by Terry Hargrove I don’t regret any of the formal education I’ve received over the years. It’s unlikely I ever would have invented an alphabet on my own, and math has come […]
Greg Mitchell, Editor of ‘Editor and Publisher’ magazine, recently spoke with MediaBloodhound from his Lower East Side Manhattan office at E&P. In addition to the 2008 campaign, topics ranged from the dire state of the newspaper industry and its “dirty secret” to the impact of the U.S. media’s censorship of graphic war images to whether Twitter and Sarah Palin will go the way of the pet rock.
As the poet Robert Burns put it, “The best laid schemes o’ Mice an’ Men / Gang aft agley.” The common military iteration of the sentiment says that no plan, however well […]
by Dawn Farmer Have a guess Behind the jump is the reverse of the plant
CBO produces climate analysis HFC phaseout struggle at the White House The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) is well known for producing strictly non-partisan, tightly controlled and pretty conservative (as in careful not […]
We’ve all become familiar with the word “stimulus” lately. Its exact meaning is: An agent, action, or condition that elicits or accelerates a physiological or psychological [or, one hopes, financial — Ed.] […]