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Dan Quayle

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  • Doubletake: The backlash begins here

     
    Welcome to Doubletake, your daily morning mash-up from Tribune correspondents Jim Oliphant and Jim Tankersley. Part of a balanced breakfast. Jim Oliphant: So this morning let's talk about the coming letdown Jim Tankersley: I'm too tired to make a joke.......
  • John McCain picks Alaska Gov for Veep

     
    by Jill Zuckman Dayton, OHIO - Sen. John McCain has chosen Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, a tough-talking social conservative with sterling credentials as a reformer, to be his running mate, campaign officials confirmed. McCain, who turns 72 today, is......
  • Palin-Biden, Quayle-Bentsen: A repeat?

     
    by Mark Silva Mark your calendars: Oct. 2, at 8 pm Central Time, in St. Louis: Ninety minutes of televised running-mate sport that a nation hasn't seen in perhaps 20 years. Joe Biden, longtime senator from Delaware, will go toe-to-toe......
  • Palin, McCain: Palin outperforms at RNC

     
    by Mark Silva It may be just as well for John McCain that Sarah Palin is going away to Alaska for a few days, because all of those chants of "Sarah, Sarah, Sarah'' at the joint appearances of the Republican......
  • McCain's irritable Palin, TV-ad response

     
    by Mark Silva The "Palin problem,'' as some would have it, is really no problem at all, as John McCain would have it. Or is it? A seasoned observer of the campaign trail at home and nationally, Iowa-based Associated Press......
  • Late Night Comics: Favorite Targets

     
    Did you know that late night comics have been nailing the Republican ticket more than the Democratic ticket? Surprise! That's the kind of stuff you learn here at TV Zone. The Center for Media and Public Affairs, which counts......
  • Early review: Words the pols would just as soon forget

     
    On the eve of this political judgment day, reviews have already begun of what could have been done and what should or should not have been said. To begin honoring the wrapup of this longest-ever, costliest-ever national campaign, here's a......
  • Quarterback Turned Politician Jack Kemp Dies at Age 73

    Quarterback Turned Politician Jack Kemp Dies at Age 73
    Jack Kemp, the former pro quarterback who turned fame on the gridiron into a career in national politics and a crusade for lower taxes, has died of cancer at age 73. Family spokeswoman Marci Robinson said Kemp died shortly after 6 p.m. Saturday,...
  • Final rites for Sen. Edward M. Kennedy

    Under doleful gray skies, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy was mourned this morning in an elaborate funeral that brought together four presidents, more than half the U.S. Senate, and Hollywood stars, sports legends and foreign dignitaries. A nine-member Armed...
  • Coats to challenge Bayh

    Coats to challenge Bayh
    Senator Evan Bayh will have another challenger for his senate seat this year, the man whom he succeeded in 1998. Wednesday, former Republican U.S. Senator Dan Coats announced plans to run against Bayh. In a statement, Coats said: "After much...
  • 10 things you might not know about Sarah Palin

    10 things you might not know about Sarah Palin
    Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin has emerged as one of the most fascinating and polarizing figures in American life. Just last weekend, she made headlines by recalling that when she was growing up, her family crossed the border into Canada to use...