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Top of the TicketTwo Davids may not have been out to slay Goliath, but in biting commentaries they certainly nipped at the heels of the Republican Party. Clearly, the intent was not to tear down. Indeed, the commentaries, though quite different in tone......
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelFormer state Sen. Dan Webster has collected a host of endorsements from former- and used-to-be and blast-from-the-past Republicans and GOP-leaning groups in his campaign for the Republican nomination to face freshman Democratic U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson of...
James J. Kilpatrick, a nationally syndicated columnist whose strongly conservative viewpoints on politics, law and language appeared in hundreds of newspapers over the last five decades and made him a popular, even parodied, television pundit, died Sunday...
Change of SubjectVeteran Chicago commentator Dennis Byrne is a weekly contributor to the Tribune's commentary pages and the proprietor of The Barbershop, a ChicagoNow blog. In Tuesday's Tribune he joins me in The Rhubarb Patch to discuss liberalism vs. conservatism and...
William F. Buckley Jr., as anybody who has seen the great Buckley impressions by Joe Flaherty or Robin Williams can attest, was hardly inimitable. But the contributions of the National Review founder and long-serving icon of conservatism extended far...
By common consent, William F. Buckley Jr., who died Wednesday, was the father of modern conservatism. But he also ended up as one of the Bush administration's most trenchant critics. His death not only represents the loss of one of America's leading...
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Los Angeles Times Staff Writer[This story ran in the Los Angeles Times on July 20, 2004] First, from Switzerland, came word that the world's oldest mountain guide had left the Earth. Then, from the East Coast, came reports that author and ancient mariner William F. Buckley had left...
Tribune staff reporterSunday is April 20, known to marijuana users as "4/20," a counterculture holiday recognizing America's most commonly used illegal drug. The number "420" is code for marijuana, and was most likely invented in the 1970s at San Rafael High School in Marin...
Spin CycleConservative icon William F. Buckley's son, a writer at the National Review that his father founded, pens an endorsement of Obama: "Obama has in him???I think, despite his sometimes airy-fairy 'We are the people we have been waiting for' silly......
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The Swampby Frank James Little late to the party on this but it's still worth noting. Christopher Buckley, son of the late conservative writer William F. Buckley Jr. has endorsed Sen. Barack Obama. With typical Buckleyan wit, the former Esquire editor......
The SwampChristopher Buckley appeared on MSNBC's Hardball Tuesday. by James Oliphant, and updated Christopher Buckley, scion of the late conservative thinker William F. Buckley, has left the National Review, the magazine his father founded, after writing this week...
Spin CycleIn debating the qualifications of Caroline Kennedy, it is worth noting only one of the last five occupants of the Senate seat to which she aspires held previous elected office: Republican Charles Goodell, who was a Congressman when Gov.......
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