From the Tea Party to the long-forgotten Bowles and Simpson, The Daily Beast ranks the winners and losers.
Asked how he broke the ice, Bowles practically burst out laughing.
Simpson and Bowles have returned to the stage with a far worse plan than the one they had before.
Well, Messrs. Simpson and Bowles call for a $3 billion reduction in annual farm subsidies.
In a Nov. 28 interview with the Christian Science Monitor, Bowles raised that to 66 percent.
In another minute the ladder was cautiously lowered, and Rex and Bowles joined their visitor.
I told her to wait a minute, and went and asked Mrs. Bowles.
Bowles now having succeeded in lighting his pipe, repeated the thumb touch on the other edge of the study and said, "Ah!"
"Bob, I'm going to resign," said Fred, when they came out from Bowles' office.
Bowles was a stranger to those parts and he admired the landscape mightily; but to him too it seemed a little bare.