Susan Threadgill


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The administration has stated that Bush won’t attend, and certainly isn’t going to let EPA Administrator Christine Whitman run amok with so many European environmentalists. Instead, the U.S. will be represented by Undersecretary for Global Affairs Paula Dobriansky–the equivalent of sending a Washington Monthly intern to interview the president. Dobriansky was previously the host of… Read more »

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To divine whether Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) is running for president, look no further than his garage. Kerry recently swapped his Italian-made Ducati racing motorcycle for an all-American Harley-Davidson. While it might help his populist appeal, motorcycling pols rarely find hog heaven: According to the company, no U.S. president has ever ridden a Harley-Davidson. Two… Read more »

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Bruce Reed, the former Clinton adviser who’s now president of the Democratic Leadership Council, drew the ire of Major League Baseball by penning a recent op-ed in USA Today, which questioned the league’s purported financial difficulty and included this line: “If George W. Bush wants to become Teddy Roosevelt, baseball is the trust to start… Read more »

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Accused spy Wen Ho Lee may have gotten an apology from the FBI and big bucks from his new book, but that hasn’t saved him from Larry Klayman, chairman of Judicial Watch, who represents Notra Trulock, the Department of Energy whistleblower who raised questions about security at the Los Alamos National Laboratory and is now… Read more »

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Democrats are tired of watching right-wing think tanks like the Cato Institute and the Heritage Foundation supply the Republican Party with ideas and talent. So a group of Clinton administration exiles—featuring Sandy Berger and Madeleine Albright—has been meeting in secret throughout the last year to level the playing field. The venture (which specializes in foreign… Read more »