Articles

Art Critic on 'Ideological Strong-Arming' of D.C. Gay Artists Show: 'Difference Was Sent Back Into Hiding'

Art critic Holland Cotter did not approve of the removal of a video from a Smithsonian show featuring gay artists, and made it known in a pretentious manner: "With the exhibition 'Hide/Seek: ...

CBS's Stahl Worries 'Mr. Hell No' John Boehner Will Be A 'Hardline Conservative' Speaker

Introducing her interview with presumptive Speaker of the House John Boehner on Sunday's 60 Minutes, CBS correspondent Lesley Stahl proclaimed: "...which John Boehner will show up as speaker, the ...

Body Image Battles at the Ballet

In a review of the ballet The Nutcracker, the Times dance critic caused a furor by suggesting the ballerina playing the Sugar Plum Fairy "looked as if she'd eaten one sugar plum too many."

Time Editor Previews Person of the Year: Hypes Julian Assange's 'Enormous' Impact

Appearing on Monday's Today show to reveal the finalists for his magazine's Person of the Year issue, Time's managing editor Richard Stengel hyped that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is ...

Bolivian President Calls for Death of Capitalism, Climate Tribunal

Evo Morales Cancun summit speech reveals radical anti-capitalist intentions of warming movement.

Networks Sympathetic to Violent UK Protests Against 'Skyrocketing' College Tuition

On Friday, all three network morning shows expressed sympathy for protestors in London rioting against college tuition increases, despite a Thursday attack on the royal family. While CBS's Early ...

Oh No, Europe Doesn't Approve of America's Reaction to WikiLeaks

Sophisticated Europe rolls its eyes at silly American concern over the WikiLeaks revelations. The Times takes Europe's side, seeing the concern as a betrayal of American ideals neither the Times ...

Surprise: Museum Critic Attacks 'Manipulative' Exhibit on Science in the Muslim World

Edward Rothstein criticizes post 9-11 political correctness toward the Muslim world while reviewing a flawed, propagandistic exhibition on the history of science: "Perhaps because one tendency in ...

Dem Congressman Fumes: 'F**k the President,' All Three Networks Ignore

Thursday's network newscasts and Friday's morning shows all ignored the report that an unidentified Democratic House member muttered, "F**k the President" during a closed door meeting on a ...

Nightly News Correspondent Laments Tough Fight Over DREAM Act

Previewing a vote on the DREAM Act, which passed the House 216 to 198, NBC News correspondent George Lewis empathized with supporters of the measure on the December 8 Nightly News. Lewis ...