Archive: May, 2008
This will be Bush's legacy. He's the man who gave us something called "coercive democracy":
The drought in Philadelphia is worse than I thought.
I told you earlier today that CNN's Jessica Yellin -- formerly of MSNBC and ABC News -- was going to blog something herself about her explosive comments on slanted pro-war pre-war coverage of Iraq. Here's the highlight:
First, this involved my time on MSNBC where I worked during the lead up to war. I worked as a segment producer, overnight anchor, field reporter, and briefly covered the White House, the Pentagon, and general Washington stories.
Uh, wait until next year:
For those of you who don’t read reactionary right-wing blogs, Dunkin’ Donuts recently unveiled an ad featuring television personality Rachael Ray, holding a latte, standing in front of blooming trees. Ray, however, is wearing a scarf, and for conservatives, a scarf is never just a scarf.
I wasn't the Philly area yet (in fact, I was in college) in 1979, so I didn't know this happened.