A Capital View


July 2008


Appreciating Bob Novak

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Bob Novak is a friend of mine and has been for decades. I make no apology for it.

The liberal readers of this blog may be surprised or even angered to read that the Prince of Darkness and I are friends. That's the way it is.

Even younger journalists have expressed astonishment when they hear that the ...

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Novak, Robert

The Incredible Shrinking Democratic and Republican Conventions

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Suppose there were political conventions and the media were nowhere to be found. It may look like that in Denver and the Twin Cities late this summer.

Severe cutbacks and buyouts at newspapers, large and small, and similar budget woes at the networks are forcing media organizations to scale back ...

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politics
Democratic National Convention
Democratic Party
Republican Party
2008 presidential election

Let's Skip the Patriotism and Religious Talk About McCain and Obama and Move On to Substantive Issues

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The silly argument over which presidential candidate loves his country the most is clear evidence of a hot summer of political posturing. Not much of the country is paying attention anyway and won't until around Labor Day.

No one doubts the patriotism of GOP Sen. John McCain. He paid his dues after ...

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religion
Obama, Barack
McCain, John
2008 presidential election

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