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Regardie's Magazine back issues
The Derek McGinty Show.
January 1, 1995... (WAMU, 88.5 FM) The tag line: Derek and political analyst Mark Plotkin discuss D.C.-area politics. There are occasionally guests in the studio, and there are callers--usually political candidates or elected officials. The bottom line: An excellent dissection of local issues: the stadium...
Sleazewatch: it's back!(Sen. Tom Daschle's abuse of power plays role in airline crash)
January 1, 1995... Congressional Democrats continue to depress us. Here we are, poised to attack the newly powerful Republicans for renewed sleaze--it's only a matter of time, we figure--and yet it's the Dems who continue to give us fuel for this column. You'd think November 8 never happened. Let us begin...
Republican turf.(effect of 1994 Republican Congressional victory on Washington, D.C., real estate market)
January 1, 1995... As victorious Republicans roll into town, real estate agents are hoping they'll shake up a sluggish market. But they differ over whether Democrats or Republicans usually make the best clients. "Republicans usually rent; Democrats tend to buy," says Prudential agent and longtime Democrat...
White House marks: a report card.(evaluations of Pres. Clinton and his staff)(Column)
January 1, 1995... Bill Clinton, President Biggest accomplishment: Let's be fair: The man has amassed a considerable legislative record in areas such as budget-cutting, free trade, and progressive social policy. Biggest failure: What does he believe in? What will he fight for? The country has no idea....
White House whispers: two years down - who's going to go?(Pres. Clinton's staff)(Column)
January 1, 1995... In a greasy back room at Doe's Eat Place in Little Rock on election eve 1992, the imminent victors gathered over slow-cooked steak and Bombay Gin martinis. The 30 or so members of the Clinton campaign's inner circle were in a state of open gloat. After innumerable appearances set to Fleetwood...