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Originally posted to Daily Kos on Mon May 19, 2014 at 05:30 AM PDT.

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  •  David, it seems to me that the NYT story is (1+ / 0-)
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    really only a "story" because it involves an opportunity for self-centered media people to do some self examination.  I do believe that the issue of pay inequity is a legitimate issue, but it is less of a problem when your salary exceeds half a million dollars.  

    The coverage I've watched so far has been from Charlie Rose, who has examined this story in as much detail as I could stand.  He actually had several segments on his PBS show last week.  Thank goodness I TIVOed it so I could fast forward through the more annoying parts.  Too me it's about as interesting as a high school student body election.  At least Charlie didn't waste an entire show on this on any given night.  He did actually do a long interview with Glenn Greenwald and a segment on the falsifying of treatment records at the VA.  Much more important stories in my opinion.

    Suffice it to say that I share your attitude with regard to the NYT story.

    On another topic, one of my favorite channels to watch is Turner Classic Movies.  In fact, it's my go to channel, especially when many of the other networks have so much "reality" TV.  The only thing I find disconcerting is that more an more of their "classic" selections are movies I remember seeing in theaters as a teenager or college student.  I think we are in the same general demographic group so I can identify with you on this topic as well.

    Regarding the Idaho debate, it should be noted that this whole thing was orchestrated by the Governor who was trying to avoid debating his legitimate opponent at all.  The only way that he would agree to debate was if all candidates were included.  The inclusion of these admittedly funny crazy dudes was a largely success way of avoiding debate on legitimate issues.  Sort of like the Republican primary debates of 2012.  It's too bad that political debates have become yet another source of "reality"-based entertainment rather than a way for candidates to differentiate themselves so that voters can make an informed choice.

    Also, enjoyed your discussion of "standing" and "judicial review" with regard to the NSA today.  I'm glad the NYT reporters still have time to do some actual reporting while their bosses are throwing temper tantrums like kindergarteners.

  •  NSA: You go to war with the internet you've got. (1+ / 0-)
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    Good show on how the internet is technologically incompatible with privacy and the Bill of Rights IMHO.
    Maybe Big Software can fix it( yeah right, like they've fixed Windows).

    ..or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Internet.

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