- December 4, 2006 | The Imperial City
- The Lou Dobbs Factor
Fox is shrinking, while CNN has found a new way to lure viewers—by Foxifying itself. And Dobbs’s America won’t be ignored.
- November 13, 2006 | The Imperial City
- Oh, the Humility
We are now faced with an almost oxymoronic national challenge: to be a humble superpower—just as Bush suggested back in 2000.
- October 30, 2006 | The Imperial City
- Vanity Kills
Whether or not the L.A. Times gets rescued by Geffen, it needs to take a good, long look at who its readers really are. One hint: Not us.
- October 16, 2006 | The Imperial City
- Rape, Justice, and the ‘Times’
“I’ve never felt so ill,” says one reporter about the paper’s coverage of the Duke lacrosse-team case. Luckily, a blogger’s on the story, too.
- October 2, 2006 | The Imperial City
- The End of the World As They Know It
What do Christian millenarians, jihadists, Ivy League professors, and baby-boomers have in common? They’re all hot for the apocalypse.
- September 18, 2006 | The Imperial City
- Happyish Days Are Here Again
Democrats are gleeful about their November prospects, but they should be wary of winning the battle at the cost of the war.
- September 11, 2006 | The Imperial City
- Humor Is the New Gravitas
What makes Katie Couric’s ascension to evening anchor significant is not that she’s a woman—it’s that she’s funny (and a woman).
- August 7, 2006 | The Imperial City
- Truly Inconvenient Truths
What we’re loath to talk about when we talk about Israel and Lebanon.
- July 24, 2006 | The Imperial City
- The Gay-Wedding Present
Don’t call off the caterer just yet: New York’s same-sex-marriage court defeat is a gift in disguise.
- June 26, 2006 | The Imperial City
- Surrender the Pink!
Arthur Carter is on the verge of selling his salmon-colored paper to Robert De Niro’s Tribeca gang. And Mr. Chips–ish editor Peter Kaplan thinks it’s peachy.