The election results should be seen as an inherently rational demand for change in the political class and in the party system.
On the Newsstand:Media
Last month, the White House press corps exploded in frustration over its lack of access to President Obama–an incident set off by the president’s private golf outing with Tiger Woods. While choosing this episode to cite may have trivialized reporters’ concerns, their complaint touched on the real problems associated with a “new normal” in the journalist-newsmaker relationship. Politicians no longer need reporters ... Read More
Media coverage, presidential debate rules, state ballot laws, and the organization itself are all constraints of today's Libertarian Party.
Andrew Breitbart's May 2010 defense of the Tea Party in an exclusive interview with the HPR.
The HPR reports from a JFK Jr. Forum event with the PayPal co-founder and early Facebook investor.
Media coverage of, interest in, and justification for America's longest-running war.
The Occupation of Wall Street might not have any concrete goals, but that shouldn't detract from its importance.
In an irreverent take on Obama’s job speech, Brett Rosenberg of the Crimson argues that the media both overreacted and showed the changing public perception of the president. Even with the sensationalistic coverage of the speech’s scheduling problems, the media does at least point to the reduced respect for the president. Read the full article at the Crimson.
Judges should not be allowed to use non-U.S. legal codes to render decisions.
Don't trust the brain trust, at least without recognizing its limitations.
… if Firefox currently opens to the NY Times but you don’t want to pay the $15 per month that an online subscription will cost. If you choose to search for a replacement, think about what the mini-exodus from the popular news site will mean for journalistic diversity and an informed citizenry. If you choose to pony up the cash, ... Read More