Some see her comments as offbeat political humor, but it’s a telling fact that her writing is highlighted on the websites of extremist organizations, one of them labeled a hate group.
"The lesson of the 2016 primary," observed The Intercept's Glenn Greenwald, "was that literally nothing is a less reliable indicator of debate impact than the reactions of journalists."
"The Simpsons" took a cheeky jab at the media in general, and Fox News more pointedly, in Sunday's opening sequence of the long-running cartoon -- which, it should be observed, makes its home on Fox as well.
Many argue that Obama’s election to the presidency and status as global “supercelebrity” are signs that we have entered a post-racial moment in which everyone and everything are mixed. Among these believers is Chris Matthews of MSNBC. Many argue that Obama’s election to the presidency and status as global “supercelebrity” are signs that we have entered a post-racial moment in which everyone and everything are mixed.
Giving the Drudge Report and Free Republic a little competition in the conservative Web space, former CNN pundit (see: "Crossfire") and bow-tie enthusiast Tucker Carlson has launched his own site, the Daily Caller. That's "the DC" for short -- snappy, Mr. Carlson!
Those who can, do, and those who can't become pundits? Although she has disparaged the media many times in recent memory, former Alaska Gov Sarah Palin is joining the Murdochian empire at Fox News as a contributor and commentator, according to The Washington Post's Howard Kurtz (continued).
What does Fox Newser Glenn Beck believe to be a safe investment during times of panic and fear? Gold. Which emotions is Beck particularly skilled at playing upon in his nightly Fox-cast? Panic and fear. Which Web site does Glenn Beck stump for? Goldline.com, which pushes the idea that now's the time to invest in gold. Oh.