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Brian Williams – Only Guilty of Telling Us What We Wanted to Hear?

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It’s normal behavior for most people to exaggerate but, when millions of people are watching, the stakes are exceedingly higher. Read More »

Al Jazeera America Debuts – Why News Network Deserves A Chance

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If AJAM is true to what it proposes to do (less opinion, less yelling, and fewer celebrity sightings than other channels), then it will be a refreshing alternative to CNN, FOX, MSNBC, and just about every local news station. Read More »

NBA Player Jason Collins Reveals That He is Gay – Is He the New Jackie Robinson?

Collins says, "I'm a 34-year-old NBA center. I'm black. And I'm gay.” Read More »

Golden Globes Reminiscent of the Drunken Golden Age of TV

This is an awards show awash in booze, and no one associated with it has even a glimmer of embarrassment about it. Read More »

USA Today Paying for Pageviews: Good Night and Good Luck, America

USA Today is discussing paying their reporters a bonus based on page views. What does this mean to you? Read More »

Movie review: Good Night and Good Luck

If Edward R. Murrow was concerned about the quality of news in the '50s, imagine what he'd think of it today. Read More »

Cause Celebre: Actors and Their First Amendment Rights

Do celebs have a right to be outspoken? Read More »