Today’s Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: School district gets failing grade in accessibility, Heard on the hill: Color me political, and Fox News sees profits and viewership rise, cable news competition doesn’t.
The decision of the Congress Elementary School District to sue parents who have pestered the district for public records is, well, novel. State officials told journalist Mark Flatten, who has written a report for the Goldwater Institute about the lawsuit, that they cannot recall anything quite like it. It is new to us, too.
- Roll Call: Heard on the hill: Color me political
And while the services look like those at any posh salon, there’s one on the online menu that would only be in official Washington: For $25, Members of Congress can get a Press Touch-Up, a fast hair-and-makeup fix to make them camera-ready.
Mediaite: Fox News sees profits and viewership rise, cable news competition doesn’t
We all know how strong FNC’s ratings are, but when it comes to making money, they are surpassing the competition as well.