Does the Obama Campaign have to report this Rolling Stone interview as a donation-in-kind?
I realize that more eyeballs are seeing this post than have seen the last dozen issues of the hyper-political Rolling Stone. For the 99.999999% of America that doesn’t touch the magazine with a thirty-nine-and-a-half-foot pole, here’s a list of the questions that Douglas Brinkley asked President Obama for the latest issue.
Then again, you know what? Forget “donation in kind.” Rolling Stone should be booked on prostitution charges after this printed romp in the sack.
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Roger Ailes and Mao: Basically the Same Guy
Those bastions of objectivity over at Rolling Stone magazine have taken a break from publishing off the record comments and covering the exploits of Lady GaGa to defend America against non-liberal news bias. Their target, of course, is Roger Ailes, President of the Fox News Channel. As Brent Bozell at NewsBusters points out, the alleged journalist used anonymous sources to make the obvious connection that | Read More »
Matt Taibbi on the Tea Parties
If sophistication is the ability to understand different kinds of people and grapple with different ideas, Matt Taibbi’s latest Tea Party bashing piece in Rolling Stone can best be read as an expose of the provincial unsophistication of Taibbi, his editors, and any readers who take his article seriously. Taibbi’s piece is a slovenly mess of leftist tropes, with his usual lazy approach to basic | Read More »