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  • I don't care about Antonio's breakup

    MAYBE I NEED to call a doctor. It might be a virus. Or an allergy. Something must be wrong with me — why else would I have picked up the TV remote during the somber press conference that Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa called to talk (but not much)...
  • Ticket Replay: Mark Sanford, now Joe Wilson: What's in the water in South Carolina?

     
    Republican representative's outburst during Obama's address causes a stir....
  • Nevada Sen. Harry Reid was impressed by 'light-skinned' Obama's lack of 'Negro dialect'

     
    Nevadan majority leader apologizes and Obama rushes out an acceptance,...
  • Democrats launch counterattack to save Harry Reid

     
    Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has already apologized for saying, during the 2008 campaign, that Barack Obama could win because, while black, he was "light-skinned" and lacked a "Negro dialect, unless he wanted to have one." But Republicans, salivating...
  • That fabled filibuster-proof majority? Show me.

     
    I'm sorry if I'm late to this party, but I can't help it. I have to say this. All the brow-smiting and hand-wringing over the loss of a filibuster-proof majority for the Democrats in the Senate -- what a paper tiger! It's time to call the Senate's bluff....
  • Alexander Haig was right (sort of)

     
    Even in obituaries, Alexander M. Haig got grief for saying, “As of now, I am in control” after the attempted assassination in 1981 of President Reagan (pending the return to Washington of the vice president). If that didn’t show Haig to be a...
  • C-SPAN: This program lasts 31 years, with no end in sight

     
    C-SPAN's Greatest Hits! And more!! The public service network unveils a searchable, vast video archive going back to 1987....
  • John Phillips: Hey, Arnold Schwarzenegger, did you cheat on the people of California too?

     
    Assembly Speaker Fabian Nunez may have known about Arnold Schwarzenegger's love child? And was that information ever used?...
  • Term Limits

     
    I’m a term limits guy. I know the arguments against them: “We have term limits – they’re called elections!” “All that turnover would deprive us of legislative experience.” “With term limits and constant...
  • Great moments in homina homina homina!

     
    Attorney Charles J. Cooper offers a lame, confused response in the Supreme Court today to the question of, if procreation is to integral to marriage, why do we let prisoners and the elderly marry? JUSTICE BREYER: What precisely is the......
  • An end is in sight to the endless stories about endless debates

     
    Don’t stop me if you’ve heard this before. Because you probably have. There’s a move afoot in the U.S. Senate to reform the filibuster. But this time — No, really, wait! Don’t leave! — this time, it might actually...
  • Martin Dyckman: Times change, and politicians can also

    Our texts today are not Biblical, but they are definitely topical. A wise man changes his mind often, a fool never -Spanish proverb. A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin of little minds, adored by little statesmen and philosophers and divines –...