More on Boy Scouts and Gerbils

Written by None - Do not Delete on . Posted in Breaking News, Posts

But that’s not what’s going on with Hillary Clinton and her randy husband. She’s not defending him out of friendship or sympathy. She’s defending him because without him she is nothing. She’s in it for the power; therefore his enemies are her enemies, and she’s willing to put up with anything from him in order [&hellip
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El Barrio

Written by Christian Viveros-Faune on . Posted in Breaking News, Posts

  Sixty-six years later, after congressionally ratified national wars on poverty, the bright but failed promises of the Great Society and a seeming revolving door of state, city and community revitalization projects, the lowdown, dirty misery of being poor in America remains much as Orwell described it in Down and Out In Paris and London: [&hellip
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Boats, Surfing Wipeouts & KFC

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

Boats, Surfing Wipeouts & KFC George Will can eat my Bermuda shorts. I’m in the air right now, on a Continental flight returning from a weeklong, sun-drenched family vacation, so I’m missing the roundtable on ABC’s This Week, with Will no doubt tut-tutting the significance of Gov. George W. Bush’s convincing win in the Ames [&hellip
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Is Bush Just a Swaggering Preppy Pig?

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

  But Talk should be praised to the skies for trying to revive the belief that journalism is an on-the-spot vocation, and that the more reporting you do, the better your article. In her ballyhooed Hillary piece, Lucinda Franks bragged about having visited five different countries with Hillary Clinton (letting drop that the North Africa [&hellip
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