The National Republican Senatorial Committee put out a kitchen-sink type ad in Minnesota Monday, accusing someone of writing pornography, laughing at ...
McCain's plan to rip health insurance from employment, tax your benefits, and cut Medicare and Medicaid to pay for it all is such a ludicrous, ill-conceived idea that even Republicans can't support it.
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In a clear-cut case of wearing too many hats, Jeff Larson, until now mostly known as a guy who knows Karl Rove way too well, has been exposed as the man behind Sarah Palin's red leather top, and another $140,000+ of wardrobe changes.
While serving in Iraq, Army Sgt. Beberg adopted a stray puppy named Ratchet. But the military snatched the pup before he could reach the Baghdad Airport to catch a flight bound for the US.
For progressives, 2002 was the year Democrats failed to oppose President Bush's March to War--and lost control of the U.S. Senate. But the two most d...
Amy Goodman of Pacifica Network's Democracy Now! was arrested in St. Paul, Minnesota, while trying to free two of her producers, Sharif Abdel Kouddo...
"I think voting on the weekend is a great idea, even though that means standing up to the powerful Tuesday lobby."
Sure, I don't live in Minnesota, but I feel I should do the right thing when I can.
For all the people who scoffed at the idea of a former comedian running for such a high public office, it can now be strongly stated that Al Franken's Senate campaign is definitely no joke.
"I really do believe our (Republican) party represents the highest ideals of what America is about". Coleman told an appreciative St. Cloud coffee shop audience. "We believe in quality jobs for the working men and women".
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Consultants have determined that Norm Coleman's best defense is a matter of taking offense at everything Al Franken has ever said or done.
I'm not a member of the Al Franken campaign, but it wouldn't hurt for his staff to remind the caucus-goer that while voting Franken into the Senate is an entertaining option, it is anything but a gag.
There are only crocodile tears over Franken calling the bipartisan-yet-ridiculous vote on MoveOn's ad "ridiculous."
When you parse it all out, it comes down to 50-50 on the subject of Iraq, but there are four names being floated as candidates for GOP aisle-crossing.