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Lost in the sixties again

Here come the Sixties again, hijacking another presidential campaign with their endless generational pathologies. This time it's John McCain, Vietnam vet, trashing Woodstock and Hillary Clinton, a woman some view as…

Obama loses fundraiser to Clinton

A longtime Democratic fundraiser has abandoned Barack Obama's campaign to help rival Hillary Rodham Clinton win the party's presidential nomination. Bob Farmer, who was a top fundraiser for several past Democratic…

Edwards tries to kill news story

A University of North Carolina professor said Friday that John Edwards' campaign demanded that he pull a student reporter's television story that focused on the upscale location of the campaign's…

Mainstreamers turn to political blogs

It had to happen. Blogs have become so much a part of the information mainstream that mainstream news providers had to get into the act. Just about every newspaper, from the…

Another nail in the GOP coffin

The second shoe fell last week when the Christian-conservative "Values Voters" met in Washington. Out of 5,775 opinion votes cast, national front-runner Rudolph Giuliani finished next to last, with only…

Rudy takes aim at the media

There was a big, imaginary bull's-eye covering the media section at former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani's town-hall meeting in Davenport, Iowa. For once, his attacks on Democrats were relatively…

Congressional Hispanics favor Clinton

With the 2008 presidential election still more than a year away, 15 out of 22 Democratic Latino members in the House have picked their candidates. Of the two Democratic senators,…

A GOP sleeper in Iowa?

Mike Huckabee, who strums a bass guitar and cracks jokes at campaign stops, is quietly establishing himself with Iowa voters as a serious candidate for the Republican presidential nomination. "I think…

Aw, ain’t that sweet

Democratic 2008 White House frontrunner Hillary Clinton says she is happy she stuck out it out with her husband, the 42nd president, through "challenges" in their marriage. Clinton said in an…

Now here’s a radical political idea

You may think that this is the election when you're finally going to be a gung-ho political activist. A stir-'em-up conservative. A shake-'em-up liberal. A straight-ahead independent. Ready to volunteer…