New Media continues to undermine national boundaries. As the riots unfold on the streets of Iraq, I'm getting photographs and updates through Twitter. Twitter: It's More Than Ashton Kutcher.
With Twitter, CNN, Facebook, blogs, YouTube, and cellphones, domestic affairs can't be insider affairs anymore. We have access to them, and they have access to us. Media and Politics is traditionally taught as an American government class, but media is really an international creature now.
Sullivan asks why isn't MSM covering the Iran election? McArdle says, "The print media is hamstrung by the fact that they've slashed their
foreign bureaus to the bone–and then amputated the bone. There are
too few journalists in too few places to cover a big story like this."