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For twenty-five years David Latt has been a television writer and producer working on series like Hill Street Blues (won an Emmy), The Hitchhiker, Bakersfield P.D., Get A Life, EZ Streets, Stir Crazy, Twin Peaks (nominated for a second Emmy) and many others. During the Writers’ Strike he started blogging and now writes for Men Who Like to Cook, One for the Table, Bitten, Eat Drink or Die, and Peter Greenberg.

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Thursday, December 9, 2010     

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Democrats Have to Save Obama from Himself
(1 comments) Going behind closed doors with Republicans to forge a renewal of Bush-era tax cuts, Obama failed his party and the country. Now Congressional Democrats have to push back and save Obama from himself.

Saturday, August 8, 2009     

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Right Wing S**T Storm Tries to Stop Health Care Reform
The Republic Right Wing attack machine is determined to sink Obama's healthcare reform and if they can't succeed in Congress they're send in the mob to shut down town hall meetings and ambush members of Congress.

Saturday, May 23, 2009     

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Cheney's Dirty Little Secret Finally Revealed
(7 comments) Ex-VP Dick Cheney has attacked President Obama for endangering the American people but the motivation for his attacks isn't what you think.

Thursday, May 21, 2009     

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The Governator Gets It Wrong Again
(3 comments) California's Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger is about to slash and burn his way through the budget but does he have to?

Wednesday, April 1, 2009     

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Republicans Go Alice-in-Wonderland Over Dawn Johnsen, Nominated to Head the Office of Legal Counsel at Justice
Dawn Johnsen's nomination to head the Office of Legal Counsel at the Justice Department gives Senate Republicans another opportunity to attack the integrity of Obama's nominees.

Saturday, February 21, 2009     

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The Upside of the Downturn
(2 comments) Times are hard but there are lessons to be learned.

Saturday, February 14, 2009     

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What's the Perfect Valentine's Day Gift?
(4 comments) On Valentine's Day, choosing the perfect gift is difficult but the best solution might be right in front of you.

Wednesday, February 11, 2009     

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Obama's a Wimp (So Says the GOP)
(1 comments) President Obama believes in civility. His opposition doesn't. Only days after the inauguration, Rush Limbaugh pushed to the front of the pack to say he hoped Obama would fail. At first Republicans were shocked by his bad behavior. But they soon rallied around Limbaugh and through him rediscovered their hectoring voice.