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Latest James Carville Items
The competition to be the next Ted Cruz is extremely hot within the Republican Party, where a number of emerging challengers are hoping to capitalize on the newest brand name in conservative politics.
In "James Carville to Ken Cuccinelli: You're 'scaring people'" (Web, Aug. 30), the Ragin' Cajun, Democratic strategist James Carville, didn't endorse the Democrats' candidate, Terry McAuliffe. Like other Democratic naysayers, Mr. Carville instead resorted to name-calling. This is why we will vote for Ken Cuccinelli to be Virginia's next governor.
MSNBC host Chris Matthews has once again railed against Sen. Ted Cruz, this time likening him to the notorious Nazi sympathizer, Father Coughlin, Mediaite first reported Wednesday.
Bill Hader is leaving "Saturday Night Live" after an eight-year run.
James Carville heaped praise upon Sen. Ted Cruz Sunday on "This Week," calling him "the most talented and fearless Republican politician I've seen in the last 30 years."
An estimated 42 percent of American marriages are interfaith unions, with partners not sharing the same religion or one claiming no religion at all. That change is likely to affect families, marriage survival rates and even local congregations, an author with first-hand knowledge of the subject says.
James Carville and Mary Matalin, political rivals and personal bedfellows, are collaborating on a book in which they will again agree to disagree.
The blackout at the Superdome will not stop the Super Bowl from returning to New Orleans.
When Mary Matalin heard a baby cry during a Super Bowl news conference this week, she paused midsentence, peered in the direction of the fussing child and asked: "Is that my husband?"