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The Big PictureI was going to have some fun with the fact that Bill O'Reilly apparently thinks that God is the guy who controls the tide coming in and coming out. But when it comes to inspired satire, no one does it......
Z on TVKeith Olbermann, the mercurial and controversial MSNBC host, announced on-air Friday night that he is leaving the cable channel immediately.MSNBC chased the announcement by its top-rated host with two terse statements Friday night confirming the move...
Z on TVHere's video from my appearance on CNN's "Reliable Sources," including one diagreement over Keith Olbermann between me and former MSNBC reporter-anchor David Shuster, a self-desribed friend of the show host who abruptly left the MSNBC airwaves Friday...
Baltimore Sun reporterFrom the Z on TV blog: The world of 24/7 cable TV news was made for stories like the start of the rescue of 33 Chilean mine workers Monday night and Tuesday morning. For all the partisan excess that has overtaken the genre in recent years, a story...
"Give Us Liberty: A Tea Party Manifesto" by Dick Armey and Matt Kibbe (William Morrow: 266 pp., $19.99) "History," explain Dick Armey and Matt Kibbe, "teaches us that nothing could be more American than protest." In this book, they connect that spirit of...
Zap2ItShe is a nationally syndicated columnist who recently won a Pulitzer Prize. He is a former New York governor (and famously hard-nosed ex-attorney general) who resigned amid a prostitution scandal. Together, their new mission is to re-energize CNN's...
Los Angeles TimesIt looks like a chick flick and stars chick-flick staple Jennifer Aniston, but the little secret of "The Switch" is that it's actually about men. And not necessarily the Y- chromosome set at its finest. Men who can't be honest with themselves or the...
Associated Press WriterCNN is pairing former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer and conservative columnist Kathleen Parker for a combative new prime-time program it insists won't be the second coming of "Crossfire." The network is hoping for twin comebacks: for its own struggling...
Tags: Government, New York, Periodicals, Politics, Journalism
The Swampby Mark Silva Are Matthews, Olbermann and Maddow beating out "no bias, no bull?'' MSNBC, the cable news network that has handed over its evening run to a decidedly liberal lineup that now also includes The Ed Show, says it's......
The Swampby Mark Silva Actor Jon Voight, who calls President Barack Obama a "soft-spoken Julius Caesar," warns that the Democratic ruler will steer the nation into deeper debt, more unemployment and Marxism. Loaded words - all of which secured Voigt......
Tags: Celebrities, Sarah Palin, Government, Rush Limbaugh, New York
The Swampby Mark Silva A war of sorts is being waged on the cable-news front, if perhaps a one-sided war - and the president has helped fuel the newest conflagration in that rivalry between FOX News and MSNBC. President Barack Obama,......
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Oct 24, 2010 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Apr 30, 2011 |Column| Los Angeles Times
Sep 30, 2010 |Story| Zap2It
Sep 2, 2010 |Story| Los Angeles Times
Jun 24, 2010 |Story| WPIX-LTV
Jun 2, 2009 |Blog| Chicago Tribune
Jun 10, 2009 |Blog| Chicago Tribune
Jun 18, 2009 |Blog| Chicago Tribune
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