July 15th, 2008


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Top read: Dan Froomkin talks about the lawlessness of the Bush presidency, Tony Snow, selling access to the White House, and more.

"The biggest political story of 2008 is getting little coverage. It involves the collapse of assumptions that have dominated our economic debate for three decades."

"The average American doesn't have enough intestinal fortitude to tell someone to shut up if they are talking in a movie theater. You know how hard it is to take on your chain of command? This isn't the shift manager at KFC." (Courtesy ninjacooter.)

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Accessibility: J.J. Abrams takes his lessons learned into his new show, Fringe.

DC Comics, seeing success on Marvel's side of the fence, looks to a new age in Hollywood.