The thought of anyone sleeping with Alan Greenspan makes me queasy, especially right after dinner, but the reality of Greenspan’s wife having a prominent job in TV news always seemed downright sickening. More here.
So what would it take to compel reporters from, say, The New York Times to travel a few blocks to cover the latest phase of the class war that’s been going on in America for thirty years?
Was coverage of the hurricane too intense? A better question is why don’t politicians and the media put the same amount of energy into covering the economic disaster still unfolding right under their noses?