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A government bailout for the media?

Does the news media need a government bailout?

Consider the news of recent weeks: Tribune -- owner of the Los Angeles Times and Chicago Tribune -- filed for bankruptcy.…

Obama’s health care plan: Say what?

When Barack Obama talks about America's deplorable health insurance problems, he speaks with undeniable passion. So what is he proposing?

For starters, he wants a national dialogue. Shades of…

Recession deepens; Deflation possible

The "nasty" U.S. recession will tighten its grip next year as unemployment rises and weak home and stock prices imperil consumers, finance firms and…

Oh, the idiocy of it all

The Supreme Court has declined to hear an emergency appeal seeking to have Barack Obama declared ineligible to be president because he is half British and thus has dual citizenship…

Let’s rename the VA

ACTION MEMO TO: President-elect Barack Obama & Veterans Affairs Secretary-designate General Eric Shinseki.

RE: Why We Need to Re-Name the VA _ to the Department of Veterans Advocacy.

The danger of Blackwater

Blackwater is bad news, currently quite literally. The sizable corporation, established in 1997, has evolved into one of the most prominent - and profitable - of a growing array that…

Can we pave our way to economic recovery?

President-elect Obama has disclosed a few more details of his plan to rescue the economy, but left out key specifics -- like how much it will cost.

But it…

Supremes reject challenge to Obama’s birthright

The Supreme Court has turned down an emergency appeal from a New Jersey man who says President-elect Barack Obama is ineligible to be president because he was a British subject…

A bold plan…but at what cost?

President-elect Obama has disclosed a few more details of his plan to rescue the economy, but left out key specifics -- like how much it will cost.

But it…

Shinseki: Restoring a good man’s honor

One of the enduring blemishes on the Bush administration's record is its shabby treatment of then-Army chief of staff Eric Shinseki. Shinseki's sin was twofold: In the run-up to the…