MARY KATHARINE HAM said journalists are "channeling the American people's frustration" with their aggressive talk on ISIS and President Obama's handling of terrorism. SUSAN FERRECHIO said they were reflecting "raw emotion." FRED FRANCIS said questions such as the CNN reporter's "why can't we take out the bastards" were designed to make the "highlight reel" and should have been more specific. GILLIAN TURNER said media coverage of terrorism fades "during the down times" between attacks, and that may be because it's "kind of a death and destruction subject." And National Enquirer Editor DYLAN HOWARD said Charlie Sheen initially denied being HIV-positive and threatened a $150-million lawsuit against the tabloid that exposed him.
Why didn't you say the high negative rating for @RealBenCarson last week was due to a "high tech lynching" by @CNN, @politico?