Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal is either the luckiest or unluckiest man in America. Every year about this time, he gets slammed with a potentially catastrophic natural disaster and has to miss all the fun.
Kathleen Parker @ Media Notes, By Howard Kurtz - from Washingtonpost.com - on 29/8/12
Come September when changes at The Times-Picayune take effect, not only will New Orleans become the largest city without a daily newspaper, its residents will likely become some of the most disconnected in the country.
Tracie Powell @ Poynter - TV / Radio - on 5/7/12
Last night, I stumbled upon Mother Jones' Kevin Drum and Steve Benen of Washington Monthly having something of a congenial colloquy on "The Weird Politics of Simpson-Bowles. ".
Jason Linkins @ The Huffington Post - Media - on 16/3/12
Well, folks, it's time for Super Tuesday -- the moment where the race to determine the GOP nominee for president becomes. . . well, "Super," anyway.
Jason Linkins @ The Huffington Post - Media - on 5/3/12
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer and President Barack Obama made waves last week over their heated exchange at an Arizona airport. On Monday, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal weighed in on the incident, noting that the tense moment reminded him of his own 2010 drama with Obama.
The Huffington Post @ The Huffington Post - Media - on 30/1/12
Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) said he prays because he's "prone to make a lot of mistakes" Wednesday at a presidential campaign stop in Muscatine, Iowa.
The Huffington Post @ The Huffington Post - Media - on 22/12/11
Last month, we made note of the fact that a schism had erupted in the wild world of Birtherism, with a breakaway faction turning their lunacy on Florida senator and frequent-object-of-presidential-speculation Marco Rubio (R) and the WorldNetDaily set objecting to Rubio's victimization. Well, over at Naked DC, Liz Mair points to this article in today's St.
Jason Linkins @ The Huffington Post - Media - on 20/10/11
The Washington Post reshuffles its foreign bureaus. And Ezra Klein's blog gets relaunched and staffed up. The New York Times launches an India-specific website. Nikki Haley calls a South Carolina reporter a “little girl. ” News Corp. board nominee draws scrutiny for a possible conflict of interest. Fox's Beckel lets another bad word slip as he gets ganged up on.
Politico - On Media - on 9/9/11
One year ago on Friday, the runaway oil well in the Gulf of Mexico was capped, ending one of the longest-running and most popular reality news shows in American history. At the time I was the Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), and one of a small group of people who led the Obama administration's communications response to the unfolding disaster.
Sean smith @ The Huffington Post - Media - on 15/7/11
Three years ago, John McCain cancelled a Louisiana campaign appearance on an oil rig with Bobby Jindal after a tanker split in two and oil began to float down the Mississippi River. I had been invited to cover the election for Jay Rosen and Marc Cooper's Off The Bus offshoot of the Huffington Post, and the story Oil of Delay: McCain Cancels Louisiana Trip After Barge Spill seemed a natural.
Karen Dalton-beninato @ The Huffington Post - Media - on 9/2/11
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