" 75,000 Turn Out for Obama in Portland " Far as I can tell this is probably the largest political rally in US history, certainly in Oregon history. It makes the papers & MSM all over which is all find and dandy for Obama as I would prefer him to win over the other 2. Of course I would prefer ... 10/3/2015 - 1:00 pm | View Link
President Obama outlines four NSA reform initiatives President Barack Obama defended the government's intelligence gathering policies, but outlined four initiatives to assuage concerns among Americans and foreigners regarding the legality of U.S. surveillance activities. "The programs are operating in a way ... 08/9/2013 - 12:02 pm | View Link
Barack Obama: The Story You've probably already seen headlines and articles triggered by the juicy details in David Maraniss' Barack Obama: The Story, about the president's pot-smoking school days or his college girlfriend's recollections of his "sexual warmth" and emotional ... 06/14/2012 - 1:18 am | View Link
Obama edited his bio many times for 17 years, but “born in Kenya” left intact until 2007 Doug Ross has put the “Wayback Machine Internet Archive” to good use and discovered that the Dystel agency is almost certainly lying about the origins of the section in Barack Obama’s author bio claiming that he was “born in Kenya.” When the ... 05/19/2012 - 3:35 pm | View Link
Report: Rattner bio reveals Obama Administration wanted Ghosn to run GM Steven Rattner, former automotive adviser to President Barack Obama, has just written a juicy account of last year's automotive bailout, complete with insights on the coming and goings of CEOs, courting foreign saviors and the General Motors plan to ... 09/2/2010 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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As 1970 began, a 31-year-old English journalist named Frederick Forsyth, out of a job and broke, set out to write a novel. Camping in a friend’s London flat, Forsyth worked nonstop for 35 days to produce the story of a plot to assassinate French president Charles de Gaulle. He called it “The Day of the Jackal.” Read full article >>
In Ted Hughes’s poetry, he often identifies himself with a hawk, fox, jaguar or crow, but this new biography suggests that louse, rat or swine might be more appropriate. Given the frequent sordidness on display in this book, there’s little wonder that the Hughes estate withdrew its initial support for it and denied its author, Jonathan Bate, the right to extensive quotation from his subject’s poems and archives.
Sloane Crosley is best known for her quietly hilarious personal essays, collected in two best-selling books, “How Did You Get this Number” and “I Was Told There’d Be Cake.” With her newest work “The Clasp,” Crosley is venturing into new territory: fiction. The novel, inspired by Guy de Maupassant’s short story “The Necklace,” is a love-triangle-comedy-of-manners told in Crosley’s signature irreverent style.