Patt Morrison for June 27, 2012

Chairman Issa cuts off microphone of Democrat
The discovery of two semiautomatic rifles being tracked by the United States Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) at the murder scene of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry in Peck Canyon, Arizona on December 14, 2010 eventually led to one of the biggest government scandals in recent history… or so we were led to believe by CBS News, Fox News, CNN, The New York Times, and others.
Nick Saban Press Conference Following BCS National Championship
Are you ready for some football… playoffs? After years of anticipation, controversy and the gnashing of teeth, college football will finally have a playoff to determine its champion.
History is shaped by many, but perhaps even more so by journalists and members of the media, whose choices about what stories to follow and questions to ask influence much of public dialogue (like it or not).
The Justices of the US Supreme Court sit

Is the Roberts court the most partisan Supreme Court in history?

This week, the Supreme Court handed down a controversial judgment on Arizona’s SB1070, and is expected to rule on the Affordable Care Act in the coming days.
Nora Ephron

Remembering Nora Ephron

She was the writer behind When Harry Met Sally and Julie and Julia, as well as the author of I Feel Bad About My Neck: And Other Thoughts on Being a Woman. In her films, her books, and her life, Nora Ephron was unafraid to delve into topics that many didn’t want to consider – “women’s issues” like daily duties, money, romance, and divorce.

Dan Rather pulls no punches

Dan Rather served as the anchor and managing editor of the CBS Evening News for 24 years, and the divorce wasn’t pretty.
Los Angeles Police Foundation's 10th Annual Fundraising Gala

Ask the Chief

L.A.’s top cop Chief Charlie Beck was back on the program today to talk about the latest issues surrounding the Los Angeles Police Department.
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