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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Amie Parnes
It's nearly Valentine's Day again. Girls and boys, children and teenagers, men and women of various sizes, colors and ages, parade sentiments about what they wish, think, enjoy, reflect or remember about this crazy thing called love.
Hey man, like it's a bummer: There's unintended collateral damage when marijuana is legalized for recreational use.
Politicians, like elephants, cultivate long memories. Like elephants, some politicians don't get mad, they get even. Nobody channels elephants like Bill and Hillary Clinton. Bubba moderates his reputation for mischief with good ol' boy bonhomie. Hillary, not so much.
Aides for Hillary Clinton who worked her 2008 presidential campaign kept tight watch on her friends and foes, naming and maintaining a list of those in the party who were perceived to have betrayed her during her primary war with President Obama, a new book revealed.
The traffic turmoil of New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie did not galvanize the American public, despite endless media coverage and pundit caterwaul. The public was far more interested in the polar vortex than Mr. Christie's "Bridgegate," according to new data from the Pew Research Center for the People and the Press.
In a new book, "HRC" by Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes, we learn that she wrote a sympathy note to Gen. David H. Petraeus, when he was forced to retire after a bedtime misadventure became public.
"I have a little experience," she said, looking from the other side of an adultery scandal.