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  • Blagojevich trial tape transcripts, text version

     
    Text versions of the available tape transcripts played Tuesday: Formatting glitches are the result of copying .pdf files as text: DATE: 11/12/2008 TIME: 10:34 A.M. ACTIVITY: Rod Blagojevich home line incoming call. SESSION: 541 SPEAKERS: BLAGOJEVICH:...
  • Poor Sarah Palin; Nowhere near as rich as critics say

     
    Forbes magazine does a definitive study and finds she made a lot but much less than thought....
  • George Soros tries arts philanthropy -- but he's not saying `Move over, Eli Broad'

     
    Culture Monster is kind of tired of applying the label "billionaire arts philanthropist" to Eli Broad and hardly anybody else. So the news Wednesday that hedge fund titan George Soros is giving $11 million to New York City performing arts......
  • Economic Concerns Drive California Voters to the Polls

    Economic Concerns Drive California Voters to the Polls
    LOS ANGELES -- Californians brought concerns about an anemic economy with them to the polls Tuesday as they selected their next governor and U.S. senator. They also were asked to decide on headline-grabbing ballot initiatives seeking to legalize the...
  • Tropico Perspective: Blame traces back to those who don't vote

    Tropico Perspective: Blame traces back to those who don't vote
    Writing an article that you know is going to be published the day after a potentially game-changing election is a challenge. But even without knowing the outcome, there are a couple of things about this election that will certainly be true:...
  • Biden's Visit To Gulf Coast: Much Ado About Nothing

    This week marked another visit from an Obama administration official. This time, Vice President Joe Biden brought his usual mix of foolish bravado and inappropriate humor to the region. His visit amounted to nothing of substance for the people of...
  • Shooting rampage won't stifle political rhetoric

    Shooting rampage won't stifle political rhetoric
    (An earlier version of this column incorrectly stated that George W. Bush would have won the 2000 election under any recount scenario.) Ignore the talk of a partisan cooling-off period following the shooting in Arizona. Political division has become too...
  • Stop calling O'Reilly names

    Armed with propaganda, and dangerous with ideological fervor, Los Angeles Times columnist Rosa Brooks stated flat-out that the anchor of The O'Reilly Factor, Bill O'Reilly, calls people names every 6.8 seconds in his opening monologue. Anyone who watches...
  • Iraq forever

    Last Friday morning, I found myself cornered by a Republican Iraq war vet from the National Guard who sincerely wanted me to understand that when the news media or congressional Democrats talk about drawing down troops, or withdrawing altogether, they...
  • Bill O'Reilly and Krippendorff's Alpha

    As authors of a study on Bill O'Reilly's rhetoric, we would like to thank the Los Angeles Times, other journalists, media watch Web sites, and bloggers who have brought our research to a wider audience. We are pleased that our work has sparked vigorous...
  • Counter Coulter

    But about the same time, you know, Bill Maher was not joking and saying he wished Dick Cheney had been killed in a terrorist attack. So I've learned my lesson. If I'm gonna say anything about John Edwards in the future, I'll just wish he had been killed...
  • In the culture war's trenches

    As if there were not enough real enemies to fight, the United States has been at war with itself in recent years. They call it the culture war. It has generated more hot air than most real wars in history. As Pat Buchanan noted early on, the culture...