On April 26 I received the following email from NRB’s contact form:
I have written a short essay (3 single space pages) tentatively titled “On the ‘Old Frog’ Journalism of David Brooks” that I would appreciate being considered as a blog on your site. It is a satirical review of Brooks’ 4/22/2010 New [...]
Although he was one of Barack Obama’s most fervent supporters two years ago, New York Times columnist and blogger Paul Krugman seems to have lost his faith in the president’s ability to “radically transform” America. Put differently, the Nobel Prize winning economist’s heart is broken:
I’m with Simon Johnson here: how is it possible, at this [...]
WASHINGTON — “I am not an ideologue,” protested President Obama at a gathering with Republican House members last week. Perhaps, but he does have a tenacious commitment to a set of political convictions. Compare his 2010 State of the Union to his first address to Congress a year earlier. The consistency is remarkable. In 2009, […]
David Broder and David Brooks are probably members of this club.
Although I should’ve expected it, I’m afraid I have to admit that the mainstream media’s passionate defense of Homeland Security Chief Janet Napolitano took me by surprise.
I especially expected better from New York Times columnist David Brooks – as much of a centrist as [...]
As usual, Fox News host Glenn Beck is proving himself to be one of the few commentators on cable news willing to actually report what happens in Washington, D.C. On his show last Friday, Beck explained whom President Barack Obama relies on to shape his economic policy and what this means. His (and my) conclusion: be [...]