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- @JewelStaite Alan took it pretty well, tho 4 years ago
- @JewelStaite Okay, that was just sad. In a funny kind of way 4 years ago
- @JewelStaite Could be worse. You could be baking a Wraith. 4 years ago
- @JewelStaite Your Dad died. I think we can forgive you. And we do. My prayers are with you 4 years ago
- @WillMcAvoyACN Ah the plot line from last week. Life really does imitate art. 5 years ago
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Tag Archives: Nancy Pelosi
If your inbox is anything like mine you probably have a plethora of outraged emails from politicians, pundits, and people of no particular persuasion expressing their dismay over the recent congressional hearing on contraception. I alluded to it in a … Continue reading
Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords sporting a short haircut and escorted by her friend Debbie Wasserman-Shultz returned to the floor of the house to vote on the debt ceiling. She showed up at the last minute to standing and sustained applause in … Continue reading
Sundays bring us the political talk shows. If you see something interesting on one of them, jump on the comment board and talk about it. According to Politico, here is the lineup for this week’s shows: Meet the Press (NBC) … Continue reading
Earlier today Democratic leadership including Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, DNCC Chair Wasserman-Shultz, DCCC Chair Israel, and former DCCC Chair Van Hollen all called for Rep. Anthony Weiner to resign his seat in the House. At about the same time reports … Continue reading
I, for one, am tired of politicians putting politics ahead of the good of the country. Congress had an opportunity to extend unemployment benefits, and yet cynically chose not to do it.
Nancy Pelosi has the highest unfavorable ratings of key politicians, according to a new Nate Silver article. This really doesn’t come as a surprise to me, nor does it surprise Jonathan Allen and John Harris over at Politico. I have … Continue reading