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By jwilkes - Friday, November 20th, 2009 at 3:52 PM
As former CNN anchor Lou Dobbs considers what to do with the abundance of free time he has since resigning the position he held for the better part of the last 30 years, rumors about possible political ambitions have begun to swirl. But while Dobbs publicly eschews either party, his financial contributions paint a slightly different story. more...
By jwilkes - Thursday, November 19th, 2009 at 12:36 PM
Arnold Schwarzenegger, the colorful Republican Governor of California and former actor, tells the AP that he won't be running for another office once he finishes his second term in Sacramento in January of 2011. His announcment puts an effective end to what had been speculation of his seeking the Republican nomination for Senate in 2010 or 2012. more...
By jwilkes - Wednesday, November 18th, 2009 at 9:42 AM
After 56 years and 320 days, Robert Byrd, the longtime Senator and former Congressman from West Virginia, has surpassed all others to achieve the longest record of uninterupted service of any member of either house of Congress. On Friday, the Dean of the Senate will celebrate his 92nd birthday. And on Monday, chances are that he'll be back at work like any other day. more...
By alapoet - Monday, November 16th, 2009 at 1:11 PM
According to multiple, well-placed sources (both inside the Washington state Legislature and those observing), Speaker of the House Frank Chopp, through a lack of political will and leadership, is the legislator most responsible for the death of marijuana decrim in the last session. A reliable inside source, in a position to know, tells me Chopp doesn't want to force a "controversial" marijuana decrim vote by the entire Legislature, because he doesn't want to force fellow Democrats (in the majority) to vote on pot any time before the 2010 elections. more...
By jwilkes - Saturday, November 14th, 2009 at 5:34 PM
Former Louisiana Democratic Representative William Jefferson, who was convicted in August on federal corruption charges including conspiracy to solicit bribery, has been sentenced by a state court in Virginia to 13 years in prison, the longest sentence ever handed down to a former federal elected official. more...
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