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Poisoning John Boehner, Talking Smack About Campbell Brown, and More: Katherine Mangu-Ward on Bloggingheads

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Come for the story of an Ohio bartender who tried to poison the weepy, mahogony House Speaker, stay for the squabble over teacher tenure and the attacks on the new face of reform, Campbell Brown. Also, there's some Mitt Romney and some Social Security privatization in there. Reason Managing Editor Katherine Mangu-Ward debates New America's Mark Schmitt in today's Bloggingheads.tv.

Mark Schmitt (New America) and Katherine Mangu-Ward (Reason)

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2 responses to “Poisoning John Boehner, Talking Smack About Campbell Brown, and More: Katherine Mangu-Ward on Bloggingheads

  1. i got an idea, instead of picking a non-problem (‘bad’ teachers), why doesn’t ms brown go after ‘bad’ journalists ? ? ?

    seeing as how there are approximately 1-10% of ‘bad’ teachers (a totally made up statistic that i bet is true), versus approximately 90-99% of ‘journalists’ have gone ‘bad’, she would be better served by sticking to her own knitting…

    oh, wait, if she goes after ‘bad’ journalists, and chances are she’s a ‘bad’ journalist, then who is left to go after ‘bad’ journalists… hmmmm…

  2. I like the idea given by art guerrilla I want to say that it should have been under considering the ideas and suggestions of readers.
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