Couric hopes to persuade other TV veterans make the transition into online programming.
The night the NYC car bomb attempt went down, I was so grateful that, once again, the diligence of the public and the swift action of the NYC Police thwarted yet another potential attack. Shortly thereafter, while still incredibly grateful obviously, I became angry. I’ve had it. Firstly, because the [...]
Katie lied, and Bloomberg tried.
Sunday evening, May 2nd, amid the massive hunt for the Times Square Car Bomber, CBS’s Katie Couric and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg exchanged pleasantries:
Couric: Law enforcement officials don’t know who left the Nissan Pathfinder behind, but at this point, the mayor believes the suspect acted alone.
Bloomberg: If I had to guess [...]
Katie Couric may have hit a new low on Monday night’s CBS Evening News—though I’m sure there are plenty of other broadcasts of hers that could be nominated.
In a story designed to evoke sympathy for an “undocumented” husband and wife who have given birth to 10 US citizens since they came here illegally, and who [...]
When my mother immigrated to America from Ireland in 1959, the first thing she learned about was Baseball. Her stipend from nursing school was small, so once she had climbed to her perch in the nose-bleeds, she was not only in “Baseball- Heaven” emotionally, but darn close physically.
In 1974, then living in San Jose, California, [...]
Obama can’t name a single White Sox player from the past. Obvious he lied about being a fan for political cred with regular folk.
Palin paid off whatever debt she might have owed John McCain during the 2008 presidential campaign. Why, then, is she supporting McCain’s reelection to the senate vice conservative challenger J.D. Hayworth?