Eric Alterman observes the pervasive conservative flip-flopping on media bias.
A New York Times story about a potential presidential candidate cannot bear to tell the truth about Newt, observes Eric Alterman. But why?
The mainstream media appears to be in mourning for John McCain, writes Eric Alterman, but was he ever the politician they all thought they knew and loved?
A healthy dialogue on our healthcare system is lacking in the current debate on the issue, writes Eric Alterman.
Eric Alterman reminisces about filibustering and political "stunts" back in the days when Democrats were in the minority.
Candidate George W. campaigned against what he termed "the soft bigotry of low expectations." With regard to his relations with the media as president, such bigotry has proven to be his best friend.