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VIRGINIA — If you’ve heard one thing about Thursday’s hour-long debate in McLean between Senate candidates George Allen and Tim Kaine, it’s this: in an exchange about Mitt Romney’s “47 percent” video, Kaine, the Democrat, said he “would be open to a proposal that has some minimum tax level for everyone.” It was a head-scratching
After Advance Publications announced it would gut the still-profitable New Orleans Times-Picayune’s newsroom and slash publication to three days a week, the Baton Rouge Advocate’s Manship family saw an opportunity. The Advocate, which killed its New Orleans bureau a few years ago in cutbacks, said it would open a new bureau and print a New
Aw come on! We would have thought by now the $716 billion Medicare bogeyman was dead and buried. Maybe not. The Columbia (Missouri) Daily Tribune proves us wrong, dragging out that canard about Obama and the Dems cutting billions from Medicare. CJR and others have pointed out that the 2010 health reform law called for
In June, Anna Wintour was (briefly) rumored to be under consideration by the Obama administration as its next ambassador to Britain. You may recall that in 2009 there was similar speculation—led by Page Six magazine, whose White House sourcing is, of course, legendary—that Wintour would be appointed ambassador to France. So where there’s smoke . . . there’s really