Noone should forget the horror of Karl Rove on stage at this awful spectacle where, for one night, journalists and politicians show us all that they are but different faces on the same bobbing head.

David Gregory, host of Meet the Press, dances in the background.

Karl Rove gyrates in the foreground.

If this were a piece of performance art it could not more perfectly illustrate the symbiotic relationship between press and politics.

 

Those guys from Whose Line is it Anyway are still awesome, though…


Noone should forget the horror of Karl Rove on stage at this awful spectacle where, for one night, journalists and politicians show us all that they are but different faces on the same bobbing head.

David Gregory, host of Meet the Press, dances in the background.

Karl Rove gyrates in the foreground.

If this were a piece of performance art it could not more perfectly illustrate the symbiotic relationship between press and politics.

 

Those guys from Whose Line is it Anyway are still awesome, though…

Manning Verdict May Topple Journalistic Paradigm


One more before bed, just because it’s probably worth talking about or at least reading or at least posting and/or reblogging

Manning Verdict May Topple Journalistic Paradigm

Manning Verdict May Topple Journalistic Paradigm


One more before bed, just because it’s probably worth talking about or at least reading or at least posting and/or reblogging

Manning Verdict May Topple Journalistic Paradigm