American Debate Archive: July, 2010

Recommended reading

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I'm otherwise occupied today, but I'll return on Monday. In the meantime, I highly recommend this commentary piece from the American Journalism... Read more

Ball and chain

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This post was updated late in the day. Today's predominant Washington acronym is WWCD. As in, "What Will Charlie Do?" When... Read more

In the dark

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In a conference call with reporters the other day, Trevor Potter, a former chairman of the Federal Elections Commission, said that the... Read more

Daniel Schorr

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If only Daniel Schorr had remained healthy a little longer, he would've been afforded the opportunity to weigh in on the WikiLeaks/Afghanistan... Read more

Sobering sunlight

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After last week's brain-dead distractions - notably, the faux Breitbart-Sherrod story that triggered yet another round of national name-calling... Read more

Cult of exposure

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I proudly consider myself to be the only Fourth Estate denizen who has yet to weigh in on the brouhaha concerning JournoList, the now-defunct... Read more

Bonds of marriage

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The odds are high that when Americans hear the term "special relationship," they probably conjure images of a famous couple.... Read more

Proxies and provocateurs

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At the risk of ignoring the big national story of the moment - Lindsay Lohan has begun her 90-day jail stint - I want to bring up the Georgia... Read more