The narrative journalism of David Samuels finds conversation, color and conflict in the vortex of American life.
Sure, he asked the tough questions. But why didn't he challenge the lies?
It's hard to explain the media delirium over a newsman who gave the powerful a pass on Iraq.
Phil Donahue talks about his experience as a talk show host on MSNBC during the buildup to the invasion of Iraq.
They enabled the Iraq catastrophe and now spin a self-flattering narrative to excuse their failings.
Take a look at the qualities right-wing pundits so admire about dove-turned-hawk, Dem-turned-Republican Joe Lieberman.
Pundits embrace the fantasy of Hillary Clinton's candidacy as foolishly as they embraced the Iraq War.
Why is the media ignoring one of the biggest political scandals in recent memory?
In an open letter to ABC News, a group of journalists and media analysts condemns the network's poor handling of the latest Clinton/Obama faceoff.
Media pundits and bloggers bloviate when journalists make mistakes. But where is their outrage over the biggest fraud of all: the way the media followed Bush to war?