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  • Bill Rosendahl, happy warrior

     Bill Rosendahl, happy warrior
    Robert Kennedy was a young Bill Rosendahl's hope for the White House, but Kennedy's rival, Hubert Humphrey, practiced the "happy warrior" style of politics that represents the principles Rosendahl has embraced. As he leaves the Los Angeles City Council after two terms, his eight years in office (and a diagnosis of cancer, now in remission) have not extinguished Rosendahl's cheerfulness, but they have given his warrior side an instruction booklet.
  • Has Rep. Weiner been treated fairly by colleagues?

    No Had he chosen practically any other profession, resigning Rep. Anthony Weiner would still have a job. For better or worse, beginning Tuesday at midnight, he will not. The staunchly liberal congressman of New York’s Brooklyn and Queens...

    Liberal media brings out the hockey pucks

    In 2004, Arnold Schwarzenegger, then a popular figure in the Republican Party, gave an exciting, upbeat and surprisingly funny speech at the GOP convention. He covered a lot of territory: the story of how he came to America, how he became a Republican...

    Petraeus' affair doesn't meet textbook definition of 'scandal'

    Five years ago, when I covered David Petraeus' triumphant visit to Capitol Hill after he salvaged the war effort in Iraq, I likened the reception he received to that of conquering generals of Rome, who were feted with laurels, purple robes, trumpets and...

    Most commented: Our readers' Weiner obsession

     
    The Anthony Weiner scandal has some people asking: Is this actually news? Even our editorial on the subject of Weinergate began with an admission: We really, really don't want to be writing about Weinergate. Seriously. The travails of Rep. Anthony...