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A clip from "60 Minutes'" look at D.C. superchef Jose Andres:

I've got an upcoming reservation at Minibar, I'm stoked.

By Ezra Klein  |  August 10, 2010; 12:14 PM ET
 
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August 10, 2010
JournoList update
Thomas Lifson

The known members of JournoList, a conspiracy to manipulate media coverage to favor leftist positions, now number 151. Which means that about 2/3 of the list remain covert operatives, still functioning without public knowledge of their membership. New additions are:


Amanda Marcotte
Karen Tumulty (often seen on cable news as a commentator)
Kevin Carey
James Fallows


Removed from the list is Will Bunch, who has denied membership via Twitter. A complete list follows below.


JournoList member Ben Smith of Politico continues doing the propaganda work of the group by publishing a piece picking up on an anonymous, unsubstantiated accusation published in GQ that in college GOP Senate nominee Rand Paul tied up a teammate to "force her to take bong hits."


Here is the list as it stands today -

http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2010/08/journolist_update.html

Posted by: ProudConservative1 | August 10, 2010 12:56 PM | Report abuse

Wow, it pays well to be a propagandist posing as a journalist, doesn't it?

Apparently the Minibar is an exclusive six person only restaurant within a restaurant where the price runs $120 per person.

Now your opinions as someone who really cares about the average American and endless conservative/independent/Republican-bashing just mean so much more to me. It pays to help get someone elected, doesn't it?

Oh well, the rest of us ignorant folk in the good ol' USA will just have to keep on doing what we do, sans your awe-inspiring intellect and incredible writing skills, while we pass on the $120 per person meals in this recession (and even after the economy improves when new faces get in town).

Posted by: jcannes76 | August 10, 2010 1:15 PM | Report abuse

I've been to Mini Bar. Its even better than it all looks and sounds which is really scary. The problem is...its almost pornographic.

Posted by: mspsfo | August 10, 2010 1:15 PM | Report abuse

An old, but excellent 60 minutes segment. I want to plan a trip to DC and visit minibar. curious to know what you think.

$120 per person to celebrate something important with family or friends at one of the top restaurants in the world is underpriced, especially if your hobby/passion is food/cooking.

Posted by: fiorehoffmann | August 10, 2010 1:55 PM | Report abuse

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