By going to Iowa for Tom Harkin’s 39th and final steak fry, Hillary Clinton knew that a planeload of pundits would head to the Hawkeye State and cover the event as the kickoff of her...
Why is the national press only now focusing on these other cases as they search for sidebar stories during the furor over Rice punching Janay in an elevator?
The best-scenario for Obama is that a climate of being at war (though John Kerry refuses to use that word) creates a rally-round-the-president effect.
Is Obama again leading from behind, or is he carefully calibrating the public mood?
I guess a video showing Ray Rice dragging his unconscious fiancé out of an elevator wasn’t enough to cost him his job.
The press got the gist of the story right but allowed the impact to be blunted.
Media people seemed to take a little too much delight in McDonnell’s fall, conveniently forgetting how just two years ago he was portrayed as a rising GOP star who made it to Mitt Romney’s VP list.
It’s a dilemma that many Republicans (and some Democrats) are facing just as the Bush era of constant warfare seemed to be fading.
Some media organizations might want to think twice about the way they traffic in fare that feeds this culture.
Okay, but what if we shifted the question from will he run—still unlikely, in my view—to what would happen if he did run?