Best mystery writers; staying out of jail; Hillary wants Florida, Michigan seated
50 crime writers to read before you die. Rick "Wire Fraud" Renzi versus William "Cold Cash" Jefferson. Hillary: Seat Michigan, Florida Delegates. Plus, Clinton to Obama: 'Shame on you'.
The Daily Telegraph's literary staff, after a long study compiles a list.
Captain's Quarters looks at the practical advantages of being either a Republican and Democrat after indictment.
From Poll Dancing, which had a thirty minute interview with the candidate. "Remember that she won both states despite signing a pledge with the other Democratic candidates not to campaign there -- and remember too that, as a result, her name was the only name on the Michigan ballot."
Hillary Clinton lashed out at Barack Obama for distributing what she called "blatantly false" campaign literature.
Clinton jabbed the air with her hands as she told a crowd in Cincinnati, Ohio, that two Obama mailings spread lies about her positions on universal health care and the North American Free Trade Agreement. "Shame on you, Barack Obama," she said. Polls show Clinton and Obama are in statistical dead heats in delegate-rich Ohio and Texas, which both hold votes March 4. With Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland nodding in agreement behind her, Clinton accused Obama of emulating the tactics of Karl Rove, President Bush's former political director who is reviled by Democrats. Obama "is continuing to send false and discredited mailings with information that is not true to the voters of Ohio," Clinton said.
"Sen. Obama knows it is not true that my plan forces people to buy insurance even if they can't afford it," she said.