In George W. Bush’s memoir, he says he was absolutely convinced that Iran had WMDs before he authorized an invasion of Iraq despite overwhelming evidence that Bush knew with virtual certainty that the information he used was flawed,
Author and professor Scott Bonn examines George Bush’s history — as told by George Bush.
Fox News’ slant on Comedy Central’s Sanity/Fear rally raises questions about what is fair and balanced. But is the joke on us for even asking the question?
It’s Independence Day 2010 — and many of us aren’t feeling quite as independent as we did a few years ago. At least a million people without steady work will lose their unemployment benefits this week.
The pressures of meeting a mortgage, feeding a family, paying taxes and staying afloat are obvious. Valerie Menowsky says some of the other impacts and frustrations of being less than fully employed are less visible.
The ratings are in on the ratings company’s planned IPO. The NYT likes Nielsen’s prospects, the WSJ not so much.
Here’s an up to date scorecard — and what Van Morrison might have to say about it all.
Paul Rule wonders if the previously rejected pay-to-read online newspaper model will work this time around. Or if it is another example of rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic.
Twitter, RSS feeds and Facebook make life easier for public relations people to get the word out about their clients. Now, if they would only use it the *write* way…
The new Seven Dwarfs of Global Warming include Doubtful, Dismissive, Concerned and Cautious. Which one are you? And how does it affect how you watch TV?
A Sunday stroll finds some of the cutest things in Hollywood — behind bars.
Message to Marshall: Maybe it’s the message, not the medium after all.
Freedom of the press is an idea we can all get behind. That is, until the press gets behind the bushes to take pictures at kids’ soccer games. As Malibu officials draft an anti-paparazzi ordinance, a Malibu born-and-raised journalist says the paparazzi can, and often do, go too far.