Bob Woodward spoke of the lessons of Watergate in the wake of Ben Bradlee's death, saying if he were young he would take Carl Bernstein to Cincinnati to investigate the IRS. He also recalled Bradlee's backing during the lowest days of Watergate and took responsibility for the Janet Cooke fraud at the Washington Post. Jonah Goldberg saw liberal bias in the network newscasts downplaying the midterms (especially ABC, which has run nothing for two months), Joe Trippi said politics gets low ratings. Christina Bellantoni also criticized the networks and said the media are "freaking out" over Ebola. Sarah Lacy said she feels sorry for Monica Lewinsky but that the ex-intern muddied her message by claiming to have suffered from cyber-bullying.
Howard, you are part of the problem. Joe Trippi stated that there are no black officers in the Ferguson police department... That's not true according to the New York Times (if that's to be believed), but you let him make the statement without challenging it.