Media, politics and culture.
Certainly worth recalling are two long-running, nearly “live” blogs.
Read Next: Greg Mitchell on right-wing violence—and the media’s unwillingness to call it terrorism.
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BM: And yet, there’s this still almost religious belief in force as the savior.
BM: Pre-emptory strikes.
BM: So is it duplicity or self-delusion?
Read Next: Robert Scheer on our government’s soft spot for brutal dictators.
Here’s video of the full CNN segment:
Read Next: Obama sets us a on a slippery slope to war in Iraq.
It’s worth returning to what Will actually wrote.
Consider the supposed campus epidemic of rape, a.k.a. “sexual assault.”…
Read Next: Michelle Goldberg on why the campus rape crisis confounds colleges.
@Milbank's talking shoe-leather journalism after failing to adequately report on an event he attended...… and 2, you'd be surprised, @Milbank, how much news you can break from an armchair." Meanwhile, latest Milbank piece has drawn 613 comments, and counting.
Read Next: Leslie Savan on how Fox News created a monster—and made two others disappear
What a Sunday of surprises in our two leading newspapers.
And factually, I suppose, it should be “everyone of the left.”
Read Next: Bob Dreyfuss on how Iraq's crisis got started—and how it didn't.
Read Next: Tom Engelhardt takes stock of fifty years of miserably futile American warfare.
Yeah, my ancestors didn’t come over on the Mayflower. They met the boat.
Read Next: Dave Zirin on John Carlos’s standing up to an NFL slur
They were weird people, Monroe said, adding that he thought the couple used methamphetamines.
Read Next: Leslie Savan asks, “Why is the right obsessed with castration?”