Press Talk - Lou Brancaccio
Nada. OK, that's the answer, but I should let you know the question for those not following the magical mayhem tour the M&M boys are on over at the county building.
On Monday, the special legislative session will be in session and — wait!
With apologies to Quiet Riot:
Five months ago — before County Commissioner David Madore took his newly won seat — I wrote a column suggesting the smooth sailing was over:
Discovery TV is running a documentary, "All the President's Men," which -- as most of us know -- is that Watergate thing.
The founder of USA Today, Al Neuharth, was a rainmaker.
How did government get in the mess it's in? I was trying to figure it out when I thought of Stephen Covey and his view of the emotional bank account.
The signs — if you look close enough — are everywhere.
Good morning, class. I'm Professor Brancaccio, and we're trying something a little new this semester. It's a course titled: "What's up with that?"
We lost a good friend and former Columbian colleague last week when Kathie Durbin died after a long battle with cancer. She was 68.
When Vancouver Mayor Tim Leavitt walks into a room, you know he's there. He's a handsome young chap with an easy smile and a structure fit from hours in the gym.
When the baby was first born, it — well, let's see how to say this — didn't quite fit the definition of beautiful.
I was hanging in the newsroom (what, you thought I should be sipping a cup of joe at Latte Da?) when we started yacking about this sequester thing.
I was one of the worst offenders.
I've got two caffè compagni out there who couldn't be more different.