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We’ve got your morning mix of media Muesli after the jump…
Paul Harvey turns 90 today. Randa Fahmy Hudome thinks she’s a female version of Bill Kristol. The gospel according to Rather and Lehrer. Somewhere Liz Glover is celebrating (and taking pictures of herself): On this day in 1888, George Eastman registered his trademark: Kodak. Two years ago, Steve Irwin left us. What to call the new anti-gaggle press briefing? A “griefing” or a “gaggle”? (h/t) “National Review Essentials Party Like It Was 2008.” Peggy Noonan explains herself. Gwen Ifill: So hot right now. DCRTV hears Chris Plante dissing Sally Quinn. The New York Observer reports, “Jonathan Klein Waits for Cheeseburger at CNN Grill”. Today’s “Angry Journalist” rant of the day: “The greatest freedom of all is the freedom to leave.” Check out today’s White House Photo of the Day from Time.
Quickly navigate Morning Reading List:
- Awkward Interactions at Heritage Foundation's Launch of The Daily Signal
- Mice Close Washington Post Cafeteria
- Is Ed Henry the Reason for Mice Problem in White House Press Room?
- MoJo Smacks Down Examiner Writer 'Investigating' Michael Hastings' Death