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Missing Black Girls in DC, a clarification

A reporter at NBC’s (very reliable) local Washington, DC station spoke to representatives at the police department and one of the founders of the Black and Missing Foundation, and says there has never been a day when 14 young black kids in DC have gone missing. 207 more words

Fake News

Thanking George Will -- that's right, George Will -- for zeroing in on the potentially disastrous consequences of having a President who can't be trusted to tell the truth.

Today on Meet the Press, George Will joined a growing group of conservative thinkers who — temporarily setting aside deeply held beliefs on the public policy and  role of government  — have expressed a more basic and profound concern about what it means when nothing a President  says can be trusted. 69 more words

State of Texas: In Depth - One-on-one with Chuck Todd

AUSTIN (KXAN) — This week on State of Texas: In Depth, Josh Hinkle spoke with Meet the Press host Chuck Todd during his visit in Austin during the South by Southwest Festival. 41 more words


Journalist David Gregory to speak on spiritual path at JFCS event

David Gregory, political analyst for CNN and author, says reconnecting with Judaism centered his life in the right way.

Gregory’s book, “How’s Your Faith? An Unlikely Spiritual Journey,” is an autobiographical tale about his return to faith in adulthood. 71 more words

Professional Work

No Country for Old Parties

On a cold Saturday, I was doing my laundry and browsing the internet, when I saw my old Talking Points Cafe buddy Jason in a Facebook video. 576 more words

Mainstream Media

How stupid do they think we are?

What the heck is Chuck Schumer up to here?

Sunday morning on Meet the Press, Schumer told Chuck Todd, “On the other hand, if it’s true, it’s even worse for the president. 305 more words