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Hillary Smoozes the Left with Iraq Talk

In Iowa for another day of town hall meetings, Hillary Clinton was smoozing the left with another shift on her Iraq stance. Joe Biden took a bit of shift Sunday too, with his talk about Iraq. It’s too be expected at this pointed, as I noted here earlier. The field of Democratic candidates will have […]

Former Congressman Rev. Robert Drinan Dies at 86

The Rev. Robert Drinan passed away Sunday at 86. Drinan was the only Roman Catholic priest ever elected to Congress as a voting member. He represented Massachusetts in the U.S. House for 10 years in the midst of the turbulent ’70’s. After a “worldwide directive from Pope John Paul II barring priests from holding public […]

Independent Joe Might Support Republican in ’08

Joe Lieberman said today on FOX News Sunday, that he plans to flex his Independent muscles in ’08 and could possibly support a Republican for president. The news shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone at this point. I’m wondering if he’s hoping good buddy John McCain might give him the VP nod. McCain if […]

Lining Up Endorsements: Liz Taylor Backs Hillary, Others Celebs Court Obama

The grand Dame of the Hollywood set has declared Hillary Clinton to be her choice for the next president of the U.S.. In a statement on Thursday, Taylor said, “I have contributed to Sen. Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign because she has a mind of her own and a very strong one at that. I like […]

Biden: Bush’s ‘Failed Policy’ Emboldens Enemy

Good for Joe Biden. Today on ABC’s This Week, Joe Biden turned the BushCo meme back at them and dismissed the criticism from BushCo that a “resolution opposing a troop buildup in Iraq would embolden the enemy.” “It’s not the American people or the U.S. Congress who are emboldening the enemy,” said Sen. Joe Biden, […]

Hillary ’08 – The Iraq Factor and Being the ‘First Woman’

During the ’04 election I always enjoyed reading David Yepsen’s column in the Des Moines Register. I didn’t always agree with him, but he’s certainly got a strong take on the Iowa caucus process and he does a good job of parsing the candidates. On Saturday, Yepsen’s column was based on an interview with Hillary […]