It’s not an overstatement to say that rancor and insults have become all too common in the worlds of politics and media. The dilemma is how to make things better. Jeff Wilson of The Southern Illinoisan frames
CNN’s “State of the Union” took up the latest charge of wrongdoing by the administration of New Jersey Governor Chris Christie this morning. Host Candy Crowley interviewed the mayor of Hoboken, New Jersey, who
Much has been said about terrorist threats to the Olympics, which begin February 5h in Sochi, Russia. A new threat was reported just this morning: http://abcnews.go.com/Blotter/terror-surprise-sochi-olympics-purported-suicide-bombers-threat/t/story?id=21589469&ref=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com%2F
As you might expect, the scandal over the closing of lanes on the George Washington Bridge between New York and New Jersey was a big topic on the Sunday talk shows. Most
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There were a few of them as some still seems to believe they can speak without solid facts _____ On Fox News Sunday former Governor Mike Huckabee generalized about the premium bill for the Affordable Care Act, “Thousands of dollars more expensive for most families.”
Piers Morgan didn’t host his program tonight but CNN Crossfire co-host S. E. Cupp filled in and interviewed Glenn Beck for the entire hour. Beck is a self-described libertarian who has a number of bizarre views.
Catching up with what were missed this week. Opinion writer for the New York Post, Michael Goodwin, must believe he has special powers. On a couple of levels, Goodwin tried to get into the head of President Obama.
Those behind the scenes in the media don’t get enough credit. The anchors of talk or interview programs are the ones out front and they deserve a lot of credit. But it takes many people to put together a
Bill O’Reilly tonight made a couple of significant misstatements. The topic of one discussion on the Republican Fox News program was the Denver Post hiring a marijuana editor. The host took issue with the decision, saying,