By Andrew P. Napolitano
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Oh, woe is House Speaker John A. Boehner. Well, maybe. As the vote for his re-election as speaker looms Thursday, the Ohio Republican faces claims that conservative stalwarts on Capitol Hill are angry and organized, and there's no guarantee he'll retain his title.
Is House Speaker John A. Boehner hero or villain? Depends on who's talking.
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Though often rivals when it comes to fighting for fair contracts, hot scripts, top talent and big audiences, Hollywood's power players are united in their support for American veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.
Hollywood's most powerful elite are coming together to help American veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.
A Harry Potter theme park is coming to California.
Yes, why not use the Great Capital Earthquake of 2011, the proverbial Quake-a-mageddon to exercise vigorous political humor?
NBC is looking to revitalize its prime-time lineup with the appointment of a cable TV executive who transformed the once-maligned Showtime channel into a worthy rival to HBO.
Republicans, Mr. Meyer warns, "could lose the House in 2014 with Boehner as speaker. It's similar to what happened to Democrats in 2010. Opinion polls show him with approval ratings as low as 19 percent,"
"There are more than 20 House Republicans who want to fire Boehner now. The odds of this happening were once 1-7. Now they have moved to 1-4," Ron Meyer, spokesman for the conservative grass-roots group American Majority Action, tells Inside the Beltway.