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  • Superdelegates: Two for Obama

     
    Obama starts the work week with two more superdelegates -- Jerome Wiley Segovia of Virginia, a member of the Democratic National Committee, and Connecticut Democratic state party chair Nancy DiNardo.......
  • Red state, blue state, rich state, poor

     
    by Mark Silva and updated with author interview The upcoming presidential election isn't just a matter of Red State versus Blue State. It's a question of Rich State versus Poor State. "Nowadays, the Democrats win the rich states, but rich......
  • Keyspan or Nat. Grid: Lobbying for a pipeline, or not?

     
    On Monday Newsday's well-versed Tom Incantalupo reported that the plan for Islander East, a new natural-gas pipeline that would cross the Sound into Suffolk County, is alive but foundering. In the story, he wrote: "David J. Manning, KeySpan's executive......
  • McCain's Democratic, Indy crew

     
    by Mark Silva In 2000, there was a group known as Democrats for Bush. It wasn't a big group, but they made their point, and a lot of them got appointments after Bush won the White House. Now, with apologies......
  • Dick Cheney, Kindergarten kick-out

     
    by Mark Silva We knew that Vice President Dick Cheney had left Yale under less than honorable terms - "by mutual agreement,'' as he put it today -- but maybe we had forgotten, until today, that he also was kicked......
  • Naked Ambition

     
    Which was the most fevered lunge for self-promotion? 1. E.D. Hill, anchor on Fox News, suggesting a fist bump between Barack Obama and wife Michelle could be seen as a "terrorist fist jab." 2. The ???Media Matters??? organization starting a......
  • Al Gore steps up for Barack Obama

     
    by Mark Silva and updated Well, call Al Gore nothing if not cautious. Nearly two weeks after Sen. Barack Obama clinched the Democratic Party's presidential nomination, the party's nominee from 2000 -- winner of the popular vote, if not the......
  • 'Sept. 10 mindset': McCain's Bush play

     
    by Mark Silva We've heard these words before. Randy Scheunemann, foreign policy adviser to Republican Sen. John McCain's presidential campaign, suggests that Democratic Sen. Barack Obama's stance on the handling of suspected terrorists is "the perfect...
  • DLC leaders embrace Obama

     
    by Rick Pearson The Democratic Leadership Council's hierarchy on Monday sought to reconcile divided presidential preferences with its core centrist-themed mission as it embraced Sen. Barack Obama as a candidate to further the group's moderate agenda in...
  • When in the Course of human events...

     
    by Jim Tankersley France celebrates its independence day on the anniversary of a citizen uprising at a prison; Canada's comes on the anniversary of a legislative act recognizing its self-governance. In the United States, we celebrate a "Dear John"......
  • John McCain, looking to Teddy Roosevelt

     
    by Jill Zuckman At his Hidden Valley ranch near Sedona, Ariz., Sen. John McCain takes his guests for long hikes across the creek and up the hill, pointing out species of birds, plants and wildlife, and occasionally serving as medic......