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When a Bank Is too Big to Hide

Commented May 26, 2010 at 21:29:51 in Business

“Astonishing article. How come we have not heard about this before? Great reporting. Good to know Milwaukee is fighting back, and infuriating that major banks are dumping homes in the hands of out-of-town speculators.”
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Friendly Advice for Hillary: The Best Way to Play a Losing Hand

Commented Feb 20, 2008 at 01:07:01 in Politics

“Excellent post. If she's smart, she'll "plagiarize" your language in her concession speech. Graceful words for a graceful exit.”
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9/11 Is Why He's The Worst President Ever

Commented Dec 4, 2006 at 10:39:11 in Politics

“The book was "The Pet Goat," not "My Pet Goat." And it's "among," not "amongst."”
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Moxie and My Mother

Commented Sep 24, 2006 at 11:51:04 in Healthy Living

“I look forward to more graceful writing from Marcy. It all rings so true. Your thoughts are particularly timely because American society is driven by fear these days. Fear of unknown violence by unknown "others" is what's driving political thought in 2006. Our personal lives are ruled by the fear of not having enough the right possessions, not attending the right schools and not living in the right communities. The lessons of Marcy's mother are a refreshing antidote to this constant, destructive worrying. It's probably one reason why Marcy is so successful, and it's terrific to see her credit her mother.”
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Explained: The GOP Obsession With Gays

Commented May 31, 2006 at 20:47:30 in Home

“Dear Sam,
Your audio interview was disturbing because you were totally dishonest with your subject, egging him on and pretending to share his point of view, only to ambush him in print afterward. No matter how lame or repugnant his opinions, you take the low road here by not being fair. What's wrong with asking questions honestly? It is obvious that you are not a journalist, but you are acting like one. Your actions tarnish hard-working, careful, honest reporters everywhere. You owe this guy an apology.”
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What's Eating George Bush?

Commented Oct 31, 2005 at 22:48:51 in Politics

“Any day that Nora Ephron has a post is a red-letter day. The political scene is grim, but her observations (and HuffPo in general)are bright spots on the landscape. Please continue to opine about anything your heart desires. Writing and directing films is noble, but I can quote lines from Esquire pieces you did decades ago, and have missed your commentaries.”