I read Froomkin--except now I know things are probably even worse than he's saying. Krugman's not 'til tomorrow. WaPo, the Times, and NPR are lost causes.
Not much worth reading, any more.
And although I'm sure there are many bright spots that I've forgotten -- I'd list Arthur Silber, except he's hardly a bright spot, although he is illuminating -- that's how it feels.
It's like the run-up to Iraq. The media critique was as for nothing, except to make the tactics of the hunt explicit to the feral. All I can do is lay down the record. Of course, that was six years ago. I was younger then, had more money, and wasn't so tired.