Tina Brown

Forget 'The Wimp Factor'; Now It's Time for Obama to 'Hit the Road'

Mon, 20 Aug 2012 09:01:41 -0700 Newsweekeditor andprovocateurTina Brown must be thrilled that Niall Ferguson's "Hit the Road, Barack"cover is the talk of the morning, but, actually, it's not because the essay hit on some universal truth or was an exquisite piece of journalismit's because everyone is cutting the piece off at the knees.First off, Brown and the crew at Newsweek deserve a slow clap for their amazing trolling … http://news.yahoo.com/forget-wimp-factor-now-time-obama-hit-road-160141334.html

Does Newsweek's new Obama cover contain racial slur?

Mon, 20 Aug 2012 11:40:28 -0700 Tina Brown is no stranger to controversy, especially when it comes to her tenure at Newsweek. Since Brown took over as the editor-in-chief of the newsweekly, she has managed to put out one much-slagged cover after another. more http://www.charlestoncitypaper.com/HaireoftheDog/archives/2012/08/20/does-newsweeks-new-obama-cover-contain-racial-slur

Tina Brown on 'Scaremongering' and Newsweek

Wed, 25 Jul 2012 02:53:05 -0700 The editor of Newsweek Daily Beast wrote to reassure staff members after comments by Barry Diller about the future of a print version of the magazine. http://mediadecoder.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/07/25/tina-brown-on-scaremongering-and-newsweek/

The Diana Chronicles (Hardcover) tagged “tina brown” 22 times

Sat, 14 Jul 2012 22:05:51 GMT The Diana Chronicles The Diana Chronicles (Hardcover)By Tina Brown 418 used and new from $0.01 Customer Rating: 3.8 Customer tags: princess diana(55), british royalty(25), tina brown(22), diana books(15), diana(14), lady diana(14), princess(7), princess of wales(6), captivating(4), new(4), diana chronicles(3), death of a princess(2) http://www.amazon.com/The-Diana-Chronicles-Tina-Brown/dp/0385517084/ref=tag_rso_rs_edpp_url?ie=UTF8&creative=381421&tag=cclub-20

Brad DeLong: Tina Brown fooled by Onion article about Obama …

REPORT: Tina Brown fooled by Onion article about Obama, runs it as Newsweek cover story #gaffe #mediafail The Daily Edge (@TheDailyEdge) August 20, 2012. http://delong.typepad.com/sdj/2012/08/tina-brown-fooled-by-onion-article-about-obama-runs-it-as-newsweek-cover-story.html

The Importance Of Accountability: Should Tina Brown Stand Trial For

The Internets are aflame with debunking and mockery of Niall Ferguson's front-page attack on Pres. Obama in Newsweek. Perhaps the most comprehensive fact-check is this offering from Matt O'Brien at the Atlantic: "rather … http://www.poisonyourmind.com/2012/08/the-importance-of-accountability-should-tina-brown-stand-trial-for-murdering-a-homeless-child/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=the-importance-of-accountability-should-tina-brown-stand-trial-for-murdering-a-homeless-child

Had Enough Therapy?: Has Obama Lost Tina Brown?

What was Tina Brown thinking? Choosing Niall Ferguson's take-down of President Obama as Newsweek's cover article and entitling it: Hit the Road, Barack she was surely trying to say something. If anything, she is … http://stuartschneiderman.blogspot.com/2012/08/has-obama-lost-tina-brown.html

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The Diana Chronicles, Tina Brown, Good Book

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7 Responses to Tina Brown

  • Anonymous says:

    Is It Okay If Your Favorite Music Artist Isn’t From Your Favorite Music Genre? For example, my favorite music artist of all time is Tina Turner but my favorite music genre is Heavy Metal. Tina Turner is not Heavy Metal. She sings Rock, Pop, and R&B. I think it’s okay but some people think it’s weird and don’t understand it. I consider myself a part of the Heavy Metal subculture but I also feel like it’s okay to like music outside of that culture as well. My other all time favorite artists include Iron Maiden, Judas Priest, Dio, Ozzy Osbourne, Black Sabbath, Metallica, Def Leppard, Michael Jackson, Aretha Franklin, James Brown, etc. What do you guys think?

    • Curator says:

      Of course it’s OK. Just because you’re a Heavy Metal doesn’t mean you can’t like other stuff. Heavy Metal is awesome but there are good artists from other genres too. I kinda forget there are different genres and categorize music just as “good” music or “not worth listening” music.
      Relax. People like to judge. The fact that you like Tina Turner’s music doesn’t make you less Heavy Metal.

  • Anonymous says:

    Is This Really The Best Black America Can Offer? Rappers singing about booty twerking and slapping hos, black women dancing in the videos nothing short of dry humping each other. Then there are those who simply have no talent and depend on auto tune to sound good, like T-pain. Imagine these guys are singing ENTIRE songs about how much gold they got on their “grill”. Even the r&b artistes who usually sing slow soothing love songs are following the trend. Their lyrics leave much to be desired. Chris Brown sang a song recently where the words “don’t wake me up” was pretty much the only lyric in the whole song….Trey Songz and Usher singing about having sex in the club and all this sort of nonsense. Can’t we as black people do better? Where are the Stevie Wonders, the Aretha Franklins, the Gladys Knights, the Tina Turners and the Ella Fitzgeralds of our era? Is Lil Bow Wow and Soulja Boy really the best we can do?
    @DJ..you gotta be freakin kiddin me…
    @tugboat…i warned ya!

    • Curator says:

      Yeah. But Black females out of the UK seem to make some great music.

      >> A lot of people love oldies though! I have a “Retro” playlist on my Spotify that many of my facebook friends have subscribed to. It’s filled with any and all songs I can find from the 1940-1960s. Nat King Cole, Jackson 5, Tony Bennett, Sinatra (not black, i know), Smokey Robinson, Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitz, Billie Holiday, Marvin Gaye, Sam Cooke, etc… that playlist has more subscribers than any of my others, and my other ones are “Country” “Classic Rock” “Rock” (<-- that one is mostly 90s rock), "Pop/Rap/R&B" and "Rainy Days" <-- which is just slow music like Jack Johnson and Norah Jones, Corinne Bailey Rae, etc. So they could definitely still have a market with more innocent music imo.

  • Anonymous says:

    Who’s Your Favourite Singer From This List? Chuck Berry.
    Buddy Guy.
    Muddy Waters.
    Wilson Pickett.
    Jim Morrison.
    John Lennon.
    Bob Dylan.
    Howlin’ Wolf.
    Ray Charles.
    James Brown.
    Barrett Strong.
    Little Richard.
    Otis Redding.
    Aretha Franklin.
    Big Momma Thorton.
    Johnny Cash.
    Kenny Rodgers.
    Willie Nelson.
    Hank Williams.
    Roy Orbison.
    Eddie Cochrane.
    Jerry Lee Lewis.
    Buddy Holly.
    Bob Marley.
    Michael Jackson.
    Frank Sinatra.
    Dean Martin.
    Bobby Daren.
    Ella Fitzgerald.
    Tom Jones.
    Nat King Cole.
    Michael Bublé.
    Elton John.
    David Bowie.
    Iggy Pop.
    Ronnie James Dio.
    Bruce Dickenson.
    Freddie Mercury.
    Robert Plant.
    David Gilmour.
    Roger Waters.
    Roger Taylor.
    Syd Barrett.
    Ozzy Osbourne.
    Louis Armstrong.
    Bill Withers.
    Dolly Parton.
    Patsi Clyne.
    Whitney Houston.
    Tina Turner.
    Cindy Lauper.
    Robbie Williams.
    Stevie Ray Vaughan.
    Billie Holiday.
    Lionel Richie.
    Barry White.
    Lou Rawls.
    Louis Prima.
    Elvis Presley.
    Sting.
    Prince.
    Paul McCartney.
    George Harrison.
    Ringo Star.
    Mick Jaggar.
    Bonnie Tyler.

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