E&P has the transcript (from Media Matters) of Ann Coulter on CNBC’s Donny Deutsch’s “The Big Idea” this past Monday night. Coulter created quite a stir, which she is of course known for, when she “suggested that the U.S. would be a better place if there weren’t any Jewish people and … Continue reading
Hillary Clinton wowed a crowd of college age Bostonian’s last night at a fundraiser that featured N.Y.-based band the Goo Goo Dolls as the headliners of the event. The Goo Goo Dolls “performed its own brand of soft rock in between stumping for Clinton.” Clinton vowed to bring an end to … Continue reading
Yesterday’s oral arguments at the Supreme Court in the case Medellin v. Texas focused on a strange mix of issues (international law, presidential power, congressional treaties, states rights and the death penalty) and strange mix of bedfellows (George Bush, International law and a Texas Death Row inmate v. the State … Continue reading
Adding fuel to the fire over the speculation of whether or not Al Gore will win the Nobel Peace Prize, Carla Marinucci reports on the San Francisco Gate’s Politics Blog: Sen. Barbara Boxer’s office just contacted us to say former Vice President Al Gore has been called “overseas” for a … Continue reading
With the announcement due tomorrow of who will win the Nobel Peace Prize, the speculation is rampant on whether Al Gore will be the winner and whether he will jump into the ’08 presidential race if he is. CNN asks, “Will Al Gore add a Nobel Peace Prize to his … Continue reading
Buried in the business wires page on the WaPo today is a piece from AP News about the economy and retail sales. Because I am in a retail related business, as a wholesale supplier of consumer goods to retailers, this piece comes as no surprise to me: Several of the … Continue reading
True story, Scout’s Honor: Once upon a time, a friend and I were coming back from Central Oregon, across the spine of the Cascades, at Sisters, where there is an amazing little road, only open a couple of months a year, that has big signs at both ends: RVs, trailers, … Continue reading
No matter how they spin it, Bush and the Republicans who are against SCHIP have wrong priorities: Malkin is still shrieking but still the wingnuts attacks have backfired.