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  • Lobbyists: More legs on Johnson story

     
    We have viewed the skirmishing over Obama vice-presidential vetter James Johnson's ties to a sub-prime lender as unlikely to do any serious damage, but two new reports today give the story some new legs. First, the New York Times......
  • Holder: Next on the GOP hit list?

     
    A week ago, we wrote an item questioning the choice of Eric Holder as an Obama v-p vetter, given Holder's role as a Department of Justice official in facilitating the Marc Rich pardon. As it turned out, the top......
  • Bush: (Welcome) American in Paris

     
    by Marc Silva There have been, as French President Nicolas Sarkozy gently put it today, a few "hiccups'' along the way in that long history of Franco-American relations. Must have been the "Freedom Fries.'' But you wouldn't have known that......
  • PBS to go gavel-to-gavel on conventions

     
    by Frank James Years ago the commercial broadcast networks stopped gavel-to-gavel coverage of political conventions. Scenes of people in funny hats and long-winded politicians at the podium just can't compete against episodes of Lost. But PBS says it will...
  • Did Clinton suffer from sexist media?

     
    by Frank James Did we in the media torpedo Sen. Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign through our allegedly rampant sexism? That's the question at the heart of a lengthy story this morning in the New York Times about criticism of the......
  • New York City Becomes Car-Free Zone for Three Days

     
    For three consecutive Saturdays this August, New York City's famous Park Avenue thoroughfare will close to all cars, trucks and other motorized transportation. The brainchild of Mayor Michael Bloomberg, "Summer Streets" will transform the streets into...
  • Hillary Clinton: The benefits of losing

     
    by Katie Fretland "What strikes me as inarguable is that Hillary is today a more resonant, consequential, and potent figure than she has ever been before," writes John Heilemann in the new issue of New York magazine. Heilemann's article paints......
  • Johnny Miller calls for a Tiger birdie from way off course

     
    One more thing I meant to mention in my Tuesday newspaper column about NBC and Johnny Miller: Another of Miller's first guesses came when Tiger Woods was on the 13th hole Saturday and in huge trouble after an awful drive.......
  • NYSUT: Respectfully buying support?

     
    One of the more amusing and disingenuous quotes of the morning comes from Richard Iannuzzi, the head of the state teachers union, who is fighting the property tax cap supported by Gov. Paterson and 75 percent of the people......
  • Offshore drilling's hitch: not enough ships

     
    (Transocean drill ship, Discoverer Enterprise, the world's largest. Photo: Company handout/AFP/Getty Images) by Frank James One of most relevant news stories in the last 24 hours was in the New York Times. With all the talk about whether to......
  • The half-billion-dollar Obama campaign

     
    by Mike Dorning and John McCormick Get ready for the $500 million presidential campaign. That's how much money some Democratic strategists think Barack Obama can raise for the fall election now that he has reversed field and decided to opt......