Obscene, really, when you consider these reporters and editors should be reporting ON the White House, not frolicking with the White House. Collegiality is a wonderful thing until all that collegial lather gets in the eyes.
|By: cocktailhag Thursday January 2, 2014 8:00 pm|
One of the most infuriating sideshows of the holiday week(s) was a column by even-the-liberal Ruth Marcus of the WaPoo, which said, in the requisite 700 words such hacks are allotted, “Edward Snowden is a big, fat, poopyhead.” No, really, that’s what her argument boiled down to.
|By: Allison Hantschel Monday September 30, 2013 8:00 pm|
These are the things we’ve chosen to care about, right now. These are the things we’ve made a priority. No wonder Cilizza thinks a dance party is the best way to cope with the shutdown. They have no idea anything else might be happening. They have no clue what this looks like from anywhere but where they are.
|By: Peterr Saturday July 16, 2011 10:45 am|
The Murdoch phone-hacking scandal is billed as British tabloids run amok, and the US media seems fixed on the “Gosh, I’m glad that could never happen here” storyline. Sadly, the phone-hacking label is a misstatement — that’s the symptom, but the problem is deeper. Behind the phone-hacking, however, are the revelations of the incestuous nature of politicians and journalists in the world of British politics and media.
And that, my friends, is a well-accepted part of the DC world. See “Russert, Tim” or “Mitchell, Andrea (Mrs Alan Greenspan)” or “White House Correspondents Dinner” or . . .
You get the idea. I just wish the Media Villagers did.
|By: Teddy Partridge Sunday January 9, 2011 8:01 pm|
If off-the-record is to mean anything, anywhere, ever again, no public figure should trust Eleanor Clift again, ever.