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Mitt Romney would rather give tax cuts to people like himself than support people like the guy in this picture. That’s not spin, it’s a fact.
“Now” doesn’t try to make news. Wagner hardly ever lands the groundbreaking interview or elicits the controversial quote that gets everyone talking, a la Mitchell or NBC’s Meet The Press. Nor does she seek to pit her panelists against one another in an effort to stir up ratings. Hers is a bull-session rather than a brawl. It cedes the floor to a rotating salon of print and online journalists, as well as a familiar cast of network contributors, and opens a line into the newsroom insider’s view on the national political narrative.
Even at $2.60, it’s overpriced by about 3 bucks.
Friday fineness, Jessica Paré
Today is a good day for podcasts.
Check out Kurt Braunohler on WTF w/ Marc Maron!
Introducing the 2012 FiveThirtyEight presidential forecast, which now shows Barack Obama as a very slight favorite to win re-election.