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  • Bush's GI Bill war: 'Squandered lives?'

     
    by Mark Silva This certainly was a good day to be debating the generous new GI Bill that the Senate wants to attach to the tens of billions of dollars in new war funding that the White House is demanding.......
  • Republican 'identity crisis:' Counselor in

     
    by Mark Silva Alex Castellanos, a master of the political television commercial and consultant to Republican candidates, has an answer for the "crisis'' his party faces. In an essay for the National Review Online entitled "Quo Vadis, GOP?... How a......
  • Should Obama pick Clinton as veep?

     
    by Naftali Bendavid The question of the hour seems to be: Should Barack Obama put Hillary Clinton on the ticket? The idea of a Democratic "dream ticket," of course, has been out there a long time. It originated, you may......
  • Obama numbers up, Oprah ratings down

     
    by Andrew Malcolm As previewed in The Top of the Ticket last month, new ratings of daytime television programs show that Oprah Winfrey's daily talk show for women has dropped in ratings since her highly publicized political rallying for Illinois......
  • McCain counts Obama's days til Iraq

     
    by Mark Silva How many days is it since John McCain has held Barack Obama captive to the idea of visiting Iraq - something that the senator of Illinois hasn't done in, what, 872 days? That's the calendar ticking at......
  • Cheney: Tax cuts, security, game plan

     
    by Mark Silva Vice President Dick Cheney - the "magic man'' of the Bush administration, in the words of the now-renowned Scott McClellan - stirred up the Republican faithful last night in New York, scene of the party convention that......
  • Backup Cameras Likely Mandated for 2014

     
    According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, 228 people die and around 17,000 people are injured annually in backover accidents involving cars, trucks and SUVs. What's worse is that nearly half of the fatalities are children. In 2010,...
  • Memo: Paterson's secret same-sex ruling

     
    The big state political news today is that Gov. Paterson, through a memorandum issued by his counsel David Nocenti, has ordered all state agencies to recognize same-sex marriages performed in jurisdictions (Canada, Massachusetts, soon California) where...
  • McClellan's mea culpa: Day Three

     
    by Mark Silva Now that Washington and the Bush White House have had a few days to digest Scott McClellan's embarrassing book about the political "propaganda'' campaign that the White House ran for the war in Iraq, McClellan is facing......
  • Bill Clinton: Getting to know him

     
    by Scott Martelle Todd S. Purdum, former New York Times staffer and current Vanity Fair national editor, lets loose in the July issue of the magazine with a lengthy profile of Bill Clinton after leaving the White House. It's getting......
  • Bill Clinton: 'Comeback Id's' comebacks

     
    digg_bgcolor = '#ffffff'; digg_skin = 'compact'; digg_window = 'new'; by Mark Silva "The Comeback Id,'' as Vanity Fair is calling former President Bill Clinton, has voiced some fairly harsh comebacks for the authority of the critical article. The article....