Flying the Crowded Skies

Written by Lionel Tiger on . Posted in Breaking News, Posts

The jetlock is very serious, especially because the airlines’ affection for hub airports, through which they run hundreds of connecting flights, creates jumbo pressures that can easily reverberate in delays and cancellations half a continent away. Meanwhile, the system that sustains aviation is so intricate, pervasive and impressive in its own right that it is [&hellip
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Gore’s Doing Better Than Media Admit…

Written by Eric Boehlert on . Posted in Breaking News, Posts

BULL Bradley But something happens when the press covers the Clinton White House. And that something is not pretty. Call it payback, passive-aggressive style. Frustrated by their Moby Dick pursuit of Bill Clinton, Sally Quinn’s Beltway crowd, sensing a weaker opponent in Gore, now seems determined to exact some revenge. And who better to suffer [&hellip
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…Or Else He’s Crawling Back Home To Die

Written by Christopher Caldwell on . Posted in Breaking News, Posts

Half a dozen people have left Bauer’s campaign in the last month. Ever since Bauer’s close adviser Charles Jarvis (a devout Christian) jumped ship to join the Forbes campaign, there have been rumors that what upset Jarvis was that Bauer, who runs the Christian Right Family Research Council, was having an affair with a comely [&hellip
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It’s Painful to Admit, But Giuliani’s Right Again

Written by Russ Smith on . Posted in Breaking News, Posts

Gore Still Slip-Slidin’ Away It was another tumultuous political week, contradicting once again all the left-wing, and left-behind, pundits and elected officials who claim the 2000 presidential race is "boring." Minority Leader Dick Gephardt, a steadfast supporter of Al Gore (now that’s an unholy marriage of convenience) pooh-poohed the sudden rise of Bill Bradley, saying [&hellip
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