When George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley was asked by an MSNBC anchorman last week to identify the winners and losers of the past year, there was one name conspicuously absent from Turley's list: Jonathan Turley. For of all the pundits who have achieved talk-show celebrity since the scandal broke, Turley--a liberal academic with anti-Clintonian views and a background in environmental law and constitutional criminal procedure--was the biggest winner. During one gravity-defying stretch, he appeared on at least one of the influential Sunday-morning shows for 10 straight weeks. He was a guest at various times on no fewer than 11...
Pundits: Out of Gas?
After months of bloviation, the talking heads ponder what's next. Forced retirement--or more Monica?
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