The magazine has described Shnayerson as its de facto environmental editor, because he writes frequently on the topic, but he also has written about the likelihood of hacking of electronic voting machines, Halliburton's war-related profits, anti-terrorism data mining, global warming skeptics and other political topics. The Beto, if he declares for 2020, will be formidable — precisely because he has nothing of substance to say. D The San Diego Union-Tribune, Penni , business reporter. D Richmond Times-Dispatch, Pam , copy editor. It's not that these reporters cannot be fair. Either journalists are so lacking in ideology, or their professional norms are so strictly enforced, that it makes utterly no difference whether newsrooms include more liberals — and far fewer conservatives — than the communities they cover.
I looked at it, and it said you can't run for political office. Even Democrats now generally regard the press as a liberal entity. Obviously being married to someone ought to disqualify one from covering them for a news outlet, but what about friendships. Tom Hayhurst, Fort Wayne city councilman and Democrat who lost the congressional race in 2006 for the 3rd Congressional District. If a conspicuously married Democrat politician is engaged in sleazy shenanigans with a 22-year-old, no respectable liberal journalist wants to break that story.
All of us have multiple roles and identities in life that we negotiate. Executive Summary Over the next four months, the media establishment will play a central role in informing the public about the candidates and the issues. D Vanity Fair, Elise , contributing editor. I think my grandfather, who made most of the policies we follow, thought that preventing donations would rob them of their last right to political expression — a line he didn't want to cross. He's the only candidate I've donated to. Two years ago, Patrick Frey wrote extensively at his Patterico blog about evidence suggesting that Weiner had been.
If I were a political reporter, I might have made a different decision. I since have been informed of the policy and have told my editors I will adhere to company guidelines in the future. But the former has an official policy of discriminating against gay children; the latter has views on reproductive rights far more restrictive than those of most Americans. She has decided to use a media platform to advocate for positions that a presidential campaign that her husband is paid to work for also advocates. Millennials are the generation in America's electorate, and any day now, they will surpass the Baby Boomer generation as the largest potential voting bloc.
Why is there such a big effect on turnout? I understand the nature of the question you're asking — but it's much easier to influence the outcome of a political election by writing about it than it is by making a contribution. Where I apparently failed was in putting the disclosure in the middle of the piece, rather than at the top. Tiffany, however, has not commented on the coincidence of colors. Favate didn't reply to messages. She is a former executive editor of Vanity Fair. But the truth is that in these neighborhoods, half of the married couples living under the same roof are not one-party pairs. Kimberly Guilfoyle maintains that the white dress she wore this week to the state of the Union was not a secret sign of support for Democrats.
I support funding for Planned Parenthood. She covers billionaires, retailing and other topics. This is different from a newspaper writer who covers a political beat, and to me tips the balance in favor of my right, as a citizen, to make any legal political contribution I choose to make. Sometimes Lahr works into his work. In September 2005, the Tribune's public editor disclosed in his column that Ryan had given to Kerry, then had written a column unfavorably comparing President Bush's response to Hurricane Katrina to Oprah Winfrey's response when she visited New Orleans. If you scratch farther into the people who make these rules, say at The New York Times, they're all in somebody's pocket.
The Beto's agitprop sells and should not be underestimated. They truly make a great couple, as those things go. So, a 30-year-old New Yorker seeks a spouse from the pool of other 30-year-old New Yorkers. She then headed west for work, serving for the next five years in U. D The Korea Daily News, Chang W.
Ask yourself: Where have we seen this before? D New Hampshire Union Leader, David , sports copy editor. A blogger called these contributions to the attention of Adcock's bosses, Tony Ridder and Clark Hoyt. R to Republicans and conservative causes. Hunter received the Pulitzer Prize for criticism in 2003. We have a pretty small newsroom, 30-35 people, and we, for the most part, we all know each other's political stripes.
I'm going to call him right now. Nor did the news director, Jeff Wald. D The Hartford Courant, Bill , copy editor. Slightly over one-fifth of the sample 22 percent believes news reporting is liberally biased. No longer at Bloomberg, Wydra is starting a Web site, WydeWorld.