The Clinton Global Initiative, which took place in Denver last week, received a showy national platform yesterday via an extended Meet the Press segment featuring former President Bill Clinton. Among the questions posed by host/interviewer David Gregory was one about medical marijuana, and Clinton's ... More >>
Barack Obama's supporters think he's a remarkable man. But if what Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper revealed on Meet the Press yesterday is true, he's even more astonishing than even his biggest fans believed. Why? Because as you can see in the video below, Hick said the U.S. economy had been she ... More >>
Ken Buck.Dems pounced after Republican candidate Ken Buck likened homosexuality to alcoholism on Meet the Press. And while Buck's spokesman pooh-poohed the controversy, activists like One Colorado's Brad Clark aren't ready to move on. Clark is among those appearing at a press conference at 1 ... More >>
Ken Buck.From a style perspective, Ken Buck acquitted himself well in his nationally televised debate with Senator Michael Bennet on NBC's Meet the Press yesterday. He came across as forceful and direct, in contrast to Bennet's occasionally halting hemming and hawing. But Buck made the key m ... More >>
Ken Buck.On Sunday, Ken Buck compared homosexuality to alcoholism during a nationally televised Meet the Press debate with Senator Michael Bennet -- and host David Gregory also brought up Buck's decision not to file rape charges in a much-debated 2005 case. Not that it matters much, accordin ... More >>
Aaron Harber and David Gregory. Aaron Harber recently returned from a trip to Princeton University, his alma mater, where he hobnobbed with folks who will or may turn up as future guests on his signature Channel 12 program. In addition to taping shows featuring former U.S. Attorney General Nicholas ... More >>
Can an Obama press secretary entertain the trained monkeys press corps as well as President Bush did? If the polls hold up and Barack Obama is elected president, among the first decisions he'll make is selecting his White House Press Secretary. It's also one of the most important decisions, becaus ... More >>
NBC's David Gregory. During the Democratic National Convention, the back corridors of the Pepsi Center didn't only serve as a staging area for carefully planned "spontaneous" demonstrations. They also led to green rooms and dressing rooms for assorted media organizations -- and lucky thing. Over t ... More >>
With Tony Snow out, Colorado-reared Dana Perino steps into one of the most thankless posts ever: White House press secretary.
A journal of the media madness sparked by the JonBenét grand jury.