Judy Miler Criticizes The Media Over Iraq
In a turn of events that could signal the departure of all irony from the world, Fox News brought on contributor Judith Miller
If there has to be a library on the campus of Southern Methodist University in Dallas, let it be named after the man who actually ran the country, and not the man who simply nodded his head in affirmation. Let's call it the "Richard Bruce "Dick" Cheney Presidential Library."
The timing was a thing of pure political beauty. President George W. Bush was only a few days away from speaking to the United Nations' General Assembly about Iraq's renewed efforts to acquire banned weaponry.
Watch the full clip above. Miller is convinced that discussing the Obama administration's international successes (Gaddafi
In today's parlance, Iraq looks like a war that was brought to us by the 1 percent, for the 1 percent, and attempting to further some ill-defined geopolitical goal of the 1 percent.
Bill Keller, the top editor at the New York Times since July 2003, has penned a lengthy piece for this Sunday's Times Magazine, which was launched online early this week, as if the world could not wait another day for it.
Former New York Times reporter Judith Miller has found herself a surprising new job: as the theater critic for Tablet magazine
As someone who sat inside one of the biggest newsrooms during the crisis, however, I reject the notion that has taken root
She also explained her recent work for conservative magazine Newsmax, saying she had been given an "excellent offer" that