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  • Chris Hutchinson, Socialist Candidate for First Congressional District

    Meet Chris Hutchinson. He’s a socialist. Yes, it’s true. He thinks plenty is missing from today’s political discourse. There’s lots of talk about the size of government, the national deficit and repealing health care reform; there&...
  • Congressional candidate's plane crash lands at Spanaway Airport

    Congressional candidate's plane crash lands at Spanaway Airport
    A plane piloted by Republican congressional candidate Jim Postma crash-landed Monday evening at the Spanaway Airport. No injuries were reported. The plane attempted to land at 7 p.m. when Postma experienced problems with the landing gear, officials said....
  • U.S. troops, Afghan corpses

    It would be irresponsible to make too much of the photos of American troops posing with dead Afghan insurgents published today in the Los Angeles Times. This is not My Lai or even Abu Ghraib. The killings themselves, as far as we know, were legitimate. In...
  • Could Crist turn risk into reward?

    Charlie Crist could beat Marco Rubio in a general election. He could beat Kendrick Meek in a general election. But could he beat Rubio and Meek in a general election? Judging by his State of the State speech, it seems Crist either is thinking about...
  • Marco Rubio stars in 'Survivor: U.S. Senate race'

    And we're stayin' alive, stayin' alive. Ah, ha, ha, ha, stayin' alive, stayin' alive. The Bee Gees That is what Marco Rubio is doing. Staying alive. The polls say he is dead. The big-money contributors say he is dead. The Republican establishment...
  • Leftist thinking left off the syllabus

    Leftist thinking left off the syllabus
    Guatemala City Leftist ideology may be gaining ground in Latin America. But it will never set foot on the manicured lawns of Francisco Marroquin University. For nearly 40 years, this private college has been a citadel of laissez-faire economics. Here,...
  • Hillary Clinton, Sarah Palin: A new duel

     
    by Mark Silva For all the excitement that Sarah Palin has generated for Republican John McCain's presidential ticket, there could be a certain amount of second-guessing surrounding Barack Obama's dismissal of Hillary Clinton as a running mate - "passed...
  • Obama's advantage slipping: Karl Rove

     
    by Mark Silva President Bush may say he pays no attention to polls, but Karl Rove, whose degree comes from the Electoral College, sure does. And the polls Rove is watching show that Democrat Barack Obama's apparent advantage in the......
  • McCain gets small crowd at Tampa rally

     
    by Frank James Adam Smith, the political editor for the St. Petersburg Times, was at a Sen. John McCain rally this morning in Tampa which he said was very poorly attended compared with a rally for President Bush four years......
  • Xobni takes over Twitter's old offices

     
    You can measure the success of a start-up in square footage. Just ask Xobni. A few weeks ago, Xobni moved into Twitter’s old offices in the South of Market area of San Francisco. With 30 employees, it could no longer squeeze into the offices that it...
  • Pastor Who Takes Pride in Hate Traces the Emotion to Bible

    Pastor Who Takes Pride in Hate Traces the Emotion to Bible
    LYNCHBURG, Va. — From his perch on a cracked sidewalk, the Rev. Fred Phelps looked upon his handiwork and found it was good. The Kansas preacher brought his traveling theater of hate here for two days last month to flay a most unlikely sinner:...