Who watches Sunday morning talk shows anymore?
Glenn Reynolds has an interesting piece out today in the Columbia Law Review.
Does David Gregory consider Glenn Greenwald to be a reporter deserving of protection, or “just a blogger” who may be a potential criminal?
The NRA is calling President Obama an “elitist hypocrite” for opposing armed guards in schools while sending his own girls to school with armed guards.
David Gregory committed a technical violation of DC’s gun law to make a point on a national news show. Conservative gun control opponents are angry.
Did NBC’s David Gregory violate D.C. law on Sunday?
Forbes media critic Jeff Bercovici is a bit late spotting a trend.
Herman Cain’s comments about abortion could pose a problem for him with social conservatives.
Herman Cain’s foreign policy consists of little more than deliberate ignorance.
Political journalists are asking clumsy, ignorant, and intolerant questions. Film at 11.
Further evidence of Bachmann’s extreme views on homosexuality.
Newt is looking a bit toasty to me (not that that is a surprising position to take).
Four years after Barack Obama became a Presidential candidate, the birther myth not only persists, it seems to be becoming more prevalent. Why?
This is a strange disconnect between Sarah Palin’s popularity within the Republican Party and her popularity with the nation as a whole. One wonders if the GOP notices, or cares.
They’ve won the elections, but Republicans still aren’t getting specific about exactly where they’d cut Federal spending.
A new Gallup poll shows President Obama beating Hillary Clinton in a hypothetical 2012 Democratic nomination fight. Nobody should be surprised by that.
A year ago, President Obama was emphatically against raising taxes during the recession — even on the rich.
Vice-President Biden glances into the future and sees a relatively good year for Democrats. Is he right ?
When it comes to opinions about Sarah Palin, there is a striking difference between Republicans and Americans in general.