When seeking insights into how to make our nation’s press corps more honest and effective, I turn to one source: the guy who was the official mouthpiece responsible for lying our nation into the Iraq War.
The parents of a former Indianapolis anti-aging clinic employee who made hidden-camera accusations about Peyton Manning’s alleged HGH use called 9-1-1 after goons turned up on their doorstep seeking information about their pharmacist son, Charlie Sly.
On Sunday, CBS’s Jim Nantz steadfastly refused to even bring up the Al Jazeera report alleging that HGH was delivered to Peyton Manning’s home. On Monday, Nantz explained why: “If we talk about it we would only continue to breathe life into a story that on all levels is a non-story.” Today we learn that the two men…
This became news a few days ago—the Friday evening before the Super Bowl, to be exact. Because of that timing, we can only assume the Redskins didn't want anyone to notice. Don't let them get away with it.
So Tiger has reportedly hired the former Bush spokesman to repair his image and help plot his return to golf, which could come March 25 at the Arnold Palmer Invitational. This isn't about the quality of Fleischer's work, we're told.
The former Bush factotum and current BCS shill discusses the playoff "scheme" with Bryan Curtis: "It's like saying we should get rid of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and hold smaller parades all across America." [The Daily Beast]