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  • Obama: Clinton 'needs to catch breath'

     
    by Mark Silva There are a lot of primary voters who didn't vote for Barack Obama, he was reminded this evening, in a nationally televised interview - and many have threatened that they'd rather vote for Republican John McCain. "Right,''......
  • What a shock: Florida Plunder & Loot strikes again

     
    Sorry about the late posts, but I???m all hot and bothered today. About politics. And power. As in electricity. First up, the news about FPL???s proposed 16 percent rate increase to cover rising fuel costs. Let???s just put it this......
  • Swamp Pundit Poll: Next for Clinton?

     
    by James Oliphant Take it as a measure of Hillary Clinton's fortitude and intransigence that even a day after Barack Obama claimed the Democratic presidential nomination, many eyes remain on her. Her speech last night in New York was......
  • Nets are selling Barclays suites at NY Times building

     
    Sorry about the blogging gap this afternoon. I was deep inside enemy territory, in The New York Times building, which I climbed using an elevator rather than the convenient, ladder-like structure outside its windows. No, I wasn't there to make......
  • Clintonites keeping score, taking names

     
    by James Oliphant This might shock you, but Bill and Hillary Clinton's people are still seething over Hillary Clinton's defeat in the Democratic primaries. From the New York Times Wednesday comes word that those close to the Clintons are keeping......
  • Sporting News: Ron Darling, nay; Hank Steinbrenner, aye

     
    I linked the other day to a story in The New York Times that said Ron Darling would be joining the revamped, every-other-week Sporting News as a contributor. I since have been told that that information was the result of......
  • $4-a-gallon gas driving economic crisis

     
    by Frank James With gas prices reaching a national average of $4-a-gallon over the weekend, the sense of national crisis is surging along with the cost of filling up. The New York Times focuses attention on those consumers who are......
  • 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...