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Entries by Karen Dalton-Beninato from 03/2008

Katrina Evacuees Could Impact Texas Primary Outcome

| Posted 03.01.2008 | Huffington Post

When Hillary Clinton skipped visiting Louisiana just before the primaries, she sent Bill to New Orleans instead. After losing the state, Clinton at...

Muddying the Waters: Why No Olbermann for Tancredo? Or Maher for Keyes?

| Posted 03.06.2008 | Huffington Post

As Pennsylvania readies for its Democratic Primary closeup and the Republican Primaries are locked up, the right wing is gleefully dipping into progressive politics.

More Freedom Fries with Your New Orleans Outrage, Senator?

| Posted 03.09.2008 | Politics

Senator David Vitter still begs to differ that racism comes into play when it comes to the lack of public housing.

Nero Called: He Wants His Sense of Appropriate Timing Back

| Posted 03.11.2008 | Entertainment

A good rule of thumb is, if you're the guy who appointed an Arabian horse expert to run the country's emergency management system, you are the last one who gets to pen Hurricane Katrina lyrics.

Fore! Quickfire Challenge as Prodhomme Shakes Off Bullet

| Posted 03.25.2008 | Entertainment

It's going to be hard to beat this in the Top Chef Quickfire Challenge. Paul Prudhomme, the New Orleans chef who made blackened redfish a staple of...

Blab It, Grab It: Why Evangelicals are Finally as Mad as Hell

| Posted 03.25.2008 | Huffington Post

McCain is walking into the buzzsaw of denouncing the evangelical community again. Walking away this time is going to be more difficult than he anticipates.

There's No Crying in Literary Festivals

| Posted 03.27.2008 | Entertainment

My only Tennessee story is not nearly as good as the ones you can hear during I Remember Tennessee at the Tennessee Williams New Orleans Literary Festival this weekend.

Presidential Subprime Primer For Homeowners Under Water

| Posted 03.30.2008 | Huffington Post

During the real estate boom, subprime lenders preyed on consumers who often had no proof of income, no down payment, risky adjustable rates - nothing ...