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The "Late Night" host has an answer to the president's G-20 summit plea.
This ad will likely be followed by other companies' ads -- all competing freely in a marketplace for customers -- which means it does represent a historic turning point.
"People today replace the image with real life," Anderson Cooper reflected. Indeed, people want to "tweet it" or "post it" or show it to their friends on some other social media outlet, even if they have not really lived it.
2012-10-19-Screenshot20121019at9.17.34AM.jpgI'm so sorry it's Washington's premier news institution that forces me to have to spell this out in such frank terms, but the Paul Ryan photo-op was much less theater than it was fraud.
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Our look back at Obama's second 100 days will begin with a short overview, and then move on to the categories: "the best of times," "the worst of times," and "the age of (media) foolishness."
Know that when it comes to Kim Jong-Il, not even political spin machinist Bill Clinton can compete with the mass manipulation pageantry of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea.
Outrageous fuel prices, inflated food costs, low subsistence harvests and low or no incomes aligned to create the perfect storm of a devastating reality in Western Alaska.
The Most Disappointing Democrat Of The Week last week was the Democratic National Convention Committee (DNCC), for their
Given that four thousand U.S soldiers and hundreds of thousands of Iraqis have died in the fighting since the U.S. invasion, the McCain photo-op in the Shorja market was a cruel April Fool's Day joke.
Today, the former New York mayor joins two other cancer survivors in seeking the Republican presidential nomination: Arizona
I admit I was going to give this week's award to Henry Waxman, who (as Chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government
2007-09-18-shaw_sheikh_fp.jpg Did George Bush effectively "off" an ally -- and even undermine his Anbar strategy -- for the sake of the "surge sale" and a single photo-op?