It's a panel featuring a pundit, a former managing editor of a newspaper chain that has had severe cuts, and a blogger. They spend their time essentially saying that journalism has been reduced to a "he-said, she-said" spectacle of political sniping. They talk about how the news media misses the real story and goes directly to the stupid/crazy show, and even throw in Michael "heckuva job, brownie" Brown. The money quote, from David Frum:
A conversation that ought to be about how the President has not done a good enough job has turned into how a disgraced former federal official may or may not be insane.
John Aravosis is a long-time pal. All the panelists were great.