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2014/11/20 00:19
2014/11/20 00:19
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Very few magazines, Web sites, TV stations or radio stations cover one topic only. They generally spread out over a bunch of themes, like politics, culture, sports, race and what have you. That’s...
2014/11/20 00:19
2014/11/20 00:19
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2014/11/19 18:24
2014/11/19 18:24
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Signs and wonders: Paul Nash's Landscape of the Megaliths, featured in Adam Thorpe's On Silbury Hill. Image: Lauren McLean/V&A Images We recognise that history is written by the winners but are...
2014/11/12 16:05
2014/11/12 16:05
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Earlier this year at a press conference in Belgium before world journalists, where no slavishly sycophantic American reporters carried any weight, Obama received literally one clap from one or two...
2014/11/11 10:27
2014/11/11 10:27
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Also... Is MSNBC Sinking as the Obama Network? Firing Offense? Valerie Jarrett Is Now Scapegoat-in-Chief The media have identified the problem with the Obama presidency and want her tarred and...
2014/11/08 13:33
2014/11/08 13:33
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CBS’ “Face the Nation” celebrates its 60th anniversary this weekend with President Barack Obama and former President George W. Bush. The program starts at 10:30 a.m. on WKMG-Channel 6. Also on the...
2014/11/05 11:17
2014/11/05 11:17
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There is more media than ever covering American political life. And with each major election, the coverage seems to get worse – or, at least, more confused and misguided. That is certainly the story...
2014/11/03 17:21
2014/11/03 17:21
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Nov. 3 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg’s Mark Halperin and John Heilemann preview the 2014 midterm elections and look at what a Republican takeover of the U.S. Senate may mean for political gridlock in...
2014/10/30 21:09
2014/10/30 21:09
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Such a report causes content producers and media analysts to pace around their standing desks. How to feel? Should one feel schadenfreude (only feel, because no one can pronounce it correctly)? Should...
2014/10/28 07:45
2014/10/28 07:45
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The late Sen. Robert Byrd (D-W.Va.) loosely said the "N-word" on "Fox News Sunday" in 2001, while discussing the state of race relations in the United States. In a WPIX interview in 2012, East Haven,...
2014/11/20 00:19
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