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  • Levy II: Hate crimes preceded me

     
    A short time ago, we posted an item from Reid Epstein about Steve Levy, who says the media is making too much of the hate murder of a Hispanic man in Patchogue in an effort to link it to......
  • Ten for Friday morning:

     
    State of the nation: The stock market is plunging again, credit markets are seizing up , Washington is paralyzed and Obama is invisible. Citigroup has lost half of its value in four days. Any auto bailout is on hold,......
  • Obama's free advice from Boston U profs

     
    by Frank James When you're president or president-elect, you get a lot of gratuitous advice. And so it is that some Boston University professors have some ideas for President-elect Barack Obama, some serious, some not some serious. Hat tip to......
  • Twitter: Steve Israel joins the club

     
    Hip Congress-people have not only started posting YouTubes on the Congressional hub, but joining Twitter -- so Steve Israel announces today that he's jumped onto the cutting edge. If you want moment to moment updates from the Suffolk Congressman, he's.......
  • Columbine 10 years later: Worse since

     
    by Mark Silva Ten years after the killings at Columbine High School in Colorado, the anniversary would be more remarkable if much worse hadn't occurred since then. It was just after 11 am on this day, in 1999, when Eric......
  • Pirate's day in court: 'The rule of law'

     
    by Mark Silva A captured pirate gets his first day in federal court today, but who will ahrrrrg-ue his case? This is part of that "rule of law'' that President Barack Obama was talking about in his appearance at the......
  • Mayor-for-life's one-two Congressional punch

     
    Even though her district sits well to his east, Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (D-Mineola) has made her preference known for New York City mayor: Michael Bloomberg, the Republican candidate, whose clear plan is to once again use his personal fortune......
  • Obama's African journey: 'Promise'

     
    President Barack Obama, the first African-American president of the United States, founded with the slavery of Africans and perpetuating legalized racial discrimination well into the 20th Century, addressed the parliament of Ghana today in his first...
  • Obama, racial politics and taking sides

     
    by Peter Wallsten By inserting himself Wednesday night into the case of an arrested Harvard University professor, President Obama made the most overt step of his tenure into the nation's racial politics. The measured and cautious Obama that Americans...
  • Obama's police report: Reassessment

     
    by Peter Wallsten, Peter Nicholas and Richard Simon A day after saying that police "acted stupidly" in arresting a black Harvard University professor in his own home, President Obama appeared to soften his stance Thursday, spreading the blame more...
  • 'Kennedy Brothers:' Myths and legends

     
    by Mark Silva The illness which has sidelined the senior senator from Massachusetts after 47 years in Washington bodes the end of a dramatic era which opened a little over five decades ago with a mix of money, romance and......