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State of Union Walloped With Bad Press - Posted February 12, 2013
To look at Washington D.C. publications today, you'd think tonight's State of the Union was the Shit of the Union. You'd also think it was already Wednesday considering the way Debbie Downer news outlets are trashing it before it even happens. "Expect to Hear an Absolutely For... [FishbowlDC]

In Defense of Himself: Daily Caller's Neil Munro - Posted November 16, 2012
On Thursday National Journal's George Condon ... [FishbowlDC]

C-SPAN Goes After Gridiron's No-Camera Rule Again - Posted March 23, 2012
C-SPAN is once again trying to break through what some believe are the antiquated rules of the Gridiron Club. Last year the club changed their bylaws and allowed a White House Pool Reporter to cover their dinner. But C-SPAN wasn't satisfied -- they wanted their cameras to be allowed in. Gridiron's... [PRNewser]

Gridiron Elects New Officers - Posted December 5, 2011
Gridiron elections were Saturday. The new president is NJ White House Correspondent George Condon. He previously wrote for Copley News Service and the San Diego Union-Tribune. ... [FishbowlDC]

NJ Announces New WH 'A-Team' - Posted August 16, 2010
Two journos will join forces to be NJ's new "formidable" White House team. They are The Atlantic's Marc Ambinder and USA Today's Aamer Madhani. The New 'A'-Team - Ambinder and Aamer - is going to ... [FishbowlDC]

WHCA Board Considers Taking Pool Reports from WH - Posted October 30, 2009
FishbowlDC Exclusive:The White House Correspondents Association (WHCA) board late last month discussed a proposal to post pool reports written by reporters on its own website, seizing control from the White House, which has long distributed the reports. The issue has been a dicey one over the years. During the George W. Bush... [FishbowlDC]

FishPoolDC: Our Insider's Notes from Today's Briefing - Posted September 10, 2009
Politics Means Never Having to Say You're Sorry: The Outburst Heard 'Round the CSPAN Dials got a little more attention today at the WH briefing, where Press Secretary Robert Gibbs channeled No Drama Obama and accepted, again, Congressman Joe Wilson's apology for yelling "You Lie!" as his chamber hosted POTU... [FishbowlDC]

Gibbs' 50 Bucks Richer Today - Posted August 20, 2009
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What, Or Should We Say Who, Is "Hot" By DC Standards? - Posted June 15, 2009
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FishPoolDC: Our Insider's Notes from Today's Briefing - Posted June 2, 2009
Crawling Toward Trip Time: With many WH press corps heavies busy packing their bags for the POTUS trip to the Middle East and Europe, the Brady briefing room saw a lot of B-team faces today. General pace was slow, a good indicator being that Press Secretary Robert Gibbs used the "won't... [FishbowlDC]

Battle of the DC Book Party - Posted February 27, 2009
On any given night in DC, champagne flutes are raised for a new book by a journo, a politico, and last night was no exception. Boston Globe editor Martin Baron and Washington Bureau Chief Peter Canellos hosted a book party at the office for "Last Lion: The Fall and Rise of Ted... [FishbowlDC]

Condon Joins Congress Daily - Posted December 18, 2008
Email from Lou Peck, editor in chief of Congress Daily, sent today: We're very pleased to announce that George Condon will be coming aboard early next year as our new White House correspondent. George is a veteran of more than 30 years with Copley Newspapers, starting out as a California-based political reporter... [FishbowlDC]

This Week In Pool Reports - Posted July 25, 2008
Hey tourists! Were you on a Tourmobile staring at the Jefferson last week? Look to your left next time -- that was the President. More after the jump... "Unlike Tucson, where curious crowds gathered, there is little acknowledgement of the presidential motorcade as it speeds through the sprawl from Ellington Field toward downtown."... [FishbowlDC]