Executive editor Jill Abramson of the New York Times admits she has tattoos: “I have now four. I think eventually, when I finish doing them, will tell the story of me, of where I lived, and what things have been important to me. … I have two then on my back that are the two institutions that I revere, that have shaped me. One is unsurprisingly the amazing ‘T’ in The New York Times newspaper. Then I have a Crimson Harvard ‘H’ and that’s for Harvard, and also for my husband Henry, who we met when we were in the same class at Harvard.” I guess we are left to imagine the fourth one.
That we’ll have a huge victory in November? Consider this: “West Virginia 3rd district incumbent Rep. Nick Rahall trails Republican challenger state Sen. Evan Jenkins by a 54-percent 40-percent margin.... View Article
With the economy sinking and events in Ukraine escalating, it’s a good time for a presidential vacation, eh? The President and First Lady are headed to Miami for an event... View Article
This Thursday, Feb. 20, you are invited to a free screening of “Agenda: Grinding America Down.” It starts at 6:30 at Jason’s Deli, 3473 Poplar (at Highland). Come early if... View Article
Saturday, Feb. 15, the Dutch Treat Luncheon will feature State Senator Delores Gresham (District 26). You can hear her speak at Pancho’s, 717 North White Station Road, at noon. On... View Article
Overheard on the radio: It was so cold in most of the U.S. yesterday that Democrats had to put their hands in their own pockets!
M section in the newspaper has a headline that reads “Go Red Day.” Haven’t we been doing that everyday since January 20, 2009? And they’ve been doing it even longer!
So Michelle Obama isn’t satisfied with butting into the lives of children and adults with her “Let’s Move” program. Now she’s going on the Puppy Bowl to promote it –... View Article
“Women’s rights” activist Sandra Fluke, famous for her outrage at having to buy her own birth control pills and her contretemps with Rush Limbaugh, is considering a run for Congress.... View Article
Today’s Obama White House schedule was sure to put in “lunch with Biden.” Guess that Robert Gates memoir hit a sore point.