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  • Chan Lowe: Allen West steps in it again

    Chan Lowe: Allen West steps in it again
    Rep. Allen West is certainly a man known for pulling no punches in speaking his mind (after all, it’s part of what got him elected), but you have to wonder what was in his breakfast C-rations the day he decided to compare the Democratic Party’s information dissemination operation to the work of Joseph Goebbels, Hitler’s propaganda minister.
  • Chan Lowe: Allen West, vice-president?

    Chan Lowe: Allen West, vice-president?
    God bless Allen West. For someone who’s supposed to be a politician, his utterances can be most impolitic. Maybe the rough edges are a source of his appeal.   While his “Joseph Goebbels would be proud of the Democrat Party” comments...

    Book review: 'And the Show Went On: Cultural Life in Nazi-Occupied Paris' by Alan Riding

    Book review: 'And the Show Went On: Cultural Life in Nazi-Occupied Paris' by Alan Riding
    And The Show Went On Cultural Life in Nazi-Occupied Paris Alan Riding Alfred A. Knopf: 400 pp., $28.95 A lot has been written about the political, social and moral aspects of France under German occupation in World War II. Alan Riding, the former...

    Nixon Aides Accuse Columnist of Campaign Smear

     
    Oct. 27-31, 1960: Columnist Drew Pearson reports on a $205,000 loan from Hughes Tool Co. to struggling restaurant operator Donald Nixon, the vice president’s brother. Pearson is careful to say that it’s unclear whether Hughes received favorable...

    Tuesday Morning Coffee: What's A Little Litigation Between Friends?

     
    Pennsylvania's adultBasic insurance program may be gone, but it's not forgotten in the state's appellate courts system. Three people formerly covered by the low-cost insurance program that provided coverage to 41,000 residents have filed a lawsuit in...