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Posts Tagged ‘Nicholas Confessore’

ICYMI – Biggest Lib Super PAC; Sochi Security; Hannity to SOTU; Beer, Pot, and Rx for Biebs

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In case you missed it, here are some stories that posted across the web in recent history.

Blimplike surveillance craft set to deploy over Maryland heighten privacy concerns by Craig Timberg for The Washington Post.

Biggest Liberal ‘Super PAC’ to Fund Possible Clinton Bid by Nicholas Confessore for The New York Times.

Worry builds over Russia Olympic security by Philip Ewing for POLITICO Pro.

Hannity to attend State of the Union with Rep. Gohmert, may run for office in Texas by Nick Swartsell for Dallas News.

And for the third day in a row ladies and gentleman, Mr. Chris O’Shea for FishbowlNY with Today Show Models Team USA Olympic Opening Ceremony Outfits.

And likely one of the biggest stories of the day, Justin Bieber arrested on drunken driving, resisting arrest charges by Alan Duke for CNN.

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Lanny Davis Rips Media on ‘Innuendo Journalism’

Blaming the media has never really fallen out of fashion. Former Special Counsel to President Clinton Lanny Davis is out with an op-ed about what he says is poor and sloppy media coverage of the Clintons. Headline: “The anti-Clinton media: Here we go again.”

Davis shreds everyone from NYT columnist Maureen Dowd for holding the Clinton’s responsible for the Huma Abedin situation, to her colleagues Nicholas Confessore and Amy Chozick on their story about the Clinton Foundation racking up deficits. He complains that the NYT coverage relies on “anonymous sourcing” and “innuendo.” He goes on to knock someone he deems one of Washington’s “best political reporters,” Politico‘s Maggie Haberman. Read more