Giving away the store
Cat and mouse
“To say that I was creeped out was an understatement.”
A crisis of confidence.
“No one knows the pain that the media … has caused my family.”
Part of the story.
No longer just covering a story.
“Civil liberties must be protected, but violence is not the answer.”
Donor fatigue hits … San Francisco?
“You criticize anonymous sources but we have anonymous sources from you every day.”
Innocent until proven guilty
Chart of the Day.
“What is going on here?”
Legitimate, or free-speech issue?
Media monitors, “rockets,” and the meaning of transparency.
Are you going to believe what you see, or what I tell you?
Plus media, all too transparent.
“[Y]ou notice immediately how the conversation has changed from attacking Republicans to attacking Obama.”
“I actually think that this is not been a sign of strength.”
“You’re not man enough. I’ll break you in half. Like a boy.”
“The protections of the First Amendment do not turn on whether the defendant was a trained journalist…”
“You can do this at home, it’s easy.”
“At the moment, it doesn’t make a lot of sense.”
Subsidiarity, solidarity, and the actual point behind Evangelii Gaudium.
It wasn’t the White House who kept producing halo shots like this.
Snowball’s chance of success.
Government estimated 14 million would lose employer-based group insurance … just like this.
Al Sharpton thinks there is.
What difference at this point does it make?
“I can’t think of a single celebrity whose political opinion I value.”