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Afternoon Oopsy: VPOTUS Pool Edition - Posted October 26, 2012
VPOTUS Biden spoke at the memorial service for former Presidential candidate George McGovern on Thursday afternoon. On pool duty that day was HuffPost's Jen Bendery. While reporting on Biden's remarks... [FishbowlDC]

John Harwood's Been Questioning Candidates Since 1968 - Posted January 15, 2009
Gail Shister TVNewser Columnist In 1968, Washington Post reporter Richard Harwood took himself off Robert Kennedy's campaign bus because he had become too enamored w... [TVNewser]

Aw, That Ain't Nice, Larry - Posted July 16, 2007
From Sunday's "Reliable Sources" on CNN: Larry Flynt: I don't care what anybody thinks about me. I told Tucker Carlson earlier in the week when he referred to me as a slimeball for breaking up Vitter's marriage, I said, yeah, that's right, I'm a slimeball and you still can't dance. ... [FishbowlDC]

This Week In Pool Reports - Posted April 20, 2007
Vice President Cheney and his trip to Chicago takes center stage in this pool round-up. We can hardly think of a funnier sight than Cheney mobbed by little girls in the American Girl store. "VPOTUS rode into Chicago in a 16-vehicle motorcade accompanied by more than a half-dozen police motorcycles. In traffic... [FishbowlDC]

Taking Out The Trash, 01.23.07 - Posted January 23, 2007
Bolo tie wins. Just goes to show there is a difference between should wear and will wear. Jack Shafer on words journalists should not use. "Cheney, media to take stand in Libby perjury case" An ABC release announc... [FishbowlDC]

It's As Close as He'll Get to Being President - Posted January 5, 2007
AP's Hillel Italie had such a good opening line that it bears repeating: "George McGovern was never elected president, but at least he gets to write a book about one." The president in question is the much-written-about Abraham Lincoln, who will be the latest subject for Times ... [GalleyCat]