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Act One by Moss Hart (St. Martin's, $20). Hart rose from grinding poverty in Brooklyn to the heights of Broadway success in writing and directing. Act One is easily the best show — business autobiography — a riveting story that risks promoting the foolish idea that if you chase your dream and never give in, you will succeed.
From this Sunday's This Week with George Stephanopoulos, GOP professional turd polisher and former Bushie Matthew Dowd doing what he does best blaming "both sides" and Washington in general for the record level of obstruction we've seen from Republicans for the last six years.
The latest excuse for their intransigence -- President Obama is "arrogant."
MATT DOWD: Well, he definitely grabbed the initiative in a way that would put his policies through.
Senator Jeff Flake urges action on border security and guest workersObama defends executive order: ‘everything becomes hostage’ in CongressObama has shown courage to stand with us, say joyful LatinosModerate Republicans urged the party to “move on” from its fixations on immigration reform and Benghazi on Sunday, as Barack Obama continued to defend his decision to circumvent Congress by use of executive action.