The truth about corporate lying

by Craige McMillan -- It's just one day's reporting, mind you, but even the Wall Street Journal is finding it hard to hold a charitable view of corporate America these days. Here's more…

Revamping the media

by Craige McMillan -- President Bush finally lost his temper with a U.S. reporter covering his European tour in France. Here's a brief excerpt of the interchange: Bush: "So you go to more…

Maybe it's all Microsoft's fault?

by Craige McMillan -- DATELINE 2010, SEATTLE – Bill Gates testified today in Microsoft's ongoing antitrust appeal, now in its third iteration from the U.S. Supreme Court, that removing the Internet from more…

Doctor Cowvorkian

by Craige McMillan -- One of the great things about traveling rural and small-town America is the people you meet. It's no good pretending when you move out here. Folks size up more…

The media does an about face?

by Craige McMillan -- While it didn't make the news cycle during the Mideast violence, the thinking in newsrooms seems to have primed the pump for a major shift in U.S. media more…

Is there anything liberals won't lie about?

by Craige McMillan -- Conservatives always make the same mistake. We expect liberals to tell us the truth. Just once. About something. Anything. But they never do. Think I'm being too harsh? more…

Country living, city dying

by Craige McMillan -- The recent fatal fall of a 22-year-old woman from a tree that protesters had inhabited for the past three years in an Oregon forest – to prevent its more…

Medicine contracts a deadly disease

by Craige McMillan -- Ultimately, liberalism destroys everything it touches. The disease's carriers, however, go on and on, infecting innocent bystanders and even entire institutions with a dread disease without so much more…

Moral equivalency of the left

by Craige McMillan -- There's a nauseating scent choking the newsrooms of America, oozing out into the towns and villages from newspapers, radio and television. You can almost see waves of it more…

Rush from judgment

by Craige McMillan -- "Experience has taught me that it is wrong and cruel to suspend judgment, that nonjudgment is at best indifference to the suffering of others, at worst a disguised more…