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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Joe Concha
The Clinton comeback tour is not going as planned. "Clintons taking turns explaining family fortune only worsens their PR problem," says Mediaite columnist Joe Concha, who has followed the trajectory of the Clinton wealth matter since it first surfaced some two weeks ago, at the start of Hillary Clinton's much-ballyhooed book tour.
The news media often portray American voters as estranged from politics, confused and possibly neurotic. This is not always the case. Certain groups rule.
"Say what you will about George W. Bush. He never complained about the media coverage he received. But here is President Obama, riding high off victories in the general election … inexplicably talking about Fox News, Rush Limbaugh and lamenting how the poor state of discourse in political media today is affecting compromise in Washington," says Joe Concha, an analyst for Mediaite.
"Colbert's openly progressive nature displayed through his conservative character is not what's in question here. If he were a big conservative, it's the same conversation," Mr. Concha says, citing the prowess of late night rivals
actually come to fruition," Mr. Concha says.