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March 06, 2012
The notion of humility has emerged as a central issue in Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.'s re-election battle in Illinois, which occurs amid a federal probe and U.S. House Ethics Committee investigation, writes Chicago Sun-Times columnist Laura S. Washington.
Chicago Sun-Times columnist Laura S. Washington says that Gingrich's efforts to paint President Obama as a socialist by comparing him to the oft-referenced community organizer Saul Alinksy is all for naught.
In her list of toasts and takedowns of 2011, Chicago Sun-Times columnist Laura S. Washington includes a salute to Desiree Rogers for her move to Johnson Publishing Co.
No one would get Newt Gingrich's nose more out of joint than Hillary Clinton, who battled with him in the bad old 1990s, Laura S. Washington writes in her Chicago Sun-Times column.
In her column at the Chicago Sun-Times, Laura S. Washington says that the 16-year incumbent is facing his first real challenge, thanks to the Rod Blagojevich scandal.
If Newt Gingrich is right about becoming the GOP nominee, it will be President Barack Obama for four more years, writes Chicago Sun-Times columnist Laura S. Washington.
It is time for the 99 percent to get off their air mattresses and get something done, Laura S. Washington writes in her Chicago Sun-Times column.
In her Chicago Sun-Times column, Laura S. Washington excoriates the city's criminal-justice system, which coerced four black juveniles into confessing to crimes they didn't commit.
Support from the president may be enough to save Rep. Jesse Jackson's "gnarly political skin," Laura S. Washington writes in her Chicago Sun-Times column.
Is Cain here to stay or is he just a flash in the pizza pan? Laura Washington asks in her Chicago Sun-Times column.
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