Press Talk - Lou Brancaccio
Good morning, class. Professor Brancaccio is back again. Thanks so much for signing up for "How to Answer the Difficult Questions if You're a Politician."
Far be it from me to air my political friends' dirty laundry, but … come on, man.
Welcome to the Fairness 101 class, students. My name is Professor Brancaccio.
Hey, I've got something to add to death and taxes.
Received this email from a reader a few days ago:
Let's get right to it. Will he, or won't he?
Dear Phil, Happy New Year, Mr. Knight! Hope all is well on your side of the river.
"Fasten your seat belts, it's going to be a bumpy night." — Bette Davis, "All About Eve"
There are good blogs and bad blogs. And then there is The Vancouver Side.
News from around the newsroom:
Come on guys, let's be honest. It's a gimmick.
Hey, you all have a great Thanksgiving? Hope so. So, what are we thankful for?
Good people. Period. That's what you'll always find at the Fort Vancouver Regional Library Foundation's Authors & Illustrators Dinner and Silent Auction.
A few post-election observations:
A few final election thoughts: