Back in 1968, the Washington pundit Stewart Alsop published a book titled The Center about his metaphorical home as an allegedly unbiased insider. The center, according to Alsop, was “the Washington which a political journalist sees with his tunnel vision.” More than a place, it was a state of mind. Read more»
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One of the key aspects of the poohbahs of the punditocracy that goes relatively unnoticed is how childish so many of them are. Adults understand that "the color of truth is gray." But that is often too complicated a notion to make it into contemporary debate. Read more»