Bolts, barn doors, and the Captain Louis Renault moment.
“Chinese people are increasingly ignoring party propaganda and are much more interested in movie stars…”
The art of angering … everybody.
“Sputnik’s mission wasn’t really to report the news as much as it was to push a narrative…”
“New steps are to come, and they will ultimately aim to remove him from power.”
Russia or rushin’?
“The children have a right to a second chance.”
“…died suddenly in less than a week just after his return to the U.S.”
“We don’t have an arsenal, we’re not going to use it.”
“The dossier refutes the Russian claim that the attack was on an opposition-held chemical weapons depot.”
Some Senate Dems balking at select committee?
You know what would have been nice? A counter-disinformation team.
“I don’t think you’ve heard this anywhere but here.”
Yeah, let’s ban this image
“She was just very enthusiastic and wanted students to know that propaganda is bad.”
Somebody’s been telling stories
A tale of two Sterns … and Russian desperation.
“Madison Avenue meets documentary film making meets news channel .”
“My problem was I ran away to something uglier.”
Losing the ideological war?
“She was a bedroom radical.”
“Our doctrine in fighting you is that we will totally exterminate you!”
Did Obama undermine Afghan government in swap?
“Don’t come back to Afghanistan.”
Are you going to believe what you see, or what I tell you?
“As a reporter on this network, I face many ethical and moral challenges.”
A brief respite from the clown show.
“They are enemies of the United States.”
It wasn’t the White House who kept producing halo shots like this.
“Powerful striking means” on standby.
Shelter from the storm?
Too bad to check.
Not your father’s stiff upper lip.