Ana Marie Cox

Ana Marie Cox writes the On Politics... And Whatever column for the Guardian 

Ana Marie Cox appears in the following:

That's My Issue: The Soapbox

Friday, August 24, 2012

Somewhere in the boxes of family photos that document all kinds of questionable childhood decisions (the perm in eighth grade, the Little House on the Prairie dress I wore to school once) is a photo of my first wrong call in politics. It was ...



Monday, February 07, 2011

AOL is set to acquire the Huffington Post and make Arianna Huffington head of all editorial content for the company. Jeff Jarvis, Author of the blog BuzzMachine and professor at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, Ana Marie Cox, GQ Washington Correspondent and founder of the Wonkette blog, and Betsy Morgan, former CEO of The Huffington Post and current President of The Blaze, discuss what this move means for the the future of the liberal online community, and the media landscape in general.

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The 2010 News Quiz: Ana Marie Cox

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Ana Marie Cox, founding editor of the Wonkette and Washington correspondent for GQ magazine, tests your knowledge of the year in politics and public policy.

Tidbits From the Show: Lame Duck Congress: What was the Biggest Accomplishment? | Jimmy McMillan, Soul Singer | Our 2010 Census Project | Christine O'Donnell is Not a Witch | Biden Health Reform Haikus | Favorite Youtube Videos

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Sunday Morning

Friday, December 11, 2009

ABC officially announced that George Stephanopoulos will replace Diane Sawyer on "Good Morning America". That means he will no longer host his Sunday morning political talk show, "This Week". But what influence do the Sunday mornings shows have outside of media and political circles anyway? NPR's David Folkenflik and Ana ...

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This week in Washington

Monday, March 02, 2009

Today President Obama is set to officially announce Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius as his choice to head up the Department of Health and Human Services. Secretary of State Clinton is on her way to the Middle East, and British Prime Minister Gordon Brown will visit Washington. The Daily Beast's Ana Marie Cox and Jonathan Marcus of the BBC join John with a look at these and other events of the week ahead.

"Mr. Obama is, if you like, veritably the lamp that the genie rubs at the moment. "
— The BBC's Jonathan Marcus on President Obama's photo op appeal to visiting foreign dignitaries


The Fellowship of the Elephants: Republicans discuss new leadership

Thursday, January 08, 2009

Who will lead the Republican National Committee through the Obama Administration? Ana Marie Cox, founding editor of Wonkette and contributor to The Daily Beast, doesn't know. But she does know that if the Republicans want to revitalize their party it's going to take a lot more than choosing leadership based on the number of their Facebook friends. She joins John and Adaora with the update on the private meeting the GOP held Wednesday on Capitol Hill and her plans to run a gypsy cab during the Inauguration. Girl's got to make a living.

At the 1980 Republican Convention, Ronald Reagan emerged as a strong leader with a clear vision for America and the Republican party. Can the Republicans revive his vision?


The Morning After

Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Time magazine's Swampland contributor Ana Marie Cox helps us dissect last night’s results and the morning after.

Also: we talk to journalists who participated in our States of the Union series to talk about down-ticket races and why some states did or didn’t turn out the ...

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Morning After

Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Now that Obama is President-Elect -- how did we get to this point, and what's next? Ana Marie Cox of Swampland talks about last night's outcome, and we'll also check in with some surprising results from swing states. Then, a look back at some of the funniest, most ...


Democratic Debate Scorecard

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Ana Marie Cox, political correspondent for Time Magazine and Jeff Jarvis, who writes the blog Buzzmachine.com, reveal who they thought won the debate and whether the YouTube/CNN format worked.
You can still post your comments on the CNN YouTube Debate:

Who did you think ...

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Presidential Debates 2.0

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

The Democratic presidential hopefuls just had their first ever debate using questions from YouTube video. Was the experiment a better act of democracy? We assess how the candidates did with Ana Marie Cox of Time and blogger Jeff Jarvis and we take your comments. Also, what sports have to do ...