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  • Just a Bad, Sad Week

    It was not a good week: At the Boston Marathon, where bombs killed and maimed. In West, Texas, where a fertilizer plant exploded, taking lives and leveling the community. For the media, which seemed to get it first more than it got it right. And in...
  • The governor, the soul mate and … buh bye

    The governor, the soul mate and &#8230; <i>buh bye</i>
    — As the reporter said to the novelist: Why bother to make stuff up? For stories and characters, one needs only a pair of walking shoes in this city, where recent attentions have turned to two salacious stories. One concerns a murder-for-hire plot...
  • Mark Sanford's comedy of errors

    WASHINGTON -- In a congressional campaign ad released Wednesday, Mark Sanford, R-Appalachian Trail, looks soberly into the camera and makes his closing plea before Tuesday's vote. "Nancy Pelosi and allies have spent more than a million dollars to...
  • Cheating a forgivable offense?

     
    By Jessica Reynolds Former New York Congressman Anthony Weiner wants to be New York City's next mayor, he admitted in an interview with New York Times Magazine. Weiner's political committee has already spent $100,000 on research and polling to see......
  • After a fall from grace, time to consider Lance's rise

    After a fall from grace, time to consider Lance's rise
    At long last, we know what we thought we knew is true. Lance Armstrong did it. The disgraced cycling icon came clean to Oprah about being filthy. We now know, for certain, that he juiced and doped largely throughout his record run of seven Tour de...
  • Sandy Relief Vote And Sally Field

    The $50 billion Sandy relief package to aid people and communities in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut devastated by the super storm finally passed the House last week. All told, 179 Republicans voted against it. The only Democrat to vote no was...
  • Emmys 2012: 'Mad Men,' Breaking Bad,' 'Modern Family' Earn Noms

    Emmys 2012: 'Mad Men,' Breaking Bad,' 'Modern Family' Earn Noms
    LOS ANGELES -- Stop us if you've heard this one before: HBO dominated the Emmy nominations announced Thursday morning, picking up 81 nods for viewer favorites such as "Boardwalk Empire" and "Game of Thrones" as well as comedy newcomers "Girls" and "Veep."...
  • Obama, Romney display solid morals

    Although different in beliefs, policies, and overall general outlooks, President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney have both given us great examples of what we need to look for, expect and demand of future politicians. The fact both of these men, unlike...
  • An Iconic Figure Passes – No, Not Thatcher

    This past week saw the passing of an iconic figure, one whose power and influence was unparalleled during the height of her popularity. No, not Margaret Thatcher. I'm talking about Annette Funicello. In the mid-to-late 1950s, Annette ruled the hearts of...
  • Shocking: Santorum not ruling out 2016 run

    Shocking: Santorum not ruling out 2016 run
    It wasn’t so unlike other hints former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum has dropped regarding his unwavering dreams of picking the carpet color for the Oval Office. But for some reason when Santorum told NewsMax TV this week that he was “...
  • Is this the best the GOP can come up with?

    Is this the best the GOP can come up with?
    WASHINGTON -- I think I've figured it out. Republicans must be staging some kind of fiendishly clever plot to lure Democrats into a false sense of security. That's the only possible explanation for some of the weirdness we're seeing and hearing from the...
  • Republicans Embarked On Navel Gazing

    The Republican Party has not been on a roll. In November, it lost seats in the House, gave away seats it should have won in the Senate, and for the fifth time in the last six presidential elections lost the popular vote. While conservatives attending...