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Latest Richard Stengel Items
Not long before he left his job as managing editor at Time magazine for a post at the State Department, Richard Stengel delivered some bad but not unexpected news — the magazine needed to cut staff to close a budget gap.
News media and politics in the age of Obama have grown uncomfortably close. So many journalists have found employment in the Obama administration that the phenomenon has become a story itself, with a dozen news organizations tracking the cross-pollination between the two and speculating on the implications.
Time Magazine's top editor, Richard Stengel, quit his position and traded in his private sector pin for a civil service badge as the newest member of the Department of State.
For the better part of a decade (and probably longer), there has been a cottage industry among liberal commentators dismissing the Constitution as broken and outdated. In 2011, for example, Time magazine's Richard Stengel announced that the Constitution has no place in a society with text messaging and Lady Gaga.
President Barack Obama has been named Time magazine's "Person of the Year" for 2012.
President Obama has been named Time magazine's "Person of the Year" for 2012.
A memo to Time Magazine regarding the top 50 blunders at the "Creation."