It's not that I don't want to hear all the great news about his superior views.
It's just that I don't want to be bombarded with them all the livelong day.
Between two sources ("Obama For America Press" and Barackobama.com), I seem to get most of my email these days. They are relentless--and when ... More >>
Don't look now, but the Presidential race seems to be neck-in-neck with just 16 days to go. Nervous? Think how they feel. Both Romney's and Obama's campaigns undoubtedly spent last week gearing up for the final push with phone banks, GOTV, last-minute ad blitzes, election fraud monitor training, etc ... More >>
College Republicans -- at any college campus -- are a unique breed; they tuck their shirts in, they (say they) don't use drugs, and they've somehow managed to avoid the cliche brand of idealistic college-age liberalism that consumes so many young students who think they're going to change the world. ... More >>
~*xoMattDrudgexoemail@example.comYou know who still uses an antique AOL email account, apart from your mom? A lot of really famous and important people. Politico's Ben Smith argues today that the outdated email service has actually gone from uncool and dated all the way back around to being a "status sy ... More >>
The cover of New York magazine this week features another Fox News/Republican party exposé from reporter Gabriel Sherman (see also: "Chasing Fox," Sarah Palin), this time focusing on the network's boss Roger Ailes, who never fails to make an interesting (and infuriating) subject with his pro ... More >>
Former Press Secretary Robert Gibbs, a longtime adviser to Barack Obama, is "in talks" to work in a senior communications role at Facebook, Andrew Ross Sorkin reports at the New York Times' DealBook blog. Gibbs' role would lend the company some press savvy legitimacy ahead of the company's ma ... More >>
via onlinemusicnews.wordpressToday marks the 30th anniversary of the death of John Lennon. He was infamously murdered by Mark David Chapman in New York City on December 8, 1980. This anniversary, people all over the world and the Web are mourning in different ways. Here are a few of our favor ... More >>
Following General David Petraeus's admonishment of the Gainesville pastor who wants to burn Korans on 9/11, at a meeting yesterday with interfaith religious leaders to discuss recent hate attacks on Muslims and mosques, Attorney General Eric Holder called Terry Jones' plan "idiotic and dange ... More >>
With Obama still inheriting residual blame from people rightfully pissed about the un-ending flow of oil into the Gulf of Mexico via BP, the White House has gone on the offensive with fury in the past week. President Obama finally came with harsh words, wondering whose ass he should kick, but ... More >>
The BP Oil Spill Disaster started on April 20th, over a month ago, for those keeping track. Which is why it's so strange to read through this morning's MediaBistro Newsfeed, and come across a Yahoo news story, where you will find information regarding the White House's response to what 'they' ... More >>
Yo, NYC Yaliens, step your game up: the kids working in the Obama administration are the definitive post-grads, and the subject of a massive New York Times magazine feature today entitled, "All the Obama 20-Somethings."
They're charged with organizing the lives of the establishment Old Guar ... More >>
The Daily News front page today is all about how Mort Zuckerman's friend Mayor Mike Bloomberg is feeling hurt by the White House's failure to give him a heads-up about President Obama's Cooper Union visit to deliver a speech on financial reform.
The Voice has obtained an exclusive transcrip ... More >>
Lost in the babble about the Wall Street rubble was last week's provocative piece on Bill Moyers Journal. Beyond its hackneyed title, "Following the Money," it gets to the heart of the global financial meltdown (video, transcript).
Last night's Frontline episode, "Inside the Meltdown," was an int ... More >>
You don't expect President Barack Obama to reveal the sharp split inside the White House between those who want to rescue Wall Street's bankers and those who want to smack 'em upside the head.
Americans just want a rescue from the onrushing Great Depression II, so the public's not clamoring in an ... More >>