There is a scene early in "Dead Certain," Robert Draper’s book about President Bush, when the Bush campaign, reeling from its loss to John McCain in New Hampshire in the 2000 primary, is plotting its.
A motorist waits to cross the railroad crossing on East Market Street in Wilkes-Barre on Thursday morning. – Aimee Dilger | Times Leader A motorist drives over a railroad grade crossing on East Market.
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This week on the JOURNAL, Bill Moyers spoke with two journalists from the progressive magazine MOTHER JONES about Wall Street’s power over Washington and why the public isn’t demanding more regulation.