No Labels gathers allies in DC to start 2016 push - Miami Herald No Labels gathers allies in DC to start 2016 push - Minneapolis Star Tribune 09/17/2014 - 3:46 pm | View Link
Was the Walker witch hunt a union operation? - Human Events Online ... conservative groups with intrusive questions and ... bosses own Wisconsin Democrat politics lock, stock, and barrel – the entire Democrat ... 09/10/2014 - 2:00 pm | View Link
Experts suggest a pipeline to relieve rail issues - Wahpeton News ... the Bakken to Minnesota and Wisconsin along 616 ... Brandenburger has questions of his own. ... ” During the last North Dakota Senate ... 09/9/2014 - 6:05 am | View Link
Instead of 'Legitimate Rape' Remarks, This Time Right-Wing Economic ... - Huffington Post ... as has Scott Walker's Wisconsin , another ... as a candidate, thanks to serious questions about ... has not declared which party he would ... 09/8/2014 - 10:21 am | View Link
Rep. Marcia Fudge and Congressional Black Caucus settle some differences with Rep. Paul Ryan Fudge and Ryan briefly answered reporters' questions about their discussion after Wednesday's Congressional Black Caucus meeting adjourned ... from these exchanges with one another," said Ryan, a Wisconsin Republican who is frequently cited as a 2016 ... 04/30/2014 - 11:09 am | View Link
Latina GOP Legislator Slams Wisconsin Minority Caucus Mark Honadel. Rodriguez's district is 85 percent white, sparking questions in the Wisconsin State Journal about whether she would be invited to join the caucus, which this year, for the first time, is inviting white lawmakers who represent minority ... 01/6/2014 - 6:39 am | View Link
Latina Conservative Sounds Off On Minority Caucus Newly elected state Rep. Jessie Rodriguez says in a statement that she doesn’t need to be a part of the Black and Latino Caucus. Questions have swirled after an article in the Wisconsin State Journal about whether the second Latina in the Legislature ... 01/6/2014 - 3:12 am | View Link
Inside the caucus for wolf activists in Wisconsin Wisconsin is the only state to allow dogs to be used by hunters ... Two caucus attendees, Karen Rivelli and Adam Kassulke, took the time to answer questions about the caucus and the cause. Q and A with Kassulke There is a lot of questionable science ... 12/12/2013 - 10:13 am | View Link
College Basketball Caucus: The biggest 2013-14 story lines Both Michigan State and Michigan are title contenders, while Ohio State and Wisconsin should be Top 25 teams all season ... There have been plenty of questions this offseason: How well Casey and Curry will fit back into the team? Which players will play ... 11/6/2013 - 8:12 am | View Link
United States presidential election in Iowa, 2012 ... Democratic caucuses . On January 3, 2012, the Iowa Democratic Party held statewide caucuses to select delegates to the county conventions. Incumbent Barack Obama ran ... 09/18/2014 - 4:06 pm | View Website
Nevada Rural Democratic Caucus | Together in Rural Unity With less than 100 days until Election Day and just over 80 until Nevadans start voting, I am writing to update you on the Assembly Democratic Caucus, something I ... 09/18/2014 - 1:07 pm | View Website
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Caucus Room Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: The Russell Senate Office Building Chapter 3: Carrère and Hastings Chapter 4: Caucus Room Chapter 5: Naming the Caucus Room 09/18/2014 - 4:31 am | View Website
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A defeated Senate candidate argues a Mississippi judge was wrong to dismiss his lawsuit that sought to overturn his Republican primary loss to incumbent Thad Cochran.
McGehee had agreed with Cochran's attorneys in saying state law sets a timeline and McDaniel waited too long to challenge results of the June 24 Republican primary runoff.
Brentin Mock at Grist, as part of a series initiated by the Pulitzer-winning investigative site Pro-Publica, writes—Civil rights heroes offer climate marchers a little wisdom:
What can organizers of the upcoming People’s Climate March learn from organizers of some of the earlier, broad-scale demonstrations for justice in the U. S., like the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom?
That guy could really lay it on you, not just with his words, but with his voice too. The story behind this one is just as heavy: Brel's mistress left him because he refused to acknowledge that the child that she was pregnant with was his own. Considering the multitude of emotions at play here, it's no surprise that he would come up with something like this.
What are you listening to tonight?
The talking heads on Fox's The Five went after Real Time host Bill Maher this Thursday after Maher dared to point out the fact that their network is to blame for a good deal of the polarization of the American public, and true to form, used the occasion to propagate the myth that the rest of the corporate media is "liberal."
Here's the Palinesque word salad from co-host Greg Gutfeld he opened the segment with and please don't ask me to interpret.
GUTFELD: Bill Maher recently lamented the polarization of public discourse, and guess who he blamed it on?