Cutbacks and a penchant for profits and happy news hid the plight of wounded soldiers.
Warren Bell honed his reputation writing sitcoms and lobbing politically
incorrect bombs for National Review Online. Now he's Bush's nominee for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting's board of directors.
As the House considers two bills to regulate political speech on the Internet, the liberal Daily Kos and conservative Red State blogs are bedfellows, supporting a flawed GOP-sponsored bill that opens the door for soft money to buy political ads online.
Telephone and cable bigwigs pitched their vision of a pay-to-play
Internet to the Senate Commerce Committee Tuesday, and web visionaries
pushed back. Lawmakers seemed baffled by the complexity.