Letterman and Koppel should do what all other industries are doing and merge. They could combine their award-winning programs and their complementary talents and take the new hybrid to another network.
Welcome to "W's Book Club," where once a month the 43rd president of the United States would invite four or five average Americans to join him in the White House dining room for a bite and a televised discussion with the author of some new book the First Lady or Karl Rove has taken a shine to.
A day after getting 14 Black Hawk combat choppers from the U.S. -- supposedly to fight the Drug War -- Colombia's president broke off peace talks with FARC rebels, pushing his country to the brink of war.
Bush fought to convince us he was a new breed of conservative -- a Compassionate Conservative. But he is actually the standard bearer of a far more coldhearted breed. Call them the Enron Conservatives.
Posted on: Dec 9, 2001, Source: OverthrowTheGov.com
Television ads feature excerpts from a rousing speech the president gave in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 attacks, intercut with shots of travel industry employees speaking the impassioned words along with him.
Posted on: Dec 2, 2001, Source: OverthrowTheGov.com
The Enron debacle has exposed the dark side of capitalism -- and the unseemly link between money and political influence. Let's hope it also sheds a light on the desperate need for fundamental campaign finance reform.