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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Howard Kurtz
It just became a smidge harder for Fox News haters to dismiss the network as Republican drivel.
CNN says Howard Kurtz will address his mistaken story on gay basketball player Jason Collins on “Reliable Sources,” the weekly media criticism show he hosts on the news network.
The Daily Beast announced Thursday that it has fired prominent journalist Howard Kurtz just hours after retracting a post he wrote about gay NBA player Jason Collins.
"The Obama administration spent between $2.52 million and $2.77 million for hotel rooms and rental cars during the president's 2012 trip to Mexico for a G-20 summit," proclaims Britain's Daily Mail. "Government travel documents available online show that the State Department contracted with a travel agency to spend between $1,889,383 and $2,078,327 on hotel rooms alone, for the President, the Secret Service, and the rest of the State Department and White House staff and VIPs."
Howard Kurtz, the longtime dean of print-media critics, has left his throne at The Washington Post to become Washington bureau chief of the Daily Beast.
Mr. Kurtz said in a statement provided by Fox News: "I hope to add a new dimension to Fox's coverage and have some fun while diving into the passionate debates about the press and politics."
Daily Beast columnist Howard Kurtz admitted she shouldn't be underestimated, saying, "Bachmann is relatively new to the national stage, but as anyone who has watched her in action understands, she knows how to play this game."