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Poor Ann Romney. It was the most important speech of her husband's career. They say presidencies are made in a total of four hours – The hour of the acceptance speech for nomination at the party's national convention and the three hour-long...
Tags: Mitt Romney, Paul Ryan, Chris Christie, Ann Romney
It's halftime in America, as Clint Eastwood once said. Halftime, that is, for that part of America that's glued to the television set (or, now, the smartphone screen) whenever political conventions are underway. The Republicans have fled steamy Tampa,...
Tags: Politics, James Taylor, Al Gore, Eva Longoria, Paul Ryan
Mitt Romney wasn't speaking to the delegates at the Republican convention in Tampa on Thursday night. He stood before them, but he wasn't speaking to them. That's probably why he didn't exactly swing his message like some sack of red meat to throw at...
Tags: Politics, Human Interest, Elections, Mitt Romney, Barack Obama
Years ago when I was a student at Northwestern University, a handful of executives at America Online came to my class and explained that you, I and everyone we know would soon find ourselves pleasantly stranded on "information islands." We nodded,...
With Thanksgiving almost here, it's time to present the annual Turkey of the Year Awards. Recipients may cry fowl. But even if they haven't been turkeys all year, each winner has done something to merit this prestigious recognition. The awards for 2012:...
Tags: Politics, Polls, Joe Biden, Wrigley Field, Paul Ryan
The Hartford CourantIf you are looking for something to be when you grow up, you might want to consider political punditry. Besides not requiring any manual or mental heavy lifting, the other great thing about political punditry is that there is no accountability. Really,...
Goodbye to Seamus, the Irish setter that 29 years ago rode 650 miles in a crate strapped to the roof of Mitt Romney's family station wagon, and to Rafalca, Romneys' Olympic-caliber dancing horse. Goodbye to President Barack Obama's "you didn't build...
Tags: Politics, Gays and Lesbians, Holidays, Hanukkah, Mary Schmich
Running off at the typewriter. … Florida State's come-from-behind, skin-of-the-teeth victory over Virginia Tech Thursday night could have been career-altering for coach Jimbo Fisher. Think about it: If FSU loses the game, Clemson likely goes to...
Tags: Buffalo Bulls, Politics, Radio, Clemson Tigers, United Center
Ice-T will not read this interview. How do I know? Because that’s what the 54-year-old rapper-turned-actor told me when we had lunch at Harry Caray’s Italian Steakhouse in River North June 4. Ice — who is promoting his star-studded...
The compromise announced Friday by the Obama administration on birth control as part of health care seems reasonable to me (point of clarity, I am Catholic), but in this political season, reason doesn’t seem to be a top priority. Before the change,...
Question: Is the Super Bowl postgame awards ceremony over yet or is Raymond Berry still walking through the long line of Giants trying to get a kiss on the Lombardi Trophy? Berry's long, slow, seemingly dangerous walk through the Giants to the Lucas...
To the showrooms, America! Automobile advertising dominated Sunday's Super Bowl XLVI, with everything from apocalypse-defying Chevy trucks to a vampire-killing Audi. Meanwhile, Clint Eastwood, Chrysler and General Electric pushed economic recovery and...
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