When the media gets excited about a lying politician, they don't seem to realise that voters already know the truth has been buried by decades of bullshit.
So who came out on top in the eyes of the American media? Crikey intern Angus McCubbing reports.
The Washington Post has turned its back on its own source, Edward Snowden, in urging President Barack Obama to not pardon him.
Whether it's his "cruel" policies on asylum seekers, or a scandal over Johnny Depp's dogs, Tony Abbott keeps getting blasted by international TV, newspapers and radio, writes Alan Austin.
TV has Netflix. Music has Spotify. And now, news has inkl. Startup Smart journalist Kye White explores this ambitious new enterprise.
The Australian's front page -- depicting a Soviet realist-style Wayne and Julia marching before an enormous hammer-and-sickle flag-- is another chapter in the long discussion of what-the-hell-happened-to-Bill-Leak? Plus other media news.
Experienced journalists are fleeing the The Washington Post -- well, accepting redundancy packages -- but the paper's inability to back its young bloggers when making mistakes online will cost its future, says Patrick Pexton.
In today's Media Briefs: SMH sports go Japanese ... NewsBeast retracts false quote ... Wilkie and Xenophon tackle Nine on pokie remarks and more ...