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  • Lou Dobbs out at CNN, effective now

     
    by Mark Silva and updated Lou Dobbs is out at CNN. Arguably the most conservative voice in a high-profile time-slot at a cable news network that bills itself as a purveyor of "no bias, no bull,'' Dobbs announced in his......
  • Bush oral history: 'Inside and outside'

     
    by Mark Silva There will be an oral history of the Bush administration. It will be carried out by the scholars in Virginia who conducted oral histories of the Clinton and Carter administrations and the Reagan and earlier Bush administration.......
  • Woodville Plantation Park

     
    Woodville Plantation Park may well be headed for a name change, as we reported in a Team Gloucester blog post on Oct. 8. Supervisor Gregory Woodard is pushing for a name change because he said the 'plantation' aspect of it......
  • Florida Panthers ownership: Changing of the guard

     
    Boca Raton businessmen Cliff Viner and Stu Siegel officially took over as majority owners of the Florida Panthers this afternoon. They were introduced at a news conference on BankAtlantic Center's club level attended by Panthers employees and Sunrise city...
  • Obama's Shanghai town hall

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama, fielding some questions in his first visit to China, was asked: "What's the main reason that you were honored (with) the Nobel Prize for Peace? And will it give you more... pressure and......
  • Obama: Human rights key to Asian future

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama, delivering the first major public address of his Asian tour, told an audience in Tokyo -- Saturday morning there, Friday evening here in Washington -- that the United States "will always stand on the......
  • Obama: 'History will bear' him out, or not

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama, "very close'' to a decision about deploying troops in Afghanistan - a strategy that must provide for an "endgame'' as well as a way forward - maintains that he is "absolutely confident'' about getting......
  • Palin: 'Idiots... don't learn from history'

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama says he "probably won't'' be reading Sarah Palin's Going Rogue, so radio's Mark Levin asked Palin: Has she considered sending him the TelePrompTer edition? "You know what,'' Palin replied, laughing, "when I heard that,...
  • 'The Amazing Race' recap: Almost the end

     
    Here's Bucky with the week's look at The Amazing Race:(Guest Recapper’s Note: Commenters kindly pointed out last week—and correctly so—that I have been letting my personal bias creep into my weekly recap. This week, I'm going to try to...
  • The worst food names

     
    Once again our Shallow Thought Wednesday guru and guest poster John Lindner is willing to come out and say what we've all been secretly thinking but were embarrassed to sound so childish. Just take a moment to roll some of......
  • Jaguar and Mercury Top J.D. Power's Sales Satisfaction Survey

     
    Jaguar and Mercury salespeople have apparently been smiling overtime this year because the two brands topped the list for sales experience satisfaction at luxury and mass market brands, according to J.D. Power and Associates. Overall, the experience of...