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Maureen Dowd: Hi-Ho, Lone Ranger

New York Times — IN the midst of Iran mania, the president got tossed a question about Bill Cosby.

Would he revoke the Medal of Freedom given to a comedian who has been accused of subverting the free will of dozens of women, and counting? 55 more words


Worse, The "Meet and Greet" from Hell

Everybody is continuously connected to everybody else on Twitter, on Facebook, on Instagram, on Reddit, e-mailing, texting, faster and faster, with the flood of information jeopardizing meaning. 23 more words


"An Expensive And Partisan Excursion Into Nowhere": Benghazi! Why Trey Gowdy Is Still Hiding Blumenthal Transcript

The strange saga of the House Select Committee on Benghazi continues as its chair, Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) fends off renewed questions about the committee’s purpose, as well as demands to release the sworn deposition of Sidney Blumenthal, … 1,242 more words


Maureen Dowd: Paris When It Sizzles

New York Times — PARIS — THE turquoise tranquillity of the Côtes d’Azur was rocked a couple of times during the Cannes Lions Festival, the advertising world’s rosé-soaked answer to the Cannes Film Festival. 92 more words


Russell Brand on the Dangers of Marijuana and Sugar (video)

In response to the common drug war propaganda about the alleged dangers of marijuana, Russel Brand released a video that asks a very good question: Is sugar more dangerous than marijuana? 108 more words


Maureen Dowd: Trade Winds Blow Ill for Hillary

New York Times — WASHINGTON — IT’S hard being Elizabeth Warren.

Especially when you’re not Elizabeth Warren.

Hillary Clinton had an awkward collision last week juggling her past role as President Obama’s secretary of state, her current role as Democratic front-runner and her coveted future role as president. 96 more words


" Moments Of Greatness"?

Maureen Dowd had an interesting column in the New York Times yesterday. Now, normally she’s pretty lucid and makes a lot of sense. However, I think she probably got into the Merlot a little early on this one. 498 more words