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  • James E. Causey: The dissing of a president

    President Barack Obama: the worst president since World War II. That's what a new poll says. Well, sorry, folks, but Obama is not the worst president he is not even close to being the worst president. But he is by far the most disrespected president of...
  • 'View': Why does Bill Clinton like Sherri Shepherd?

    "There's a giant neon pink gorilla in the room, and we're going to deal with it," Whoopi Goldberg said in starting Monday's edition of "The View." Jenny McCarthy and Sherri Shepherd acknowledged that they are leaving the ABC chatfest, although...
  • Hillary's money 'problem'

    WASHINGTON -- Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's much-publicized book tour has kicked off with all the ballyhoo of a presidential candidacy now widely expected to occur. But it has already provided fodder for mild speculation that her...
  • Richard Sugarman, 'Mr. Public Dialogue,' Moving On

    Richard Sugarman, 'Mr. Public Dialogue,' Moving On
    Hartford has long been known as a place for free-flowing discussion and for informed exchange on the issues of the day. And for the past two decades, if anyone has earned the area's title of "Mr. Public Dialogue," it is Richard Sugarman. Now, Mr....
  • Former Sen. Alan Dixon dead at 86. 'He took really great care of people'

    Former Sen. Alan Dixon dead at 86. 'He took really great care of people'
    During much his two terms as a U.S. senator, in the 1980s and early 1990s, Alan Dixon was the locally minded counterpart to then-Sen. Paul Simon, always angling for the best deals for Illinois. He was known as “Al the Pal” for his...
  • Profile features softer side of Ellyn Bogdanoff

    Profile features softer side of Ellyn Bogdanoff
    Former state Sen. Ellyn Bogdanoff, R-Fort Lauderdale, has long been known for her tenacious style. A softer side of Bogdanoff was on display in a recent rundown of her rematch against Democratic state Sen. Maria Sachs. They’re set for do-over of...
  • You haven't heard the last of Heather Mizeur [Letter]

    You haven't heard the last of Heather Mizeur [Letter]
    Over the last six months I volunteered with a team of supporters to elect Heather Mizeur as Maryland's next governor. Heather's campaign was inspiring, honest, respectful, progressive and transparent. She ran on issues that matter to Maryland's people....
  • Nan Rich v. Charlie Crist. Why not debate?

    Nan Rich v. Charlie Crist. Why not debate?
    My first question to Nan Rich was, "How did this happen?" How did Charlie Crist, just 18 short months after checking the "D" on his voter-registration form, become the best thing going for the party? This is a guy who once enjoyed being known as...
  • Barack Obama is a generic Democratic president

    Barack Obama is a generic Democratic president
    The Quinnipiac poll getting buzz this week may be worthless, but the general topic of evaluating Barack Obama is another opportunity to make an important point: almost everything about Obama's presidency can be explained by saying he’s a...
  • Carl Leubsdorf: Good ideas likely lost in D.C. political fray they might remedy

    In politically gridlocked Washington, both sides are frustrated. Each is basically blaming its failures on the opposition's misuse of powers. House Speaker John Boehner launched the latest round, seeking to halt President Barack Obama's repeated use of...
  • Poll On Guns Finds Strong Support For Background Checks

    Nine out of 10 Americans support background check requirements on all firearms purchases, but the country remains deeply divided on the broader issue of gun control, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Thursday. The national poll found...