My Comments About Rand Paul In The New York Times

Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul has been making headlines recently for his testy media interviews, in which he has scolded, dismissed, and even “shushed” an anchor.

I wrote about one such exchange in February, and he had yet another similar incident on Wednesday with Savannah Guthrie, co-anchor of The Today Show.

I spoke to Alan Rappeport of


Baby Boy Phillips Has Arrived!

Dear Friends and Readers:

I’m thrilled to announce the arrival of my first child!

Baby Boy Phillips was born on Tuesday evening, measuring 6 lbs., 6 oz. Mom and baby are doing well and resting comfortably.

I’m going to take the next couple of weeks off to get better acquainted with our little guy, learn how to change


Five Things I Wish I Had Done Better In This Interview

Over the past three years, I’ve critiqued hundreds of media interviews. When I see a spokespersons on television, I can’t help but to identify their strengths and weaknesses as communicators.

So when I watched back the video of an interview I did with Bob Andelman (known as “Mr. Media”) earlier this week, I couldn’t help noticing


My Political Punditry In 2011: How Did I Do?

If you’re a regular reader of this blog, you know that I engage in a fair bit of political punditry.

There’s nothing even remotely unique about being a pundit – but there is something unique about a pundit who actually grades himself on his successes and failures.

Since I regularly grade public figures and try


Interview on D.C.’s WTOP Radio About Murdoch Scandal

I joined Hillary Howard and Shawn Anderson on Washington D.C.’s top-rated WTOP this afternoon to discuss the scandal that led Rupert Murdoch to abruptly close his best-selling tabloid newspaper, News of the World. 

If you missed the interview, you can listen to the three minute clip here:

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