If You Missed Deconstructing Obama on Book-TV

Jack Cashill
The Saturday evening debut of my presentation of Deconstructing Obama was postponed to accommodate the passing of David Broder.  The show did air Sunday morning, but for those who missed it, the show is now available online: http://cs.pn/guailO 

The beauty of C-SPAN is that it sends raw video information into America's homes unedited.  The New York Times' Thomas Friedman has called the Internet "an open sewer of untreated, unfiltered information." I suppose he could say the same of C-SPAN.  To those of us who do not dwell in New York newsrooms, however, a sewer by any other name would smell as sweet.

The Saturday evening debut of my presentation of Deconstructing Obama was postponed to accommodate the passing of David Broder.  The show did air Sunday morning, but for those who missed it, the show is now available online: http://cs.pn/guailO 

The beauty of C-SPAN is that it sends raw video information into America's homes unedited.  The New York Times' Thomas Friedman has called the Internet "an open sewer of untreated, unfiltered information." I suppose he could say the same of C-SPAN.  To those of us who do not dwell in New York newsrooms, however, a sewer by any other name would smell as sweet.