The Associated Press, the largest U.S. Wire service, has only been allowed to photograph Obama in his office on two occasions, according to Associated Press Director of Photography Santiago Lyon.
Lyon said the administration’s control of photo access and use of official photos amounts to propaganda. — More.
White House administrations putting out propaganda? Who knew?
Only in this Justice Department could flattery get you a prison term.
Who is left to
investigate the investigators? Seems to me the last federal agency left the building and turned out the lights.
Meanwhile, here’s the headline of the day:
Secret Service gone wild: White House edition
If you thought the idea of universal access to birth control for women who have health insurance sounded too good to be true, well yeah. It turns out that Obama forgot to get permission from the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. — More.
Education historian Diane Ravitch points to the self-contractions of the White House education policy and mentions Metro Nashville Public Schools as a cautionary tale: — More .