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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Crossfire
A crossfire (also known as interlocking fire) is a military term for the siting of weapons (often automatic weapons such as assault rifles or sub-machine guns) so that their arcs of fire overlap. This tactic came to prominence in World War I. - Source: Wikipedia
A recent Republican gubernatorial candidate said Tuesday that "it makes sense" for New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie to step down as chairman of the Republican Governors Association.
Callista Gingrich, wife of former GOP House Speaker and CNN's Crossfire panelist Newt Gingrich, has written three superb children's books on important events in American history.
Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich firmly closed the door on a U.S. Senate run from Virginia in response to a draft campaign by a political action committee.
It is industrial strength media and a methodical broadcast blitz. President Obama will grant separate sit-down interviews on the Syria matter to NBC, CBS, ABC, Fox News, CNN and PBS on Monday afternoon at the White House, all to air on the respective networks Monday night. Ideally, the interviews will function like trailers of an upcoming blockbuster — namely, Mr. Obama's live, prime-time speech to the American public on Syria about 24 hours later.
CNN announced Wednesday that it is bringing back "Crossfire," hosted by former GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich, former White House adviser Van Jones, former Obama adviser Stephanie Cutter, and current MSNBC host S.E. Cupp.
After news broke earlier this month that CNN was looking to relaunch "Crossfire," several sources told Politico that the network was looking to tap former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and former Obama campaign manager Stephanie Cutter to fill the dueling roles.
Despite the widespread assumption of Britney Spears' right-ish leanings, she has never been known to her fans as a politically active, committed — or even aware — entertainer. And it turns out the claims for her conservative proclivities have been unsupported by much in the way of evidence, even of the anecdotal variety. On closer inspection — indeed, even on perfunctory inspection — it appears that the belief that Miss Spears leans right is, at least as of now, little more than an urban legend.
Current TV says it will launch a six-hour morning talk block next Monday.
Current TV is launching a morning talk block with live simulcasts of the radio programs "The Bill Press Show" and "The Stephanie Miller Show."
I lost my television debate virginity to Tom Braden, the old curmudgeon liberal counterpart to Pat Buchanan, on the original CNN "Crossfire" series. His first question was a haymaker: "Who the hell do you think you are passing judgment on journalists?" he snarled.
CNN, desperately hurting for ratings, is making national news again, but not for good reporting - for absurd reporting.