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Didya See Feder Today?

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A 28-year refrain: 'Didya see Feder today?'
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September 24, 2008


Robert Feder is leaving us. I hope he appreciates how this will screw up my morning newspaper routine.

Obama's nudge will help pass ethics bill

September 20, 2008

BY CAROL MARIN Sun-Times Columnist

Lucy & Ethel. Bert & Ernie. Oprah & Gayle.

Barack & Emil.

Sometimes friendship saves the day.

Just finished writing Sunday's column..which will be online Saturday....
The curtain goes up, thanks to a call from Barack Obama to Emil Jones, on the Senate's reconsideration of the ethics bill following Governor Blagojevich's amendatory veto.
Looks like we could have an ethics bill next week...but this is Illinois. No counting chickens before they're hatched.,CST-EDT-carol14.article

Obama should open door on his Cabinet
September 13, 2008


Barack Obama needs to take the 24/7 news cycle back. For more than a week, Sarah Palin has sucked the helium out of his presidential balloon. puppy,
Am off to pick up Jonah, a 4 month old Golden Retriever!
Will be back on the campaign trail tomorrow.
Have a great day.

Cardinal all but endorses McCain and Palin
September 10, 2008

BY CAROL MARIN Sun-Times Columnist

'The church does not endorse candidates for office," said Chicago's Cardinal Francis George in a letter read at all masses last Sunday.

Yes, it does.

Convention Chat....

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....Phil Ponce, Rich Samuels, Elizabeth Brackett and I talk about the memorable moments at the Democratic and Republican conventions tonight on Channel 11's Chicago Tonight at 7PM.

Enough Mommy Stuff

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Enough mommy stuff -- focus on issues

September 7, 2008


When in doubt, dumb it down, keep it simple. Yes, I'm talking to you, working men and women, ordinary people, average families, lunch-bucket-lugging, kitchen-table-sitting, paycheck-to-paycheck-struggling small-town patriots and big-city steelworkers.

Did I mention moms? Good grief, I meant to. You, my sisters, are the most important of all.

New GOP leader wants to 'clean up' Illinois

September 4, 2008
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BY CAROL MARIN Sun-Times Columnist

ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Though all eyes remain focused on Sarah Palin after her take-no-prisoners convention speech, we must not miss the other news of this day.

Fellow citizens of Illinois, today is the last day Robert "Individual K" Kjellander will serve as a Republican National Committeeman.

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Bristol Palin's pregnancy none of our business, but Sarah Palin's views are

September 2, 2008

BY CAROL MARIN Sun-Times Columnist

ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Perhaps Bristol Palin planned to have a baby at 17. Perhaps she didn't. Either way, it's none of my business.

But when the news broke that the teenage daughter of Gov. Sarah Palin, the GOP's vice presidential candidate, is five months pregnant, I heard it more as a mother than a reporter.

Why Alaska's dogged gov is needed to get to finish line

September 1, 2008


Sarah Palin, John McCain's surprise pick for VP, is the governor of a state that proclaims itself: "Alaska ... where men are men and women win the Iditarod."

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