Last night on The Daily Show, the editor of Newsweek was the guest where he passionately commented on the importance of this magazine and traditional journalism in general to stopping our democracy from falling into ignorance. You couldn’t help but feel bad watching the interview, but I really don’t think that the rise of the [...]
Newsweek Magazine is running an article in its March 29th issue entitled “Why I Was Banned in the U.S.A.” by Tariq Ramadan. This supporter of terrorist organizations is crowing now because the Obama administration caved to the demands of the ACLU . It reversed the Bush administration’s decision to deny him a visa to enter our country, rather than continue to [...]
Christopher, why don’t you tell us what you really think about sporting events because I don’t believe your latest Newsweek piece, “Fool’s Gold,” did the job.
With trademark flourish, you revealed a portfolio of the world’s worst behavior, decrying sports competition as the catalyst. As your subtitle stated,
How the Olympics and other international competitions breed conflict [...]
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A few months ago, Andrea Mitchell was spotted stalking Sarah Palin at a book signing, scornfully waving a copy of Newsweek magazine (apparently, it’s still in publication. Who knew?) It is obvious that Mitchell is totally obsessed with Sarah Palin, and her absolute FURY at Palin was abundantly evident in the look on [...]
Two parts predictable, one part probable: Newsweek’s Daniel Stone takes a look at Sarah Palin’s Tea Party Nation convention speech and determines her unable to win a national election. Shock!
However, aside from his own unambiguous sentiment and Newsweek’s penchant for Palin mockery, is he necessarily wrong?
The basis of her speech, as she put it, was [...]
Nowhere Left to Turn
In my view, the problem for Obama is that no matter what he says, no one’s going to believe him — not the right, not the left, not the center. In a year in office has acquired a massive credibility problem, which is not helped by the way by his overexposure. Consider [...]