Eugene Robinson and Nicholas Kristof express dismay
The right must win the argument if they’re going to win at all
AP describes power plant as spewing ‘non-scrubbed pollutants’
Europe and America are so different that nothing that succeeds or fails in one should be assumed to work or not work in the other.
New Jersey governor blasts columnist for critiquing his weight and being ignorant of issues surrounding it
Alan Colmes was right
If he runs for president, Chris Christie’s waistline won’t hurt him.
Last month, the Washington Post columnist declared that he would not talk about anything Palin-related for the entire month of February
The pope has brought Catholics and conservative Anglicans together.
Journalists (not this one) try to abstain from what is commonly referred to as “link-bait”
Critics agree: Fair and Balanced - TheDC
TheDC Analysis: Unlike MSNBC’s, Fox’s Election Night coverage was fair and balanced — and watchable
Americans don’t hate journalists for what they write — they hate them for what they don’t write.
The liberal establishment has chosen to take the easy way out: instead of accepting that its policies have failed, it has chosen to blame politics.
Scarborough is stunningly honest about the nature of his network, MSNBC.
We watch, because we’re paid to
He then goes on to profess how Byrd changed as America changed, as if the recent endorsement of Barack Obama is all that was needed to wipe out the late-Senators astonishing record of hostility towards civil rights.
Race-baiting: Olberman, MSNBC caught in trap - The Daily Caller
A simple case of the albino calling the Swede white is getting out of hand. The commotion surrounding Keith Olbermann, MSNBC, Tea Partiers (… oh, and black people, too) has turned from race-baiting to headhunting in a new YouTube video
Olbermann, MSNBC caught in the race-baited trap - NewsBusters
A YouTube video analyzes two weeks in the life of Keith Olbermann and his (nearly all white) guests
Washington: At the risk of being erroneously labeled a “Libertarian” (capital “L”) or even a “libertarian” (small “l”), let’s get this out of the way: Ron Paul, Ron Paul, Ron Paul. Indeed he did officially if not embarrassingly win the recent CPAC presidential preference poll (what “winners” get booed?”). The only thing that could have been worse would have been Sen. John McCain winning: ugh.