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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Dan Amira
Political analysts are resorting to dramatic terms to describe dire findings. "American voters are extraordinarily dispirited. The fights in Washington over the federal budget and the debt ceiling, coming on top of an aggravatingly slow economic recovery have produced a cauldron of discontent. If these sentiments last for the next 12 months, a large number of incumbents are going to be in trouble on Election Day," declares Christopher Arterton, dean of George Washington University's Graduate School of Political Management.
The first casualty of Obamacare is credibility
From the same political landscape that produced the persistent notion that Hillary Rodham Clinton should run for president here comes part two of such thinking. There are calls for Huma Abedin to run for mayor of New York City, even as her husband Anthony D. Weiner clings to the wreckage of his own campaign for that office following the most recent revelations regarding his sorry sexting habits.
"Whether the Daily Caller's plans to build KeithOlbermann.com into the Internet's premier Olbermann-criticism site is a good publicity stunt is not in question. It is... That doesn't mean it's a smart legal move," writes Dan Amira at the New York blog Daily Intel.
New York Magazine’s Dan Amira wrote about Romney’s fishing expedition, mining an article from the Ketchican Daily News (subscription required) for information about Romney’s bodyguard: “Skultka, who carries a .
"As an added bonus, New York would have a close personal friend in the White House once Hillary Clinton becomes president," said Mr. Amira, an early-bird prognosticator who made his recommendations way back in April.