Monday, February 01, 2010

News Readers Wanted!

TV Journo School
How to Report the News

Live news blogs are the future, so I enrolled in a TV Journo School.  I'm learning so much. Wow. Here's today's lesson.

Apple Corps


Boned Jello

This unattributed chart roughly covers the questions I have about the iPad.  Is the analysis wrong, or is this a product aimed at Apple cultists?

On redirect

The Way We Were

And we liked it that way

In Passing

 In Passing
 This is bachelor week!

nba $5 buck box from taco bell for $5.00
Tiger Hawk: I met Michael Barone at a cocktail party in 2005.
He asked me where I was from, I said "Princeton," and he accurately told me the percentage of the voters who had gone for John Kerry in 2004. That's why this column is so interesting for its forecast of an electoral earthquake.

NYT Accuses U.S. Military of Running "Rigged Trials" - (via St. Ann)
"President George W. Bush’s decision to hold prisoners outside the law and then attempt to try them in rigged military courts was legally wrong, and hugely damaging to American values and this country’s global image."

Air Force Academy to Open Outdoor Worship Circle for Wiccans and Druids

Ailes v. Huffington

 Slam, Bam, Thank you Ma'am

Guesting on the Roundtable on ABC News’ Sunday Morning Talk Show This Week (video from ABC below), Fox News President Roger Ailes defended Glenn Beck from an attack by Huffington Post co-founder Arianna Huffington.

Here is a transcript of a portion of that segment:

HUFFINGTON: Well, Roger, it’s not a question of picking a fight. And aren’t you concerned about the language that Glenn Beck is using, which is, after all, inciting the American people? There is a lot of suffering out there, as you know, and when he talks about people being slaughtered, about who is going to be the next in the killing spree…

AILES: Well, he was talking about Hitler and Stalin slaughtering people. So I think he was probably accurate. Also, I’m a little….

HUFFINGTON: No, no, he was talking about this administration [Emphasis added].

AILES: I don’t — I think he speaks English. I don’t know, but I mean, I don’t misinterpret any of his words.

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Ailes is so Huffington's superior.

Great Scott!

 I think he just did
Scott Brown Doesn't Rule Out 2012 White House Run...

Brown with Democrats on right to choose (and social issues)

Wait!  I think he meant he  hasn't ruled out running for the Democrat nomination.