If I’d had $1,000 to spare, the freedom to blow off a day of work and the cost of plane fare from Buffalo, N.Y., to Washington, D.C., I could have met presidential […]
“I’m pro-choice, I’m pro-gay rights,” Giuliani said.By Martin Bosworth —CNN.com Inside Politics, May 2, 1999. Giuliani has described himself as a backer of civil unions and is frequently described that way in […]
If you want to scare the American people, what you say is the billâ€™s an amnesty bill. Thatâ€™s empty political rhetoric trying to frighten our citizens. â€” President Bush May 29 at […]
During the presidency of George W. Bush, nearly four out of every 10 of his nominees for ambassador have been “non-career appointees” — or what many would consider “political” appointees. Neither his […]
By Martin Bosworth Yesterday, longtime Democratic consultant (and self-admitted “inexperienced blogger”) Dave “Mudcat” Saunders started a guest gig at Time’s “Swampland” blog by basically telling much of the progressive Democrat blogosphere to […]
By Martin Bosworth Yesterday my esteemed colleague Denny wrote an eloquent essay discussing how the removal of criticism from the newspapers contributes to our cultural and social erosion. The keystone for his […]
By Martin Bosworth Ezra Klein linked to a study by the Center for Economic and Policy Research that shows the United States as the only industrialized nation with no guaranteed paid vacation […]
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