Lib journos summoned to secret WH meeting

Ethel C. Fenig
When you can't get the news from objective, neutral, unbiased reporters you've got to get it where you can. So even in deep blue New York there are some isolated pockets of diversity, albeit in some unusual places, which offer news not available elsewhere, including news about the people who report the news but don't want news about them in the news.

Got that? The New York Post's celebrity gossip, er names in the news, columnist Cindy Adams informs us about them in her own brittle New York style.

O summons journos


You don't know this, because few know this because it's secret because nobody wants anybody to know this because who knows why? A pack of wide open tonsils like Frank Rich, Arianna Huffington, Rachel Maddow were imported to the White House for a hear all, tell all, blab all q.t. meeting. It's been by deliberation unreported. And the raison d'etre? So America's Talker-in-Chief can brainpick, monitor their views, borrow ideas, pin the tail on the conservatives and get re-elected.

As far as known, at this moment, Adams has no news about White House requests to learn from Fox News contributors or even a sampling from American Thinker scribblers.


Oh well.

When you can't get the news from objective, neutral, unbiased reporters you've got to get it where you can. So even in deep blue New York there are some isolated pockets of diversity, albeit in some unusual places, which offer news not available elsewhere, including news about the people who report the news but don't want news about them in the news.

Got that? The New York Post's celebrity gossip, er names in the news, columnist Cindy Adams informs us about them in her own brittle New York style.

O summons journos


You don't know this, because few know this because it's secret because nobody wants anybody to know this because who knows why? A pack of wide open tonsils like Frank Rich, Arianna Huffington, Rachel Maddow were imported to the White House for a hear all, tell all, blab all q.t. meeting. It's been by deliberation unreported. And the raison d'etre? So America's Talker-in-Chief can brainpick, monitor their views, borrow ideas, pin the tail on the conservatives and get re-elected.

As far as known, at this moment, Adams has no news about White House requests to learn from Fox News contributors or even a sampling from American Thinker scribblers.


Oh well.