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  • Voters not likely to remember Hillary Clinton's email habits

    Voters not likely to remember Hillary Clinton's email habits
    I am envious of Hillary Clinton. She had a team of assistants available to her to dump 30,000 old email messages into the trash. I must have at least 30,000 messages languishing in four email accounts, including one old one on AOL that I can't even remember how to access. I would love to get rid of them, but who has that kind of time?
  • Willie Brown warns Villaraigosa: 'Don't crowd Kamala!'

    Willie Brown warns Villaraigosa: 'Don't crowd Kamala!'
    With the possible exception of a Hollywood celebrity following in the footsteps of Arnold Schwarzenegger, a Republican candidate has as much chance getting elected to the U.S. Senate from California as a Southern Baptist has to become pope. The only way...

    Rude and crude French cartoonists died for our freedom

    Rude and crude French cartoonists died for our freedom
    I have received many messages of solidarity from friends and readers in the couple of days since Islamic terrorists stormed into the Paris office of the satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo, and murdered 12 people, including several cartoonists. One friend...

    Biden can not resist speaking the truth [Commentary]

    Biden can not resist speaking the truth [Commentary]
    Most of the pundit class sees Vice-President Joe Biden as the king of gaffes. The man commits verbal faux pas with regularity, much to the chagrin of White House spinmeisters desperate to deliver a unified message. Like a bad Catholic in a confessional,...

    When political reporters become scandal chasers [Commentary]

    When political reporters become scandal chasers [Commentary]
    One chilly winter evening in 1988, I was the lone journalist among a small clump of voters gathered inside an old meeting hall in Manchester, N.H. I was there, mostly out of curiosity, to witness the spectacle of a man desperately clinging to a...