Monthly Archives: September 2016

WaPo report: razor-thin Clinton “edge” even in 50-state hand-picked poll






WaPo headline reverses the story My morning paper on September 7 had an unusual feature. The 9-16ths-inch headline on The Washington Post’s front page trumpeted, “Clinton has edge in 50-state poll.” Inside, a special pull-out section on “CAMPAIGN 2016” seemed to expand the story. Actually, it contradicted the headline. Let’s start with the easy part–pictures. This parti-colored Read More

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Double threat tonight: The presidential debate, and the media coverage afterward






Live-blogging the September 26 presidential debate Warm-up thoughts, jotted down to start with –Resisted temptation to use quotation marks around debate and coverage, in title above –Bruising still not healed from media handling of that first Democratic primary debate on September 13, 2015. Lemmingword of the day: “commanding.” –Guess we all got our marching orders. Read More

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Pneumonia and Dishonesty






As has now been disclosed, Secretary Clinton was diagnosed with pneumonia on Friday, September 9, according to the statement by her physician, Dr. Lisa Bardack. Her campaign revealed the diagnosis on Sunday, September 11–five hours after a videotape aired her condition. Setting aside duplicity, spin and careerism, from the perspective of the body politic there Read More

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