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The SwampWASHINGTON--In selecting little-known Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin as his running mate, John McCain has underscored his determination to run as a reformer intent on ending the cozy deal-making of big-money special interests in Washington. But an architect of...
The Swampby Mark Silva With help like this... The reviews on John McCain's impact on the congressional bailout negotiations were rather mixed - with fellow Republicans insisting that he had helped, and Democrats complaining that he had helped run the talks......
Palm Beach Politics | Sun-Sentinel BlogsIn Florida alone, 600,000 blacks eligible to vote in 2004 didn???t show up at the polls, Michelle Obama said today. She told reporters her husband???s Democratic presidential campaign is concentrating on making sure registered voters cast ballots. ???We...
Tags: Polls, Michelle Obama, John McCain, Lawyers, Election Day
The Swampby Frank James When you're president or president-elect, you get a lot of gratuitous advice. And so it is that some Boston University professors have some ideas for President-elect Barack Obama, some serious, some not some serious. Hat tip to......
Palm Beach Politics - Sun-Sentinel BlogsThe Supervisor of Elections Office plans to open the headquarters at 240 South Military Trail, west of West Palm Beach, and its branches for absentee voters from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday. Voters may drop off their absentee ballots......
The Swampby Rebecca Cole A deep recession and surging unemployment have tamped down the usual frenzied rush of companies filing temporary visa requests to hire skilled foreign workers, with an expired and now extended government deadline leaving room for more...
KickingTiresThere will never be a shortage of people out there trying to take advantage of new programs or trends, according to Ohio Attorney General Richard Cordray. The new Cash for Clunkers program, officially known as CARS, is no exception. Cordray......
KickingTiresStartup company Hybrid Kinetic Motors showed off its first concept car at a Montgomery, Ala., hotel in hopes of building support for its bid to build cars in that state. The Italian-designed Quaranta concept is part of an effort to......
Mayo on the Side: Broward news columnist Michael Mayo | Sun-Sentinel BlogsGot a lot of reaction to my Sunday column about the new ID requirements for Florida driver's licenses, along with my related point on Arizona's new get-tough immigration law. Wanted to share some of the mailbag, but let me just......
Spin CycleWith a huge national election six months away, the suspense could be as much about chaos at the polls as who will win. For the first time, every New York state election site will have ballot-marking devices the disabled......
The Swampby Matthew Hay Brown Dunkin Donuts has removed an online advertisement featuring Rachael Ray following complaints that it showed the television personality wearing a black and white scarf that resembled a keffiyeh - a garment described by commentator...
Mayo on the Side: Broward news columnist Michael Mayo | Sun-Sentinel BlogsMelissa Lewis spent her last day alive asking two law firm colleagues about preparing a will, according to police interviews in the files of her murder case. "It wasn't that she was scared," Christina Kitterman, an attorney at Scott Rothstein's......
Tags: Cell Phones, Laws, DNA, Murder, Scott Rothstein
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