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Filmmaker: White House Correspondents Dinner Increasingly ‘Out of Touch’

A new film by former Politico journalist Patrick Gavin is challenging the culture surrounding what has become DC’s most self-absorbed annual event, the White House Correspondents Association dinner. His assessment: things started to go south around the same time Hollywood began using the event as an excuse for a four-day party.
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‘State of the Union': Tapper Finally Gets His Sunday Show

CNN announced Friday that Jake Tapper will assume the role of permanent host of the network’s long-running Sunday morning news show “State of the Union.” Since Candy Crowley’s departure late last year, CNN has been using and probably auditioning a
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Rare Agreement Between NYT, WSJ: ‘Clinton Cash’ Is a Real Scandal

On Friday, the lead editorial in the Wall Street Journal--often a mainstream conservative bellwether--castigated Hillary Clinton for the conflicts of interest exposed by Breitbart editor Peter Schweizer's forthcoming book, Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich. And, in a moment of rare bipartisan unity, the lead editorial of the New York Times--a liberal mouthpiece--largely agreed.
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NBC Champions Children’s Gender Confusion

NBC used to stand for National Broadcasting Company, but given its proclivity for attacking traditional gender roles in youngsters, it may be more accurately described as the network for Neutered or Befuddled Children.
Thomas Friedman, NYT (Peter Schneider / AP)

Tom Friedman Skeptical of Iran Deal

In the run-up to the Iraq War in 2003, New York Times columnist began to reconsider his support for the military option, as he became convinced that the Bush administration was going to mishandle the war and its aftermath. Fast-forward 12 years, and Friedman is making similar moves ahead of the final talks on a nuclear deal with Iran. In his Apr. 23 column, Friedman says that while a nuclear deal is desirable, the structure and context of the deal means "it will not be easy."

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