If nothing else, Monday night's dueling prime-time addresses to the nation by President
The narcissists and emotional adolescents in Congress and the
And at this crucial moment when we need the down-the-middle, keen analysis that
I can't remember the last time I was as angry as I was last night when CNN decided it was going to stick with Mr.
I know it was the 9 p.m. time period that usually belongs to Morgan's drippy
After all, he's been pretty busy lately trying to knock down allegations as to what he did or did not have knowledge of while he was editor of the Daily Mirror and/or
I am serious, it was ridiculous to have that superb crew of CNN
I tuned out when Morgan interrupted David Gergen, one of the savviest analysts in the history of political television, while he was trying to make a point. Have you ever heard Blitzer or John King or any other CNN anchor interrupt Gergen?
Memo to Morgan's producer: Spare me the angry email about the difficulty of interviewing via remote. I've been there, and there is no technological excuse for Morgan stepping all over the words of the folks who actually have some wisdom to share.
Maybe, I should be thankful to CNN.
Normally, I would have stuck with them all night for analysis and context, and gone to bed a better informed citizen at this dark time in our nation's life. But by going with Morgan, CNN drove me to channel hopping. And I must say I was pleasantly surprised by what I found elsewhere.
It certainly was a far cry from mid-term election night when the
I loved his post-speech analysis, and I was reminded of how fast, smooth and incisive he can be on the absolute run. It was Henry's first day on the job for
What I found on MSNBC and Fox made me feel better last night.