From the aftermath of the 2003 “shock and awe” bombing campaign all the way through Thanksgiving Day 2008, major US news outlets have nearly uniformly blacked out or downplayed reports of the Iraqi death toll. But a recent Associated Press article reveals the depths to which these outlets are still willing to delve to censor this information.
Today, the executives of the Big Three return to Washington to pitch their case for federal assistance. Presumably they will not be blundering into town on corporate jets. Whether they will walk away with anything more than a political whipping remains to be seen, though given the current atmosphere they had better expect to be […]
No, not on the national security team — get real. And not exactly a top job — her power as head of a panel. . . . extends a bit beyond the “bully pulpit” but falls far short of a veto over specific proposals or programs I speak of Elizabeth Warren, who, in a move […]