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A political party is dying before our eyes-and I don't mean the Democrats. I'm talking about the mainstream media, which is being destroyed by the opposition.
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A purely objective viewpoint does not exist in the cosmos or in politics.
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As Walter Cronkite would say, that's the way it is.
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Asked at the hearing why she hadn't pressed the FBI more closely about what it knew, or didn't know, about domestic terrorist threats, Rice acted as though the question was an odd one: it wasn't her job. Well, in retrospect, it was and now certainly is.
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At the height of its power, the American Mainstream Media Party helped validate the civil rights movement, end a war and oust a power-mad president. But all that is ancient history.
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By Rice's own standards, the war was well underway by the time he took office. He was a war president the moment he took the oath. But did he act like one?
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I know that from the days of Watergate... the notion of two sources on a story has become the popular dogma about how you confirm something. And there is a lot of truth to that, but there are all kinds of ways to check to the extent that you can, a story that you get.
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If we are lucky, and George W. Bush is right, we are about to witness the War of the Happy Iraqis.
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In an interview with Bob Woodward, Bush admitted two years ago that he didn't have a sense of urgency about Al Qaeda.
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It's hard to know now who, if anyone, in the media has any credibility.
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Never has so much-America's moral standing, the health of the global economy, the fate of a presidency-been wagered on the hope that people will smile.
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Remember the picture of the president in the classroom, being told of the attack by chief of staff Andy Card? The American people thought they were seeing a man suddenly thrust into a grave challenge no one could have anticipated.
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Rice was told about Al Qaeda cells by Richard Clarke in February 2001. When, if ever, did she tell the president about them?
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Rice, in the end, is just a cog in a machine. The real political question is: how did her testimony enrich in the narrative of what the president did-or didn't-know and do about terrorism before September 11?
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The Bush White House is the tightest-run ship in modern times, which means probably ever.
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The crusades of Vietnam and Watergate seemed like a good idea at the time, even a noble one, not only to the press but perhaps to a majority of Americans.
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The ferocity with which the presidential press corps went after the Karl Rove story is startling, but it shouldn't be surprising.
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The notion of a neutral, mainstream national media gained dominance only in World War II and in its aftermath, when what turned out to be a temporary moderate consensus came to govern the country.
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The notion of a neutral, non-partisan mainstream press was, to me at least, worth holding onto. Now it's pretty much dead.
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The party that had nominated Clinton in 1992 eventually impeached him, thanks in good part to information supplied by GOP investigators.
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There has been a lot of soul-searching in the so-called Main Stream Media over its performance, or lack of performance, in the months leading up to the American-led ouster of Saddam Hussein's regime in Iraq.
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Today's media foodfights are mild compared with the viciousness of pamphleteers and partisan newspapers of old, from colonial times forward.
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Were Dan Rather and Mary Mapes after the truth or victory when they broadcast their egregiously sloppy story about Bush's National Guard Service?
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When Americans invade Iraq, Bush says, we will be greeted as liberators by the Iraqi people, proving that taking out Saddam Hussein was the right thing to do.
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