Mitt Romney gave a speech at the NAACP promising to overturn "Obamacare," and got booed. Then he went to Montana and said the black people booed him because they wanted "free stuff." Rightbloggers hadn't been too enthusiastic about Romney before, suspecting that the father of Romneycare was not a t ... More >>
For some people, the terrorist attacks have been a gold mine
Alan Simpson, former Senator and current co-chairman of President Obama's deficit commission, went on Fox News' version of 106 & Park (that would be Your World with Neil Cavuto) to discuss Social Security. Politico reports Simpson argued that old people were being oversensitive with their Soc ... More >>
Michael Barbaro and Tim Arango have only shared two bylines in their Times careers. On Saturday, the two reported that Daily News publisher Mort Zuckerman "is considering" a run for Kirsten Gillibrand's U.S. Senate seat. In August 2008, they broke the story that Mike Bloomberg had been hold ... More >>
Here's a challenge: try to imagine a major network television news program -- one with a long, storied reputation for hard-hitting journalism -- assigning a reporter to follow around OJ Simpson's current love interest (whoever that might be), in order to drum up sympathy for how difficult lif ... More >>
Oh, man. The newly elected Republican National Committee Chairman Michael S. Steele continues his "off the hook" offensive on the English language in the above video, responding to a question about cutting off funding for Republican party traitors by saying: "I'm always open for everything, baby." A ... More >>
A missing Queens soldier becomes a journo-political pawn
The spooky truth behind the media's favorite 'spy'