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Latest Keith Olbermann Items
Pedro Martinez has endured and savored a little of everything in the pressure of the postseason.
Sarah Palin sent a brief yet scathing message to Twitter followers in the final hours before President Obama was due to address the nation about military strikes in Syria: Rather than bomb the Middle East country, "bomb Obamacare," she said.
A progressive tiff that's hit the media circuit is pitting Keith Olbermann against his former Current TV boss, Al Gore, with the fired broadcaster issuing a scathing assessment of the former vice-president's political prowess: He's "a clod."
Keith Olbermann is coming back to television — but not for the politics.
Turner Sports said Wednesday that Keith Olbermann will team with Hall of Fame pitcher Dennis Eckersley on its studio show during the baseball playoffs this October. It’s a familiar role and corporate home for Olbermann, who hosted baseball postseason shows on NBC and Fox in the late 1990s and began his on-air career as a sports reporter for CNN, another Turner network.
There is that lasting image of Dick Trickle in the Winston 500 lighting up a cigarette while driving his stock car with his knees during a caution lap.
Keith Olbermann and Current TV say they've settled their dispute nearly a year after Olbermann was fired by the network and responded with a $50 million lawsuit.
One thing's for sure about the Conservative Political Action Conference, which begins Thursday. It starts bright and early at 8 a.m. sharp, and on a note of traditional patriotism and respectful gravitas, countering critics at Politico who already have declared that "CPAC muddle mirrors GOP mess," and deemed the event a "carnival."
To his boss, Chris Matthews has become a statesman. His critics probably have other words.