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  • Sorry for 2011

    When famous folks majorly goof, apologies often follow. Unless you're Donald Trump. Here's our top five favorite mea culpas of the year. 5. "Also, I'm sorry for the confusion that I may of caused to those at the Coroner's office. Won't happen again,...
  • Merriam Webster's word of the year

    Merriam Webster's word of the year
    At first blush, the late North Korean leader Kim Jong-il would appear to have little in common with Keith Olbermann, Steve Jobs and Moammar Gadhafi. (Well, maybe a little in common with Gadhafi. But stay with us here for a minute.) Despite their distinct...
  • From Canyon To Cove: The woman behind the Golden Wiener

    It was mid-June, and we were awash in the seasonal gloom when a box arrived at the editorial offices of the Coastline Pilot. Inside the box, nestled in brown and gold packing material, was an 18-karat gold wiener. It also happened to be the week that...
  • Rupert Murdoch, Sheila Dixon, John Edwards -- the media and public shame

    Rupert Murdoch, Sheila Dixon, John Edwards -- the media and public shame
    I have been thinking about media and public shame a lot lately. And events this week with Rupert Murdoch globally and Sheila Dixon locally have focused my troubled thoughts. The litany of public figures who have been in the news lately for behaving...
  • Will Murdoch scandal make us pull back from Brit tabloid values?

    Will Murdoch scandal make us pull back from Brit tabloid values?
    As the scandal that sunk Rupert Murdoch's News of the World continued to unfold last week, one of the questions that loomed was whether there would be any fallout on this side of the Atlantic. What most American analysts were wondering was whether...
  • ABC, NBC and the shameful business of news operations buying interviews

    ABC, NBC and the shameful business of news operations buying interviews
    Last Sunday, I wrote about the way in which British tabloid values had already taken root in American media and corroded the soul of our press. I was challenging the conventional wisdom here that our journalistic standards are somehow vastly superior...
  • Personal and private lives

    A recent poll by the Public Religion Research Institute has revealed that religious Americans think a financial scandal is worse than a sexual one. The poll was conducted in the wake of several high-profile cases of politicians making headlines for their...
  • How are NBA, politics alike? Let us count the ways

    How are NBA, politics alike? Let us count the ways
    Today we've got all kinds of serious and infuriating items. But first, let's start with something fun — news that Magic coach Stan Van Gundy wants to be a politician. Yep, he told the Orlando Sentinel's Zach McCann as much this week. Now, Coach...
  • Daum: Newt's debt to Clinton

    Daum: Newt's debt to Clinton
    So it's official. No one really cares that Newt Gingrich is an egotistical, vainglorious scoundrel, at least where women are concerned. Sure, his ex-wife went on TV two days before the South Carolina primary and re-dished a bunch of dirt about their...
  • Love, Republican style

    Love, Republican style
    Forgot to get a Valentine for your sweetie? Time’s running out, but if you’re really desperate, the Republican Party’s own love doctor, Reince Priebus, has dispatched his crack communications staff to spread the love. The Republican...
  • Conservative blogger, author Andrew Breitbart dies

    Conservative blogger, author Andrew Breitbart dies
    Andrew Breitbart. a conservative blogger who drew a large following with his rants against Hollywood excesses and "liberal journalism," has died at age 43. Breitbart's career trajectory illustrated the speed of today's media world -- he moved rapidly...