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Who Jails Journalists? Article
A South Korean man watches a TV broadcasting news about two American journalists detained in North Korea at the Seoul Railway Station, in South Korea. There are a total of 29 countries that jail journalists. (AP/Ahn Young-joon)

Who Jails Journalists?

The United States could really lead by example when it comes to keeping journalists out of jail, write Eric Alterman and Danielle Ivory.

Eric Alterman, Danielle Ivory

Chiller, Socialist Theater Article
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Chiller, Socialist Theater

Conservatives have lately branded the United States as the newest socialist republic in an attempt to reprise former scare tactics, write Eric Alterman and Danielle Ivory.

Eric Alterman, Danielle Ivory

Dick Cheney’s Post Presidency Article
Former Vice President Dick Cheney flexes his punditry muscles on CNN's "State of the Union."
<br /> (AP/Kevin Wolf)

Dick Cheney’s Post Presidency

Former Vice President Dick Cheney is still causing trouble, this time as a pundit, write Eric Alterman and Danielle Ivory.

Eric Alterman, Danielle Ivory

Sex and the Single Justice Article
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano has been mentioned as a possible choice for the Supreme Court. (AP/Evan Vucci)

Sex and the Single Justice

The media is obsessing about potential Supreme Court nominees’ sexuality instead of their qualifications, write Eric Alterman and Danielle Ivory. Plus, an update on George Will’s environmental reporting career.

Eric Alterman, Danielle Ivory

Codeword “Empathy” Article
The Roberts Court, photographed in 2006, is set to have a new member, as Justice David Souter, seated to the far right, will retire at the end of the term in June. (AP/J. Scott Applewhite)

Codeword “Empathy”

Conservatives already know exactly who Obama will appoint to the Supreme Court, write Eric Alterman and Danielle Ivory.

Eric Alterman, Danielle Ivory

The DHS Report: Torturing the Truth Article
Conservatives, including <i>Fox News</i> commentator Sean Hannity, above, are up in arms over a recently released Department of Homeland Security report on right-wing extremists. (AP/Douglas C. Pizac)

The DHS Report: Torturing the Truth

Conservatives fuss over a Bush report on the potential for domestic terrorism while remaining unperturbed by reports of real torture, write Eric Alterman and Danielle Ivory.

Eric Alterman, Danielle Ivory

It’s Still the Bush Economy Article
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It’s Still the Bush Economy

The media seem to have forgotten already that it was President Bush who got us into this recession, write Eric Alterman and Danielle Ivory.

Eric Alterman, Danielle Ivory

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