A new video from The Onion brutalizes Time magazine, debuting a fictional new Time Advanced for adults that works on the assumption that the current newsweekly is aimed at children.
Most damning perhaps are interviews with actual children who claim to have already outgrown Time. “I mean, none of my friends want to read a Read More
The first time he ran for president, John McCain basked in the adoration of the reporters covering his campaign, the opinion-shaping pundit class and editorial boards across the country. It won him hordes of independent and Democratic fans, a handful of early primaries and practical banishment from the Republican Party. In other words, the media’s Read More
Time columnist Joe Klein created a stir at the Council on Foreign Relations earlier today when he suggested that “an element of unwitting sabotage” may be behind Bill Clinton’s series of apparently off-message comments while campaigning on behalf of his wife.
Klein speculated: “He’s worrying, ‘Maybe she’s going to be a better president than I Read More
Hillary Clinton is quitting her job on the Democratic policy steering committee in the Senate because of other time commitments, reports Glenn Thrush.
Time magazine has a Joe Klein story billed on the cover as “Why the Center is the Place to Be” but Greg Sargent says that “the story Read More
Time Magazine came away somewhat underwhlemed in a cover story on Barack Obama.
Essayist Shelby Steele tells Joe Klein:
“White people are just thrilled when a prominent black person comes along and doesn’t rub their noses in racial guilt. White people just go crazy over people like that.”
Klein adds this observation: Read More
For those of you who are interested, former City Politic columnist Greg Sargent has the culmination of a noteworthy, acrimonious exchange over Iraq coverage with former City Politic columnist Joe Klein here.
– Josh Benson Read More
Joe Klein is the flower of American political journalism, a sharp raconteur who shows traces of the gonzo style that was in vogue when he was honing his craft at Rolling Stone back in the day. He’s a man who has followed countless Presidential campaigns, who has seen it all and who seems to Read More
Joe Klein is the flower of American political journalism, a sharp raconteur who shows traces of the gonzo style that was in vogue when he was honing his craft at Rolling Stone back in the day. He’s a man who has followed countless Presidential campaigns, who has seen it all and who seems to know Read More
Back in the autumn of 2002, as pundits were portraying Hillary Clinton as a surprisingly moderate U.S. Senator, Carl Limbacher got an unexpected call.
It was from an editor at a division of Crown Publishing. He wanted a book about Hillary Clinton from Mr. Limbacher, an Oyster Bay printer who moonlights as a writer for Read More
So the Ferrer campaign is out with their response to Joel Klein‘s attack on their candidate’s education record. And, yes, they’ve managed to misspell the chancellor’s name twice and his title once.
“Chancelor Joe Klein” is how the first line reads. Later, he’s “Joe Kline.”
Can they blame it on the Read More