The tone of the Apple story was outrage that one of the world’s most valuable companies wasn’t paying its fair share – no matter that it is operating legally.
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This administration does not support a free press, no matter what Obama says. His actions speak louder than his words.
Skunk works are not too common in government, where people can scarcely blow their nose without posting a notice pursuant to the Open Meetings Act.
Maybe CNN should read the Detroit News Politics blog over breakfast.
News outlets are in such a rush to get the story first that they don’t take the time to get the story right.
The sequester freak-out is also about a partisan American media that can’t see past White House press releases to the reams of investigative work detailing the federal government’s epic waste.
It’s the crime, stupid. My Politics colleague, James Dickson, is worked up today and for good reason. Detroit, The Murder Capital, is a back – yet you wouldn’t know it from media coverage.
It seems the White House press corps got a little teed off with the golfer-in-chief because reporters couldn’t tag along on President Obama’s weekend golf outing with Tiger Woods. The only journalist allowed on the links for the ‘historic’ day of golf was Golf Digest writer Tim … Continue Reading →
Welcome to our RNC delegates who are blogging here this week. Looking forward to their insider accounts of the show in Tampa. And by show I mean, these conventions have long become little more than elaborately staged productions designed to seize free television coverage for the political parties as we enter into the final stretch … Continue Reading →
The Detroit News is 139 years old today. Happy birthday and many blessings to this fine publication on the path to the next one. Thanks for letting me crash here for some of those years. [Photo via Detroit News on Facebook.]