The first two months of 2018 mark the half-century anniversary of the birth of a widespread and deeply consequential change in the nature of televised news. In 1968, a major media source replaced fact with opinion, not in an editorial, but in actual reporting. In January of 1968, during the Lunar New Year (“Tet”) holiday, […]
Frank V. Vernuccio, Jr.
Frank V. Vernuccio, Jr., J.D. is editor-in-chief of the New York Analysis of Policy & Government, a division of the American Analysis of News & Media, Inc. He has served in both Democrat and Republican administrations at the state and local level.
Many of the deepest concerns about President Obama’s Middle East and terror policies have been justified by recent revelations. This raises a serious question: should legal action be taken when an Administration forges a path that diverges sharply from widely accepted norms, is accomplished in an intentionally deceptive manner, and produces unsuccessful and harmful results? […]