Limbaugh: Remember Neil Munro? He's Still Out There.

US | Al Weaver

‘The press corps just jumped all over Neil Munro, but he’s still out there, still filing stories’

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The Mirror | Betsy Rothstein
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Morning Mirror

The Mirror | Betsy Rothstein
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The Mirror | Betsy Rothstein
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The Mirror | Betsy Rothstein
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Suppress the press: The Obama administration's history of targeting the media

Politics | Jeff Poor and Vince Coglianese
Barack Obama Spokesman

Obama and his allies frequently use presidential power to try to silence critics

Neil Munro hits the streets of D.C. before Inauguration Day

Politics | Neil Munro
DC on the street

Irish-born reporter takes America’s temperature on the National Mall

TheDC's top 2012 stories, part 1: The 'Obama administration off the rails' edition - TheDC

Politics | David Martosko
Munro with bikini babes

A rare Rose Garden moment, and hundreds of thousands of would-be seceders

Neil Munro through the decades [SLIDESHOW] - TheDC

Feature:Slideshow | Holly Bensur
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Neil Munro knows what really is the right thing to do, and that is be cool in every decade since the 1950s. And of course he hasn’t aged a bit

'I love you back!' Obama's favorite interrupters don't ask questions - TheDC

Politics | Zach Gorelick
President seems to enjoy being interrupted when it's the loving adoration of his fans

Mark Levin goes nuclear in defense of TheDC's Neil Munro - TheDC

Politics | Jeff Poor
Obama 'uses these damn fools who pretend to be journalists, and their media outlets'

Whither the 'challenge and question authority' liberals?

Opinion | George Scoville

Why I found Neil Munro’s interruption of Friday’s press conference invigorating.

AP from 1987: 'Why do grown men and women shout at President Reagan?' - TheDC

Politics | Jeff Poor
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Late in Reagan’s second term, Associated Press reporter justifies aggressive behavior from the media in dealing with the president

Dobbs defends TheDC's Munro: 'What's rude is the president not speaking to the American people' - TheDC

Politics | Jeff Poor

‘Neil Munro had the thing pretty well figured out. It was going to be his only opportunity. He took the opportunity’