Kevin Miller Hotlist Matthew McConaughey Edition
What do you honor do you give an actor who has everything? He's won the Oscar. His HBO series True Detective crashed the HBO GO stream because of so much demand. The only thing fitting is to name today's edition of the Hotlist after Matthew McConaughey. We've got appearances today by CBS Reporter Sharyl Attkisson, Glenn Beck, Mike Huckabee, Edward Snowden and Senator Diane Feinstein. Let's get started!
Is the CIA unstoppable? We all know that the CIA can spy on everyone, including foreign governments. Now Senator Feinstein is mad because the CIA has been spying on congress according to Politico.
Speaking err writing of the CIA, their favorite guy Edward Snowden is warning that the internet is on fire. This cannot make the folks at Langley happy. Could Snowden be the real life version of the character Neo who destroyed the Matrix? Politico takes a look at Snowden's attempt to save privacy.
Whatever happened to Glenn Beck? He's changed directions and is a better man for it. He sits down with The National Review to discuss his new direction.
Mike Huckabee is a successful minister, speaker, radio announcer, television personality and writer. Does he want to give up all the money to make another run at the White House. He examines those issues and more with the New Republic.
Which cable network is the most fair and balanced when it comes to booking both sides of the debate? The Columbia Journalism Review took a look at both sides of the cable news wars and has the answer.
So you the government taps your computer and the only thing that happens is that you leave your job early. So much for accountability, when it comes to Fast and Furious, the IRS, and the government tapping reporter's computers, Sharyl Attkission leaves CBS due to declining airtime according to Politco.
Everyone wants something they write, shoot or post to go viral. The Colombia Journalism Review examines if going viral is an art or a science.
Do you remember the rotary dial phone? Hard to believe the land line has gone the way of the dinosaur. Speculation is building on what we can expect from the new Iphone according to Yahoo Tech.
The president has now turned to comedy to promote the faltering Obama Care program. The problem is that most Americans are crying instead of laughing when it comes to higher premiums and reduced coverage. However the entertainer in chief continues to push his agenda says CBSDFW.
The Idaho Statesman picks up the Twin Falls report concerning who was to blame for the Filer dog shooting.