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The Swampby Mark Silva President Barack Obama already knew one of the finalists for the Supreme Court whom he was considering: federal Judge Diane Wood of Chicago, a fellow teacher of constitutional law at the University of Chicago. But the president......
The TV ZoneYup, all announced last night, and here they are...bios on the jump. Anyone from LI? No. But Brooklyn is very well-represented. Show begins in earnest next week. And who...will...win?......
The TV Zone"Lemon, Could you fire that moron Cafferty please..." Before I sign off for the day, must share this with whomever may be wandering by in the night... Alec Baldwin's rebuke to Jack Cafferty. This is what I love about......
Tags: Comedy (genre), Genres, Politics, California, George W. Bush
The Swampby Christi Parsons He sat with his legs crossed in an armchair in the Oval Office, his brow furrowed. Aides clustered on the couches around him. They could see black scratch marks all over their proposal for the most sensitive......
Tags: Rahm Emanuel, Diplomacy, Symptoms, Barack Obama, FBI
The Swampby Mark Silva Republicans, yes. Democrats, no. It's a volatile mix for a health-care overhaul that the White House is seeking. Alll eyes may be on the Senate Finance Committee today, but the outcome of the health-care overhaul in the......
Tags: Health, Nebraska, Barack Obama, Medical Services, Ohio
WatchdogTuesday's newspaper column comes in three pieces, one about "The Zen of Bobby V" on ESPN2 Tuesday night, one about Terrell Owens' guest appearance on "Under One Roof" Wednesday night and one about how Cablevision's pending takeover of Newsday might......
The Swampby Mark Silva Clarence Thomas is an associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. Virginia Thomas runs LibertyCentral.org, a new organization committed to becoming the "big tent'' for conservatives and promoting the values of the "TEA Party'' movement. The...
Tags: Virginia, Glenn Beck, NPR, Entertainment, Rush Limbaugh
Peter Sagal is, at minimum, amused to be following a theatrical-presentation path cleared by Glenn Beck. But the host of NPR's “Wait Wait … Don't Tell Me!” says there are similarities between his show and Beck's act that make both...
He concludes, "Two heads really are better than one." Printers Row Journal spoke with Orentlicher recently. Here's an edited version of the conversation. Q: Make sure I understand your proposed process: Every state has a primary, Democratic and...
Who would have thought that within President Barack Obama beats the heart of a civil rights antediluvian? Could Obama, beloved of the American Civil Liberties Union, be guilty of harboring thoughts of calling down a fatal drone attack on an American...
Scientists have yet to prove that there is a genetic predisposition to good writing, but as they continue the search they would do well to read "The Chocolate Money," the first novel by a former Chicagoan named Ashley Prentice Norton. This novel,...
It's hard not to detect a whiff of desperation in Facebook's new please-don't-go interface, which is determined to keep people within the social network as long as it can. Facebook Home is intended to dominate Android smartphones, making Facebook your...
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