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  • Obama, McCain: Cautious in econ-crisis

     
    by Mark Silva Count both Barack Obama and John McCain, the candidates for president, as avowedly cautious in the face of the $700 billion bailout that the Bush administration proposes for banks and other financial institutions holding bad mortgage debts.....
  • Obama -- half billion reasons he's ahead

     
    by Paul West Any day now, Barack Obama will become the first candidate to rake in more than half a billion dollars. Money matters in elections, as John McCain was painfully reminded when he tried to watch pro football on......
  • Pelosi: Stimulus by Presidents' Day

     
    by Mark Silva How much pressure will there be on Congress to enact an economic stimulus plan swiftly? House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says there will be no congressional recess for the Presidents' Day holiday if they haven't finished work by......
  • Durbin joins Reid, opposes fast-track trade deals

    Durbin joins Reid, opposes fast-track trade deals
    — The U.S. Senate's top Democrat recently alarmed big business when he announced he would oppose a White House plan to "fast-track" trade deals. In a wide-ranging interview at the U.S. Capitol, the Senate's No. 2 ranking Democrat, Sen. Dick Durbin...
  • Dining room dollars

    Al Gore claims (though I've found no evidence to back it up) that "good enough for government work" once implied that such work met the highest standards of excellence. Maybe. But in the U.S. Senate's kitchens, "good enough for government work" means...
  • McManus: Obama's less-is-more agenda

    President Obama's State of the Union address Tuesday, the first of his second term, won't be long remembered. It didn't offer much in the way of new ideas. It was short on memorable lines — except, perhaps, his demand for congressional action on gun...
  • Rosenthal: Chicago port recovery would help residents stomach privatization efforts

     Rosenthal: Chicago port recovery would help residents stomach privatization efforts
    Perhaps the only benefit of the lack of funds to maintain the long-neglected Illinois International Port District is the weathered sign on its grain elevators that should have been painted over long ago but obviously hasn't. A welcome to visitors of the...
  • Allentown City Council should consider all options

    Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski is a very effective salesman. If you've ever seen one of his Power Point presentations, you know he's good at it. My only complaint is that he often seems more interesting in mounting a convincing public relations campaign...
  • A vice-presidential debate of note

    WASHINGTON -- Vice presidents usually gain the national spotlight only upon the death of a president, as has occurred eight times in the last 171 years, or upon his resignation, which has happened once. But the current veep, Joe Biden, suddenly finds...
  • Mayor pushing for public-private partnerships to maintain, improve city parks

    Mayor pushing for public-private partnerships to maintain, improve city parks
    Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard is pushing a new initiative aimed at improving the city's parks through public-private partnerships. Budgets are tight, but the mayor wants to see that the parks are maintained and generating revenue. A partnership between...
  • Is Corbett having a successful term as governor?

    No Say this for the man: He turns in his homework on time. But timely budget submissions don’t equal an automatic passing grade. And the fact that incumbent Gov. Tom Corbett isn’t even guaranteed to win his party’s primary next...