Who is to blame for Monday night's baseball debacle: Bud Selig or Rupert Murdoch. Oh, let's just say both.
Politicians are in the popularity business. It's how they get elected, get things done. Freshman City Council members are supposed to be quiet, observant, respectful. Bill Green doesn't play that game.
Parents looking for urban daycare centers with the highest accreditation can wait up to two years for their infants to be accepted. The problem is that by that time, their babies are no longer babies.
Oliver Stone's new movie, W., has a short title but it may be a case of too much too soon.
So, in the last question of the last debate -- both candidates have cumulatively debated 40 times, a Bblical number that -- education finally came up.
So, what do you watch? Baseball or politics?
Remember the Sunshine State? The place that turned the 2000 presidential election into one of history's longest dramas?
Paul Newman was more than a great movie star. He was a sublime actor, an indelible character and a man of immense charity and purpose.
Sixty days to the election. Counting now.
It was only a matter of time before the politicians turned on the only group less popular than they are: the media. On Wednesday, the Republicans stoked the embers of anti-press sentiments with a vengeance.
That would be Mitt Romney, the former Massachusetts moderate who now swings hard-right. Could George Bush be a liberal?
There's only eight weeks to go until the election. Former candidate and New York mayor Rudy Giuliani issues a grace period before knocking the Republican's presumptive vice presidential nominee.
That's what Sarah Palin called the war in Iraq. Snippets of the Alaska governor's speeches are emerging on YouTube.
Taking a cue from presumptive nominee John McCain, the Republican convention qualifies for maverick status, only putting out its theme and schedule a few hours before starting.
The GOP's Tuesday night theme was service. Also, country first. And, then again, the story of John McCain's courage and original maverick status. Also, keeping the current White House occupant as far away from St. Paul as possible.