Which response to a tragedy is more insensitive, the graphic account or the joke?
The distinction between blogs and everything else on the Web has all but disappeared.
In my latest column suggesting former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton could win 45 states in 2016, I included a brief word...
My view is that the presidential hopes of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) are politically over for 2016, but it is time for national Democrats to stop flapping their lips about Christie and let the investigations take their course.
Susan was an original. She was brash, brilliant, passionate, funny, idealistic, professional and fearless in her reporting.
Even a brief reading of the latest teachings of Pope Francis, which closely follow the teachings of Pope John Paul II and Pope Benedict, make it clear to me that Santa is, in fact, a liberal populist.
This episode is only one small problem with what has become of cable news.
This morning, representatives at the RNC Summer Meeting voted not to work with NBC and CNN during the 2016 presidential election. Prompting this decision are documentaries on Hillary Clinton each network intends to air, which Republicans view as a sign the networks are not in their camp.
Yes, we all know the mainstream media is liberal. Yawn. Let’s move on.
Cutting two of the biggest networks out of the mix is a huge mistake for the GOP. If Republicans should have learned anything after 2012 it’s that they failed to engage adequately with voters, perhaps most notably with women.
Jack Germond was one of the best political reporters of his time, and as he said when I interviewed him as he watched the 2008 election from the sidelines, "I was a reporter for 50 years, getting paid for something I would have paid them to do."
When the chairman of the Republican National Committee and the Clinton brain trust agree on anything, I am inclined to grasp my wallet with both hands.
They both agree that the surge of Hillary Clinton "entertainment," including and particularly by NBC, is a bad idea. They are both right and dramatize the points I made in my new column, "Citizen Bezos," about the future of The Washington Post and the flood of insider nonsense that passes for political discourse these days.