Posts Tagged ‘Tucker Carlson’

Betsy Rothstein Finds a Home at the Daily Caller

Oh-so-briefly unemployed blogger Betsy Rothstein has found a new home for her acidic media coverage at the conservative Daily Caller, perhaps the only site that will allow her to attract more enemies than she did during her time running FishbowlDC.
Rothstein left her job as editor of the media gossip site last week (on her own accord, [...]

Witnesses in FishbowlDC Lawsuit Include Tucker Carlson and Emily Miller

The defamation suit against FishbowlDC is already shaping up to be a real-life Seinfeld finale, only instead of the Soup Nazi, the trial's witness list includes a number of local minor media personalities.
Lawyers for local publicist Wendy Gordon filed the suit back in January, alleging that FishbowlDC editor Betsy Rothstein and blogger Peter Ogburn "falsely depicted Ms. Gordon as [...]

We Read Washington Post Outlook Section So You Don’t Have To!

The Sunday before any national election is always a landmark day for Washington Post editors and writers—it means they already know, months in advance, what the main feature in the paper's Outlook section will be. For 15 election cycles, Outlook has been home to the Crystal Ball Contest for predicting results.
This year's edition ran last [...]

When Jon Stewart Called Tucker Carlson a ‘Big Dick’ in 2004…

Jon Stewart has everyone in town (including, yes, Washington City Paper) in a bit of a tizzy this week, between the weekend Rally to Restore Sanity and the Daily Show tapings in Chinatown. But it's not the first time the funnyman has come through town and caused a stir.
Remember that infamous October 2004 episode of [...]

Predictions Come True on Blockbuster’s Death Spiral

Another Blockbuster Video location is closing. With the once-mighty national chain shuttering its Adams Morgan location on Columbia Road, the District will be only left with one store, on 8th Street SE on Capitol Hill.
While Prince of Petworth reacts with "Woah, Big Adams Morgan News," Blockbuster's closure isn't really that big a shock, now is [...]

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