When a congressional investigation turns into a partisan operation, the media need to treat it as such.
False equivalence, for those joining us late, is the almost irresistible instinct in mainstream journalism to present differing views as…
The importance of one verb and one noun
Defining obstructionism down
What 32 committed people, and one timorous speaker, can do to everyone else
"Democracy requires accepting defeat," and other quaint concepts
Crash investigations -- who needs 'em? Nobel prizes too. We're saving the world from Obamacare.
The view from the right
"How many times do we have to refight the Civil War?"
"They don't know the difference between soil and dirt."
A struggle within one party, damage across the country
Two innovative ways out of a journalistic dead end
Studies in the self-lobotomization of a modern system
If Congress could vote on a "clean" bill, it would end the shutdown tonight. So why isn't it allowed to vote?
One newspaper, straddling two different worldviews
It's not just for Americans any more.
Media notes on a return visit
Does 2006-vintage Obama make a hypocrite of the current version, when it comes to the debt ceiling? No.
The press' role in the new form of "defining deviancy down."
One proposal got 40 votes; another got 51; both of them "failed."