Attorney Peter A. Mahler knows he's no Matt Drudge. Then again, the Drudge Report has a different purpose and audience than Mahler's New York Business Divorce blog.
Just look at ABC and CBS Nov. 22, 2005: Vol. 1, Issue No. 50 IN THE NEWS NBC Nightly News With Brian Williams Pulls Ahead; Widens the Gap Over ABC TO 1.4 Million Viewers NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams had a big ratings win last week, topping ABC's "World News Tonight" by a 16% or +1.390 million viewers - representing the program's best advantage over ABC since the week of the Brokaw/Williams anchor transition (Nov. 29, 2004). --Matt Drudge, The Drudge Report, Nov. 17, 2005 I don't watch one evening news program on television. Rather, I use the remote
Deep Throat said it all: "Follow the money." Pennsylvania lawmakers want a $11,402 raise--up from the $69,649 per year they get now. Already the fourth highest-paid state legislature in the country, the Keystone state boys and girls would surpass New York ($79,500) and Michigan ($79,600). Only California pays its legislators more-- ($99,000 now, $110,800 come December). The average Pennsylvanian earned $38,532 in 2004. Should lawmakers earn twice the state average and 8-1/2 times the minimum wage of $5.15? Is this not positively indecent? On the other hand, could it be that state legislators and members of Congress are held in such low regard--and accomplish
I read seven newspapers a day. Two of them—The Philadelphia Inquirer and The Wall Street Journal—are consumed in hard copy over coffee in the early morning. The other five—The New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Guardian, Los Angeles Times and The Washington Post—are scanned on the Internet along with regular visits to AOL’s news page and Matt Drudge’s deliciously scurrilous Web site (www.drudgereport.com). One morning, when things were going particularly badly in Iraq and former NFL star Pat Tillman was killed in Afghanistan, I saw a Web ad for John Kerry in The Times and sent him $500 charged to my American Express