January 5: We emitted low chuckles at Zell Millers clowning. But why are faux Dems on the rise?
December 22: Were going out to clean the pasture spring. But weve left you some seasonal goodies.
December 20: Readers complained when a shrink doctored texts. But no one complained to the Post!
December 19: Colmes asked Bruce, What makes you a lib? She gave him a classic reply.
December 18: Her name may be Brucebut her books make us ralph. Who is this progressive Fox Democrat?.
December 17: Weird! Foxs favorite progressive Democrat just seems to beat up on Dems.
December 16: Who on earth is Tammy Bruce? Our analysts were deeply kerflubbled.
December 15: Saddams capture freed Iraqand put a lid on a simpering press corps
December 13: Schieffer lied about Farmer Goreand showed you the soul of your press corps:
December 12: Six years ago, your press declared war. This week, they waged war once again.
December 11: When Gore endorsed Dean, pundits told an old tale. Gore said he invented the Internet.
December 10: Gore endorsed Deanand cited the war. On Fox, they preferred other motives.
December 9: Read Michael Kinsleythen read Cal Thomas. Youll gaze on the soul of your press corps:
December 8: Krauthammer lied about Streisand too. When will Fred Hiatt take action?
December 5: One question only, for the Washington Post: When will Charles Krauthammer be fired?
December 4: If troops get killed, thats A-OK. But please dont respond to their questions.
December 3: Last night, the lying continued on Fox. Bill OReilly was too scared to stop it.
December 2: Hillary Clinton is un-American. It says so right in todays Times.
December 1: On CNBC, Russert pandered to Goldberg. So Bernie just pandered right back.
November 28: Clowning aboutyesa Times food review, Bernie G showed contempt for your discourse.
November 26: The Times trashed Dean right on page one. It was different with Candidate Bush.
November 25: For Bernie Goldberg, theres only one rule. All roads must lead to lib bias.
November 24: Bernie got his shorts in a wad when Frank Rich used the term homophobia.
November 22: Bernie fired a volley of blanks when he took on the press corps gun bias.
November 20: Brent Bozell is a long-standing fake. But then, hes had many enablers.
November 19: Bernie, pretending to quote Howell Raines, showed his contempt for your discourse.
November 18: Clowning about Howell Raines and Al Gore, Bernie G shows contempt for your discourse.
November 17: Bernie Goldberg made fools of his readers in Bias. In his new book, hes at it again.
November 14: Molly Ivins is just like Ann Coulter! So the Times Nick Kristof says.
November 10: How inept is your press elite? Reciting a standard Reagan script, Max Frankel is eager to show you.
October 31: Muslims dieand Andrew Sullivan exults! Its just the way Sully would type it.
October 30: What did Clark say about Iraq? Someonenot Sullyshould tell us.
October 29: You know the Official Script about Clark. This morning, Kit Seelye cuts-and-pastes it.
October 28: General Boykins oddest remarks have been airbrushed from major newspapers.
October 27: General Boykin has made odd remarks. Plus: Its time for Nagourney to go!
October 24: A mailer reminds us: When things fall apart, its far more polite not to notice.
October 23: Today, George Will does the cutting and pasting. Its what happens when things fall apart.
October 22: When watchdogs quit, robots type cant. Just check out Jonah and David.
October 21: Why has your discourse fallen apart? For one thing, millionaires run your press corps.
October 16: McMurtry rattled off rumors and gossip. And his eds put the mess into print!
October 15: Flowers tale didn't seem to be true. Not that theres anything wrong with it!
October 14: Larry McMurtry delved into his subject. And guess what? He lacked the first clue.
October 13: The D-worddysfunctionalcame to mind as Larry McMurtry limned Clinton.
October 10: As we prepare to give it a rest, we ask Terry Gross: Wheres our transcript?
October 9: Two days after Californias election, the Post takes apart its state budget.
October 8: Why is your discourse driven by spin? Harry Smith helps to explain it.
October 7: Why does pseudo-con prop rule the day? Let one Post pundit show you.
October 6: Matthews groped for ways to help Arnold. We found it a sign of the times.
October 3: Susan Estrich hates cheap shots. She proved it last night, pleasing Hannity.
October 2: We start with Rushand we end with Niger. Its a day in the life of the press corps.
October 1: Some readers asked what was wrong with Chaits piece. Incomparably, we offer rich detail.
September 30: Tim rolled over for Condi again. Is it time for Tim Russert to go?
September 29: Clark just isnt like Ike, pundits say. Four years back, one hopeful was.
September 26: York searched Google to find Bush-hatred. With Clinton, it was right on TV.
September 25: Byron York knew the pleasing new spin: Bush critics must just be nutty.
September 24: Doonesbury had Bill OReilly disturbed. So he pimped a prime RNC spin-point.
September 23: Pundits want to make Clark a Big Liar, too. This time, will the good guys complain?
September 19: Saletan scolds libs for seeking the truththen repeats some prime Gingrich propaganda.
September 18: Your pundit corps aint from this earth. And they love to disappear their own conduct.
September 15: Tucker Carlson recalls a bad lie from Campaign 2K. The lie came from Bush, not from Gore.
September 12: Arnold floundered on The Factor. But his tough-talking host didnt care.
September 11: Gloria Borger cant be human. She proved it with her comment on Gore.
September 10: Why was a brilliant icon fooled? Those palaces just looked so swanky.
September 8: Brit Hume engaged in some ludicrous clowning. But Robert Lichter had his hand in the till.
September 5: Greenberg recited about scribes and lies. His theory was nothing but fatuous.
September 4: Why have Bushs real groaners disappeared? One of the experts explains it.
September 3: Incredibly, the Monthly thinks that a meaningless joke is George Bushs fifth biggest whopper.
September 2: The Washington Monthly has some good solid fun pretending to rate Bushs honesty.
August 29: Jack Shafers upset when libs yell liar. Our question: Dude! Where have you been?
August 27: Is California a high-tax state? A reader says Krugmans mistaken.
August 25: Conservatives dont want real debate, Joe said. Dennis Prager made him look like a genius.
August 22: Byron York came up with a puzzling fact. Lowry and Kaus ran to spread it.
August 20: Did Commander Bush bungle the number of troops? Were awaiting the corps righteous fury.
August 14: In New York, boys covered men. And the Post cut-and-pasted Kondracke.
August 12: Alan Murray embarrassed himself trying to avoid what Gore said.
August 11: Kondracke and Matthews spin Gores speechand Rice kisses up to Gwen Ifill.
August 8: Al Gore said were being deceived. Fred Barnes quickly made him a prophet.
August 6: Lets play Hardball? Chris Matthews takes on John Boltonbut doesnt quite pop the real question.
August 4: The press corps always gives Rice a free pass. We review an earlier episode.
August 1: Condi Rice didnt do her job. Gwen Ifill doesnt want you to know that.
July 31: They got their shot at Bush-on-Iraq. Was this the best they could manage?
July 30: The Big Story here doesnt seem to make sense. Back in March, Hersh asked the right questions.
July 29: Were off to entertain the troops. But you might want to read Mother Jones.
July 28: A Perfect Storm roared up Gotcha Gulch. So the Congo was dropped from the story.
July 26: Did Condi lie about the tubes? Why are we driving the Niger side road instead of this big superhighway?
July 25: Its easy to pick and choose your facts. We used to mock Freepers for doing it.
July 24: Biden says the nuclear intel was bunk. But the press? They prefer Perfect Storms.
July 23: Some readers swear that the press has reformed. But they’re playing the same tired game.
July 22: Condi doesnt read reportsand Andrea keeps on conflating.
July 21: Rice didnt read the entire report. Why shouldnt such a slacker be fired?
July 18: Scribes constructed a Perfect Storm. They used an old tried-and-true method.
July 17: Harold Meyerson murdered the facts as he beat up on stubborn old Cheney.
July 16: Matthews went on the air and played dumb. HOWLER readers? They were mightily satisfied.
July 15: The press corps has made up its mind on Iraq. Result? Basic facts will be mangled.
July 14: Condi Rice was bending it good. Even the Fox all-stars noticed.
July 11: They've actually started to act like a press corps. Will it last? We simply cant say.
July 9: Matthews and Mitchell seemed to act like real journalists. How long will this summer fling last?
July 8: Bungled methodology lays our work low. Prepare for a pithy DAILY HOWLER!
July 7: Evelyn Nieves ponders Deans ropy veinsand Kurtz atones for his great errors.
July 4: A new report seems to answer our question. Hard data ceased five years back.
July 3: Bushs reply was remarkably weak. But pundits will know not to notice.
July 2: Russert botched a charge, but pundits cheered. Readers! Where were standards?
July 1: Russert lobbed softballs to Candidate Bush. Readers! Where were standards?
June 30: Russert seemed to play gotcha with Dean. Why shouldnt Dems see double standards?
June 27: Are hopefuls judged by a single standard? When Russert battled Dean, we werent sure.
June 26: Exaggeration is Bushs excuse! We gaze on The Press Corps New Standards.
June 25: Bushs critics are asking hard questions. Tony Snow didnt seem to have heard.
June 24: Bushs critics are asking real questions. Judis and Ackerman list them.
June 23: Bushs critics are asking real questions. David Rosenbaum wants them to stop.
June 20: Hillarys book is dull, theyve said. Which convinces usthey havent read it.
June 19: David Brooks hadnt read Hills book. But so what? He found it dull anyway.
June 18: Carlson seems to have made a choice. Its been made all over the press corps.
June 17: Bossie pens the latest cartoonand Blankley rushes to print it.
June 16: Yardley says that Sidney was right. But so what? He trashes him anyway.
June 14: As a child, Carlson learned to fight for the weak. Which leads to a later contradiction.
June 13: Battling back like that kid from Camp Hill, Margaret Carlson sends us Sheehys second story.
June 12: Most of Carlsons book is numbingly stupid. Consider her passage on India.
June 11: Margaret Carlson has written an ugly new book. We think it goes back to a choice.
June 10: Kathleen Willey is truthful, your pundits all said. After that, they began to deceive you.
June 9: Brit said Hillary cant be believed. But guess who was mangling the facts?
June 6: Susan Forward clowned for Bill. Brace yourselves much more to come.
June 5: What ever happened to Candidate Bush? Your press corps is too scared to ask.
June 4: Is Carrolls charge of bias correct? You cant tell. In our world, facts come last.
June 3: Raspberry wonders where Dems lost their voice. He cant see the shape of the problem.
June 2: Bowden asked about WMDs. Russerts gang knew not to answer.
May 31: Sully scolds Dowd for clipping a quote. Too bad he did the same thing.
May 30: The press corps has contempt for facts. The Blumenthal Wars make that clear.
May 29: The truth about Bush is abundantly clear. Somehow, the press doesnt notice.
May 28: Bush makes a joke of his campaign pledge. But your press corps is too scared to say so.
May 27: Jayson Blair is a fake and a fraud. But then, so is Gloria Borger.
May 23: We tip our hat to Winerips workand look back as the press corps spins Sidney.
May 22: When Michael Isikoff limned Sidneys book, you could just hear him say it. Hey, rube!
May 21: Time says Sidney is massively right. Then they say, Don't buy this book.
May 20: Woodruff interviewed Sidney Blumenthal. And the Clinton wars only dragged on.
May 19: Dallek says that Blumenthals right. He just wont explain what he said.
May 16: Blumenthal wrote an important book. Janet Maslin doesnt want you to read it.
May 15: One scribe noted what Bush had done. You could call it a senior moment.
May 14: Candidate Bush lied in Lehrers face. The press struggled hard not to notice.
May 13: “You can’t believe Bush,” one pundit said. But on Hardball, they praised the full package.
May 12: Bush will push cuts every year, the Post says. But thats not what he said as a candidate.
May 9: Bennetts real vice became clear years ago. But pundits like Kinsley took a powder.
May 8: Sullys eponymous dotcom backed Bush. Torn, we give more information.
May 7: Robinson wrote about Bush, then Gore. But the press only ran with one story.
May 6: The general said Bush wasnt there. The press quickly buried the story.
May 5: Pundits recalled a leaders war record. Their memory was weakbut it served.
May 3: Bush looked manly in his flight suit. And Chris Matthews knew he should notice.
May 2: Nancy Grace does one thing well. She helps us see the cable "news" corps corruption
May 1: Where did Taranto get his key spin? Where else? From his White House minders
April 30: NBCs comely Campbell Brown tried to critique the Bush tax plan
April 29: A bracing report in the Washington Post gives the lie to twenty years of school bashing
April 28: The Dixie Chicks troubled poor Diane Sawyer. But where was this scribe in the past?
April 24: Saletan says that our pundits are hopeless. Raspberry brings confirmation.
April 22: The Post should ask the prez why he changed. And we search for some prime propaganda.
April 18: Often confused with The Hair Club for Men, The Club for Growth has an attitude problem.
April 17: Rivals were savaged in Saddams Iraq. So too in our pseudo-con press corps.
April 15: Propagandists want you to think that the Post and the Times simply dreamed up those vile, nasty doubts.
April 14: Propaganda rules on the pseudo-right. Just watch as the WashTimes slimes Clark.
April 11: Johnny Apple got sliced up at Fox. But then, so did two troubling generals.
April 10: Apple said the war was won. And then, Brit Hume started spinning.
April 8: Marc Fishers piece in the Sunday Post explores a forgotten village.
April 7: No one wished Michael Kelly ill. But a Post profile should open our eyes.
April 4: Our own Fedayeen are now making long lists. Careful, Bill! Your name could be on one.
April 3: A Post op-ed liberal hadnt read his own rag. But he did know conservative spin-points.
April 2: Foxs odd coverage of the war is a study in pure propaganda.
April 1: For two solid months, the public was spun. Now the spinners deny that it happened.
March 31: At Fox, theyre busy stifling dissent. At the Post, a Big Scribe is affected.
March 28: Try to believe that the Washington Post puts such consummate crap into print.
March 27: Sully railed at the BBCand a certain scribe knew he must follow.
March 26: Mike Barnicle remains a consummate con. And David Broder has roused from his slumbers.
March 24: David Frum goes after Robert Novakand brings Saddam right to our shores.
March 21: Who lost the budget, Paul Krugman asks. Incomparably, we help with his answer.
March 20: Why does one pundit love a dangerous war? Because Bush aint Bill Clinton.
March 19: Colin Powell emitted some spin. At the Post, it turned into a headline.
March 17: We tried to maintain a HOWLER HIATUS. But Sully brought us right out of our chairs.
March 11: Pundits mocked a zombified prez. But we spied a zombified press corps.
March 10: The corps feigned concern about Gores secret guru. No other mad genius need apply.
March 7: A speculation was turned into fact when the press corps began to spin earth tones.
March 6: That troubled gang at the Boston Globe continues its War Against John (HOWLER HISTORY continues tomorrow)
March 5: Duffys report made a fleeting remark. And the pundits were soon spinning alpha.
March 4: Weeks before the Wolf flap began, boots-and-suits made a strange earth tones prequel.
March 3: The press discovered Wolf in plain sightthen delivered a smut-laden trashing.
February 28: Recovering from a HOWLER HIATUS, we start HOWLER HISTORY on Monday.
February 26: The liberal Post keeps finding slick ways to make the accused come out guilty.
February 25: How effective was the trashing of Gore? Even Alterman still semi-believes it.
February 24: Yes, you have to buy Altermans book. But that doesnt mean that its perfect.
February 21: Matthews told his latest tale. But Joan Walsh just said, Lets play softball:.
February 20: Chris Matthews said that he knew all along. As usual, the talker was faking.
February 14: Teddy White described bias when Jack battled Dick. But by 2K, the bias had changed.
February 13: Kerrys a liar, the Globe quickly said. So wheres the rags famous liberal bias?
February 12: We postpone our series to bring you non-news about the attack on Iraq.
February 11: Alterman faces a difficult task. And then too, his task is quite easy.
February 10: The Boston Globe accused Kerry of war crimes. Are you struck by their great liberal bias?
February 7: The Boston Globe accused Kerry of war crimes. Are you struck by their great liberal bias?
February 6: Finale on Frist! And we tidy up yesterdays chaos
February 5: The Washington press corps takes a hike for their beloved Dear Leader
February 4: Humble Bill Frist hates publicity. And how do we know? Bill Frist says
February 3: David Brooks, limning Frist, shows that bio is easily spun
January 31: Where do we go to get real facts? The U.S. has a bad need for SpinWatch
January 30: We badly need a source of tax facts. But who in the world will provide it?
January 29: Is the tax code already flat? HOWLER readers are highly kerflubbled.
January 28: How much tax do the rich really pay? We read Altmanand things got unclear.
January 27: Hannity shed wet tears for the wealthy. Then along came that chart in the Times.
January 24: And the stupidest spin weve heard all week is the claim that Bushs plan is race neutral:
January 23: Rich Lowry recited a spin-point for Bush. The press has no quota on toadies.
January 22: Howard Kurtz bungles the UM facts too. At the Post, do they read their own paper?
January 21: Richard Cohenthe CIRS latest markhopes youll get mad about race.
January 20: A pundit was fooled by Bushs spin. But where did the slick spin-point come from?
January 17: Whats up with those puzzling portraits of Kerry? At long last, a Globe pundit tells.
January 16: Are corporate profits over-taxed? Dont look for this press corps to limn it.
January 15: How does the Bush tax proposal work? Real facts can be quite hard to come by.
January 13: We will get full facts about Bushs plan? At THE HOWLER, we begin a great study.
January 10: The president said his plan was bold. Sean and Bill ran to agree.
January 9: Hannity said that less was more. But then again, so did the president.
January 8: Martin Walker called the Dem dwarfs. Diane Rehm told him to stuff it.
January 7: Our pundits are back on the campaign trail. So is their trademark tomfoolery.
January 6: The Post limned Tedand we caught a glimpse of those troubling Millionaire Pundit Values.
January 3: The Post limned Tedand we caught a glimpse of those troubling Millionaire Pundit Values.
January 2: Margaret Carlson showed her liberal bias when she railed at the Outrage of the Year.
December 31: A yearand a puzzling eraare over. We offer some quotes for review.
December 30: Are you sure the Raelies are wrong? Then try to explain David Broder.
December 23: Tapped sent Straw Men off to war. Incomparably, THE HOWLER taps back.
December 20: Part 4: Why did good guy pundits sleep? Citizens should demand explanations.
December 19: Part 3: When pundits describe the 2000 race, theres something they know to leave out.
December 18: Part 2: The press corps booed and jeered at Gore. Your good-guy pundits didnt tell you.
December 17: Part 1: Why did those good guys stay so silent? We start an incomparable series.
December 16: TAPPED fights back against our blundering. We pen an incomparable reply.
December 14: Rush can dissemble as much as he likes. He knows that Howard Kurtz will stay silent.
December 13: This week your pundits are all chasing Lott. Last week, they couldn't care less.
December 12: E. D. Hill slimed a favorite target. Anyone seen Howard Kurtz?
December 11: Why wont Lott praise desegregation? Where on earth is liberal bias when the answer to this isnt clear?
December 10: Pundits tried to ignore what a solon said. Then they all raced to condemn it.
December 9: Pundits are screaming about liberal bias. We found itmissing in action.
December 7: An e-mailer challenged our Woodruff-bashing. From us, an incomparable reply.
December 6: Pundits knew how to spin the pop quiz. And look who their talking-points came from!
December 4: With his latest on Senator Kerry, Mickey Kaus becomes a full circus clown.
December 3: No one said Boo about Gores remark. Then, the RNC spin-points arrived!
December 2: Russert pushed them RNC points. Somebody go wake Fred Barnes!
November 29: Al Gore said the sky was blue. And an outraged Jeff Birnbaum said, Bunk!
November 27: Humes pundits had never heard of Myers and Tenet. They knew it was news they should lose.
November 26: Tenet and Myers made troubling statements. Your courtiers refuse to discuss them.
November 25: Theres a word for Richs column on Gore. Readers know that word. Frank Rich was lying.
November 23: Will Gore be tagged as a reinventer? The answer lies with Nagourneyand with Balz.
November 22: Limbaugh savaged Tokyo Tom. Brokaw and Kurtz left that out.
November 21: Brian and Howard found a way to spin Gore. Just try to believe that they said it.
November 20: Scarboroughs statement is blindingly obvious. But your pundit corps knows not to bark.
November 19: Gore is bitter, the Fox all-stars said. So Fineman recited it too.
November 18: The fight for the soul of the press corps is on as Target One heads back on stage.
November 15: Four easy lessons on current spin culture. With notes on The Deanand the Carlsons.
November 14: Does David Broder even know who he is? The Dean reinvents once again.
November 13: Did issues really decide the election? We hold a simpler view: Spin wins.
November 12: Why did voters vote as they did? Analysts should go where they seldom doinside the world of talk radio.
November 11: The cable nets prize those angry viewers. Jerry Nachman knew just how to get them.
November 8: We parse Dean Broders slick take on the facts. And Tailgunner Chris takes down Wellstone.
November 7: Why are Dems so timid with tax cuts? Dionne knowsbut he wont seem to tell.
November 6: The last time Cornyn made national news, your press corps knew just how to play it.
November 5: Russerts experts limned the Maryland race. How can these dudes be so clueless?
November 4: E-mailers respond to the Horton Canardand at Fox, Alan Colmes fights back.
November 1: Dissembling Sean played the Horton Card. Behind that, there lies a long story.
October 31: In Minnesota, Rick Kahn went over the top. In Washington, the lies quickly started.
October 30: Will the press be troubled by Newts misstatement? Recent history says they wont care.
October 29: When Fred Barnes speaks, Clarence Page listens. Its too bad Freds claims are so bogus.
October 28: Did media profilers blame the White Man? The evidence isalas!hard to find.
October 25: How to spin the sniper story? Why not invent racial stories?
October 24: Richard Cohen goes after the prez today. But check him out back when it counted.
October 23: The cable news nets love the sniper storyso much that they wont do their jobs.
October 22: Milbank corrects some misstatements today. Historically, theyve been allowed.
October 21: Wasting time with worthless experts, Meet the Press showed us what the corps lacks
October 19: Pundits! What about the RNC? What exactly do you dare to say about the RNCs conduct and motives?
October 17: Tim Noah issued a semi-retraction. We emitted a low, mordant chuckle.
October 16: Worthless experts debate the sniperand Iraq quickly gets a back seat.
October 15: War was Peace and Truth was Falsehood when Kristol limned Bush for the Post.
October 11: What are the facts about U.N. inspections? On Crossfire, the boys didnt care.
October 10: The Post is puzzled by Senator Kerry. Therein lies an ancestral tale.
October 9: The doctor is IN as a pandering pundit plays shrink in this mornings WashPost
October 8: Andrew Sullivan just keeps on spinnin. At the Post, Krauthammer does too.
October 7: Will Saletan thinks we done him wrong. And Eric Alterman lays out some cold facts
October 3: Kerry offered a nuanced discussion. Why cant our pundits do likewise?
October 2: Will pundits ever stop their clowning? Lets take a look at the record
October 1: Even in the face of a dangerous war, your pundits just wont stop their clowning.
September 30: Rush is scripting the news, E. J. said. And the Generals lost an unlikely star.
September 27: Can we function with seals instead of a press corps? Brits crew wants to help you find out.
September 26: What Gore said was perfectly accurate. But Brit Hume told a story he liked.
September 25: Al Gore made a naughty claim. Your pundits dissected his motives.
September 23: Why have we stuck with the Shoneys tale? It helps show how your press corps now functions.
September 20: Its now clear that the students were falsely charged. Will the press corps pursue this new story?
September 18: Most likely, Eunice Stone behaved in good faith. Who didnt? Your cable press corps.
September 16: What happened at Shoneys? The corps didnt know. So they told you the story they liked.
September 13: Why are conservatives having more fun? It's fun when there's no opposition.
September 12: Keller said the Globe was usually dependable. But why would a pundit think that?
September 11: Pundits base sweeping judgments on total trivia. Remember Gores troubling polo shirts?
September 10: Kerry has character flaws, TNR said. Evidence? He likes to play show tunes!!
September 9: Keller seemed to retract his comments on Kerry. But why did he make them at all?
September 6: A War of Words is being proposed. Lets hope that the press takes a pass
September 5: Two pundits spoke on the NEA flap. But big pundits knew to stay silent.
August 28: The NEA hates America, Carlson said. It all spiraled downward from there.
August 27: The Times concocted an ugly hoax. On CNN, pundits read from the script.
August 26: The WashTimes slandered the NEA. Your pundits, bought off, just dont care.
August 23: The American discourse has become a sick joke. On Imus, Margaret Carlson splained why.
August 22: Some say the press corps is just like pro wrestling. For us, another great act comes to mind.
August 21: Tony Blankley's lies about Gore insult the American public interest.
August 20: Where did the Times find its Slander reviewer? Repping for Bushs campaign.
August 19: The L. A. Times bungled as it praised Coulters book. And guess where they found their reviewer
August 16: Berke borked Bush in March 2000. Last Friday, he Kept Spin Alive.
August 15: Pundits trash Gore his heinous debates. But it aint what they said in real time.
August 14: You too can type a Standard Press Story. Just stick to these three simple rules.
August 13: Josh Marshall wrote on the press after all. But we still ask incomparable questions.
August 12: Two scribes finally admit that the corps borked Gore. But where were these scribes in real time?
August 9: Your press corps is happiest working from scripts. The Post's E. R. Shipp limned it nicely.
August 8: Cal Thomas checked into a fancy hotel, recalling the corps dumbest moment.
August 7: They hate Gore, Mickey Kaus deftly said. So they struggled to make Gore a liar.
August 6: Major scribes borked Gore in New Hampshire. Once again, other scribes didnt tell
August 5: Gore was borked throughout the campaign. The good guys in the press never noticed
August 2: The Washington press corps is still borking Gore. Theyll tell you odd tales. Do be careful
August 1: The press has new, pleasing tales about Campaign 2000. Be careful about these slick stories
July 31: Why did Sullivan speak for McGowan? Simple. Theyre from the same tribe
July 30: McGowans book is rife with spin. So why did one mullah approve it?
July 29: What should the culture of Blogistan be? Its run now by sultans and mullahs.
July 26: Coulters book is a fake and a fraud. Do timorous scribes dare to tell?
July 25: A nasty book which defies belief makes us ask if we have any standards.
July 24: Barnicle asked the perfect question when he interviewed Coulter.
July 23: Coulter dissembles right to the end. Check out her final presentation.
July 22: The NYT praised Coulters footnotes. It should have looked a few up.
July 20: Mickey Kaus was surely funnin when he said Coulter 1, Couric 0.
July 19: Indulging in some consummate clowning, Sullivan calls us a leftist.
July 18: Readers want tall tales about Bush. We recommend two easy pieces.
July 17: Couric v. Coulter: The facts
July 16: Milbank says routine dissembling has gotten the press corps goat.
July 15: Coulter loves inventing examples in which the left yells airhead.
July 12: Coulter baldly misleads readers throughout her laughable book.
July 11: Coulters dissembling starts on page one, with the very first claim in her book.
July 10: When will serious folks in the press take notice of Coulters bad problem?
July 9: Christopher Caldwell didnt play nice in his review of Slander.
July 8: Clinton was slimed by bad-faith reporting. The press shouldnt make it a habit.
July 5: Jules Witcovers latest well-scripted column seems to support Men in Black.