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Dana Milbank

  1. ink-stained wretches
    Dana Milbank Survived Month of Palin WithdrawalIt wasn’t really that bad, he says.
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    Editor Nearly Ruins Dana Milbank’s Palin QuestIt briefly seemed as if Milbank had failed on the very first day.
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    Dana Milbank About to Suffer Terrible WithdrawalHe won’t mention Palin for an entire month.
  4. cable news catfights
    Roger Ailes Calls NPR ‘Nazis,’ Threatens Dana Milbank’s Balls“They are, of course, Nazis.” Of course.
  5. glenn beck
    Dana Milbank: Glenn Beck Is Paving the Way for a Mormon Salvation of AmericaSome of his rhetoric sounds familiar.
  6. ink-stained wretches
    Dana Milbank Takes On Opinion Column at Washington Post“Strongly ideological people on the left do not recognize me as one of their own.”
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    Reporters Apologize for Kind of Calling Hillary a ‘Mad Bitch’Yeah … that was not something we expected of the Washington ‘Post.’
  8. media deathwatch
    Media Survives Friday the 13th … So FarToday in media news.
  9. ink-stained wretches
    Low Temperatures, High Drama: Inside the Iowa Press Corps As you know, everyone who’s anyone in politics is in Iowa right now. But so is everyone who’s no one! That’s right, we’re talking about the press, the unwashed mass following the candidates around, scribbling and taping and snap-snapping as Hillary, Obama, McCain et al spout platitudes, stuff themselves full of local cuisine and generally attempt to maintain a grip on the love handles of the elusive midwestern vote. That’s who we want to know about. We’ve had enough of Billary and FreJeri Thompson and KuciniHottie. What about the writers, anchors and bloggers who make them who they are?? (Or at least tell us who they want them to be?) For those of you with a lurid curiosity about these sick characters, we did some digging into what the Iowa press corps is up to. And not just the Dana Milbanks and the Adam Nagourneys. (Spotted! The NYT staff having dinner at Lucca, the Italian place in Des Moines’ “East Village” that Ad Nags raved about in the travel section a few weeks ago.) We mean everyone. Take Jodi Kantor from the Times, for example.