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By John R. Bolton
The president fiddles at his domestic altar while the world burns
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Jim Roberts
President Barack Obama worried and Republicans celebrated when they first heard the news. But not so fast: In the split-second rush to report the Supreme Court's health care decision Thursday, CNN and Fox News Channel got it wrong.
The analysis of Sarah Palin's emails over the past few days may end up teaching us more about the future of journalism than about the former Alaska governor's past.
When Western communist sympathizer Lincoln Steffens returned from the Soviet Union in 1921, he infamously proclaimed, "I have seen the future - and it works."
"It's almost stupidly obvious to say, `We want to be right,' but we want to be right," he said.
Caution was discussed ahead of time during several planning meetings at The New York Times, said Jim Roberts, assistant managing editor.