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  • Hank Williams Jr. slams ESPN and Disney: 'Mickey is a mean mouse'

     
    Hank Williams Jr. slams ESPN, "Monday Night Football" and the Walt Disney Company: "Mickey is a mean mouse."...
  • Columnist vs. columnist

     
    Liberal Washington Post columnist E.J. Dionne on Sunday took on/took down a column published last week by his conservative colleague George Will on the famous Elizabeth Warren video. This is unusual. There's an unspoken rule of collegiality that tends to....
  • L.A.-area Tunisians vote in their country's elections

     
    Los Angeles-area Tunisians are thrilled to vote in their country's elections, the first since the ouster of the country's strongman in an uprising early this year....
  • Poll claims 71 percent want drilling vote

     
    A new poll by an anti-drilling group says 71 percent of Floridians want to have a vote on whether to ban drilling in state waters, which run 3 to 10 miles from shore. The poll showed 71 percent for a drilling vote and 17 percent against, the day before...
  • ISRAEL: Cabinet discusses citizenship law, mulls immigration policy

     
    Update, 4:17 a.m.: The news report quoted and linked below stating the Cabinet on Sunday approved an amendment to the temporary provision of the Citizenship and Entry Law to include a revised loyalty oath was erroneous. Cabinet officials clarified Monday....
  • One-upmanship on offshore drilling

     
    Republican legislators say they might leave Tallahassee en masse shortly after the start of their special session on Tuesday. Why? To send Gov. Charlie Crist a resounding message that there was no reason for him to call them there to ap...
  • WWTFFD?

     
    Today's installment of the is-the-tea-party-racist story (or non-story, depending on your point of view) focused on the split between the National Tea Party Federation and Sacramento-based Tea Party Express, which refused to oust one of its leaders over...
  • Rubio: Crist must reveal caucus intentions

     
    by James Oliphant ORLANDO, FL -- Republican Senate candidate Marco Rubio brought his campaign to Central Florida Thursday, trying to maintain momentum in a closely-watched race that has become increasingly competitive. Rubio's bid has lost some of the...
  • Another step toward a special U.S. Senate election

     
    Here's the text of the appellate court ruling today that clears the way for a special election to (possibly) replace Roland Burris, the temporary replacement for former U.S. Sen Barack Obama. The portion that reads that we must hold such......
  • Brewer: SB 1070 fight 'far from over'

     
    by Mike Memoli Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer (R) says she is filing an expedited appeal to today's court ruling barring certain provisions of Senate Bill 1070, saying she's willing to take the fight over state's controversial illegal immigration law to......
  • SB10 reaction: Immigrant advocates breath sigh of relief, but Arizona ruling underscores ‘desperate need’ for immigration reform

     
    A judge’s decision to block the implementation of certain parts of the SB1070 Arizona immigration law that was set to become effective tomorrow has stirred activists on all sides of the immigration issue, who were watching the federal government’...