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  • Sarah Palin's bridge is still too far

     
    by Frank James Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin keeps saying she stopped the infamous "Bridge to Nowhere" in an attempt to burnish her credentials as a pork-fighting reformer. And reporters keep pointing out that her claim is exaggerated. Still, the......
  • Magazine story: Ravens' Lewis discusses future, 'Godfather' role, dancing

     
    The October issue of Men???s Fitness magazine features a profile of Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis and the magazine has sent out some advance Lewis quotes from the story. In the piece, Baltimore's No. 52 tells the magazine several things local......
  • Anchorage columnist: Does truth still matter?

     
    The "Troopergate" investigation still lurks in Palin's background, though her efforts to keep it all under wraps till November seem likely to succeed. But today, reacting to the governor's latest efforts to discredit fired Public Safety Director Walt...
  • Bailout opposed: Republican speaks out

     
    by Mark Silva Here's one certain prediction for the $700 billion bailout of bad mortgage debt that the Bush administration is pushing through Congress: It will not pass unanimously. The question is how many will speak out against a buyout......
  • Obama endorsement by George Will?

     
    by Frank James George Will, the nation's best-known conservative columnist and Chicago Cubs fan, may not be cutting an ad for Sen. Barack Obama but in his column today, he sure does seem to be expressing more confidence in the......
  • Palin should be leashed: columnist

     
    by James Oliphant Conservative columnist Kathleen Parker, who earned the enmity of Palinites everywhere by suggesting that the Alaska governor is unqualified for the vice presidency, isn't backing down. Today, in the Washington Post, she writes that Sarah...
  • A frustrated Esquire endorses Obama

     
    by James Oliphant On its website, the editors of Esquire Thursday posted a lengthy endorsement of Barack Obama "as the only possible choice to lead this country." But the endorsement, the magazine's first, is worth reading because it feels half-hearted,.....
  • Oprah Winfrey: Ambassador to the U. K.?

     
    http://weblogs.newsday.com/entertainment/tv/blog/2008/10/oprah_winfrey_ambassador_to_th.html "Of COURSE I'll take the job, Barack...whatever you say..." Let's let this roll around on our tongues - "Oprah Winfrey, Ambassador to the Court of St. James..." I...
  • Sports Illustrated facing substantial staff reduction

     
    Sports Illustrated is offering buyouts and threatening layoffs that will severely impact the editorial staff. I don't know what to say about this stuff anymore, really. I just commute to the basement every morning, start typing and hope to do......
  • Consumer Reports' Reliability Survey: Ford, Lincoln Continue to Plummet

     
    Consumer Reports' latest reliability survey has dropped Ford and its Lincoln subsidiary to the bottom tier in the magazine's 2012 Annual Auto Reliability Survey, which predicts reliability for 2013 models. Among 28 brands ranked, Lincoln ranked 26th; Ford...
  • Helen Thomas: Obama's one-day pardon

     
    by Mark Silva If Helen Thomas holds the only chair in the White House press briefing room named for an individual rather than an organization - a front-and-center seat at that - it may have something to do with the......