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  • Mayoral race is worth a debate

    If I could have had it my way, Rick Caruso would be running for mayor of Los Angeles. I don't know if he would have won, and I don't know if I would have voted for him. But I love a good fight, and Caruso is rich enough to have raised the small hairs on the back of Antonio Villaraigosa's neck.
  • Cost is the real drug threat

    In his weekend radio address, President Bush warned of rogue pharmacists making potentially dangerous prescription drugs readily available online. "The Internet has brought about tremendous benefits for those who cannot easily get to a pharmacy in...

    Showing the IRS some love after witch hunt

    Showing the IRS some love after witch hunt
    You may not have discerned this through the fog and mist of recent weeks, but the Internal Revenue Service is pretty durn good at its job. Some experts would go further. "I think they do an extraordinary job, considering that they're historically...

    Patricia Heaton: Twitter woes recall past Rush Limbaugh firestorm

    Patricia Heaton's current woes are like deja vu all over again. The sitcom star is at the center of a media firestorm after she apologized this week to Sandra Fluke, a Georgetown law student and contraception advocate whom radio host Rush Limbaugh...

    Patricia Heaton apologizes for tweets taking Rush Limbaugh's side

    Patricia Heaton deleted, then reinstated her Twitter account following a series of criticisms she made of Georgetown law student Sandra Fluke. Patricia Heaton sided with radio talker Rush Limbaugh on the issue of government sponsored birth control, but...