‘We’re all breathing heavily because we’re here, but the public has a longer view’
NBC asks Romney to remove news material from ad, Brokaw says ‘I do not want my role as a journalist compromised for political gain by any campaign.’
Former ‘Nightly News’ anchor: If things stay in ‘current mode,’ GOP nomination up in the air
Gun control laws don’t work.
Let’s all thank Surgeon General Regina Benjamin for demonstrating beyond all doubt last week that “nannyism” is more dangerous than smoking.
California’s Democratic candidate for governor tries to defend his campaign after they used the term to describe Republican Meg Whitman
Boomer or bust - The Atlantic
Self-absorbed, self-indulged, and self-loathing, Baby Boomers can still redeem themselves by saving the American economy from the fiscal mess that they, and their fathers and mothers, are leaving behind
Charlie Rose, like much of the mainstream media, has abandoned the pretense of objectivity.
In my youth it was an insult to say, “Your Mom wears Army boots.” The world has changed. Today that would be a recognition of patriotic duty. Female power has always been pretty blunt
Keith Olbermann is back. Hallelujah! - The Daily Caller
We watch, because we’re paid to
Legendary newsman Tom Brokaw was a big hit at the opening night of the Games in Vancouver when NBC aired his feature on the long relationship between the United States and their neighbors to the north. The moving feature was a huge hit that struck an emotional chord with viewers both in America as well as in Canada. When I reached Brokaw in Vancouver, he was pleasantly surprised by the overwhelming response to his feature.