Wednesday, January 14, 2009

PYSBRIoM: Dan Froomkin

Your one-stop shopping for media news and commentary is right here in White House Watch by the Washington Post's Dan Froomkin.

Dan comments on the day's news, he excerpts and comments other people's comments, and he comments on his own comments. It's a very informative roundup of what's happening and who's saying what about it. And it's copiously hyperlinked. Some bloggers can be a bit lazy with their linking (I admit it. Sometimes I'm not in the mood.) Froomkin always gives you the link to the source material. He'll usually toss in the link to his last column(s) discussing the matter too. And he always ends with a roundup of political cartoons.

He posts Monday-Friday, usually about 1 or 2 in the afternoon. Yesterday he gave a succinct roundup of Bush administration failures and debunked the nonsensical idea that the verdict of history won't be in for a long time.

"President Bush famously asserts that history's verdict on his presidency won't come until he's long dead. But far from waiting until his corpse is cold, the verdict is largely in before he's even left the building.

Some things just aren't gonna change, no matter how much time passes."
Good stuff follows.

1 comment:

Mrs. Chili said...

Thanks for the heads up. Not like I have any time to actually READ more blogs, but I added him to my feeds anyway...