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  • Nov. 14 Letters: Obama's credit

    Giving credit where credit is due Mitt Romney stated during the last presidential campaign that, "President Obama deserves blame for high gas prices and credit if they fall." Gas prices may hit $2.50 a gallon, and in a few years the U.S. is poised to...
  • Where the buck really stops

    Where the buck really stops
    The thrashing that voters administered to the Democrats in the midterm congressional elections confirmed the old admonition Harry Truman kept on his White House desk: "The buck stops here." The Republicans widened their hold on the House and wrested...
  • 'Dumb and Dumber To' a no-brainer sequel 20 years in the making

    'Dumb and Dumber To' a no-brainer sequel  20 years in the making
    Jim Carrey was sitting in a hotel room four years ago, flipping channels on the proverbial idiot box, when he stumbled across something truly, sublimely dumb. Rewatching one of his earliest and silliest movies, 1994's "Dumb and Dumber," Carrey was hit...
  • New in paperback: 'The First Phone Call From Heaven,' others

    New in paperback: 'The First Phone Call From Heaven,' others
    The First Phone Call From Heaven by Mitch Albom, Harper, 327 pages, $15.99 The residents of Coldwater, Mich., begin receiving mysterious phone calls with voices on the other end saying they are calling from heaven. As "miracle fever" sweeps through...
  • Democrats need diversity too

    Democrats need diversity too
    Here we go again. Big election defeats inevitably are followed by major rounds of tooth-gnashing, shirt-rending, soul-searching, finger-pointing, self-flagellating and circular-firing-squad shooting. Now it's the Democrats' turn. Again. After their...
  • Hampton Roads authors tout traditional publishing

    Hampton Roads authors tout traditional publishing
    Authors choosing to hop on the self-publishing train to ride it to best-sellerville would be wise to steer toward traditional publishing—at least if you ask George Beahm of Williamsburg. Beahm should know. He has written more than 30 nonfiction...
  • Everybody Wants To Know

    Everybody Wants To Know
    Of course she’s running. Why wouldn’t she? Because of the right-wing conspiracy against her and her hubby? It didn’t stop her before and it won’t stop her now. It would be worth a Clinton presidency just to drive the...
  • Republican war on women must be over

    Break out the Hershey's bars and nylons: The war on women is over! Yes indeed, folks, the hostile aggression against 51 percent of the population by that pseudo-cabal of old men, Supreme Court justices (who are old men,) and women who can no longer...
  • The election's other winner: the minimum wage

    The election's other winner: the minimum wage
    As Republicans cast about looking for measures that might meet the definition of what Sen. Mitch McConnell called "common ground" with Democrats, there's an obvious candidate to emerge from the midterm elections. It's an idea that won broad support from...
  • GOP triumph tempered by hard problems, now and in 2016

    Republicans are waking up Wednesday morning with victories to celebrate but sobering realities to ponder. Winning control of the Senate after eight years of trying is a big prize, made more sweet by the fact that only two years ago, the party seemed...
  • After loss, Kashkari ruminates on his unsuccessful gubernatorial bid

    After loss, Kashkari ruminates on his unsuccessful gubernatorial bid
    In lieu of interviews, failed GOP gubernatorial candidate Neel Kashkari on Wednesday released a 7,000-plus word treatise on his neophyte run for elected office against Democratic incumbent Gov. Jerry Brown. The article is largely a rationale for and...