked, today on ABC’s “This Week.” Guest host Martha Raddatz, who we believe is among the best interviewers in the media, wondered
Many of those who will inherit the earth from the current generation are keeping tabs on the inadequacies of government. Some of those concerns are expressed in an opinion written in the The Collegian, the newspaper of Tarrant County College, a community college serving the Ft. Worth, Texas area. Politics turn civility to mediocre sport […]