10:06 AM, Mar 12, 2015 • By DANIEL HALPER
The latest cover of Time magazine gives Hillary Clinton horns:
Look carefully at the space between the top of Clinton's head and the M in Time's logo.
The move by Time, whether on purpose or not, has been noticed on Twitter:
1:40 PM, Jun 20, 2014 • By GEOFFREY NORMAN
Thirty-five years ago, the first issue of a magazine called Computerworld was launched into a world that had never heard of all sorts of things that have become essential elements of ordinary life. Now, the magazine is taking a step that seems, somehow, very late in coming. It is ceasing publication on paper and going all digital.
9:05 AM, Jun 3, 2013 • By WILLIAM KRISTOL
The website Jewish Ideas Daily has been, for quite some while, a star of the web, featuring interesting original material as well as links to other worthwhile writing embodying a lively, serious, and committed approach to Jewish issues and ideas. Today, Jewish Ideas Daily has re-launched as Mosaic.
"Yes We Can: A Bullet A Day Keeps The Infidel Away."10:26 AM, Mar 1, 2013 • By DANIEL HALPER
The latest edition of the al Qaeda English-language magazine Inspire is out today. A digital copy of the magazine, provided by MEMRI (the Washington D.C. based Middle East Media Research Institute), shows a "Wanted: Dead or Alive" feature on page 10 of the new issue:
2:34 PM, Feb 21, 2013 • By DANIEL HALPER
Author Steve Brill claims that the New Republic magazine hired Democratic
lobbyist "media specialist" Anita Dunn to help secure an Oval Office interview with President Barack Obama. The magazine ran the interview, which was in part conducted by former Obama campaign aide Chris Hughes, who now owns and publishes the New Republic, on the cover of their re-launch issue earlier this year.
4:45 PM, Aug 24, 2012 • By JONATHAN V. LAST
There’s a bizarre moment in John Cassidy’s short New Yorker item on Paul Ryan. It’s not when Cassidy likens Ryan to Michele Bachmann or even when he claims that, by choosing Ryan, Romney “has thrown in his lot with the most ideological wing of his party.”
10:44 AM, Aug 24, 2012 • By THE SCRAPBOOK
Plagiarism is not a crime in any legal code, but among people who make their living with words, there is no deeper offense. The plagiarist has not just stolen the work of another writer; he has used it to disguise his own inadequacy. It is a symptom of -laziness, to be sure; but above all, it’s a crime of arrogance.
12:38 PM, Aug 21, 2012 • By DANIEL HALPER
Newsweek's cover this week is decidedly not favorable to President Obama:
And, so today, President Obama is giving an exclusive interview to Newsweek's main rival, Time magazine.
2:17 PM, Jan 18, 2012 • By THOMAS JOSCELYN
There is controversy at Guantanamo over a policy that allows authorities to review attorney-client communications. The Associated Press reports on one reason this policy was implemented in the first place:
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