The Wellstone Act could bring better health care to millions of Americans
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As long as she's appearing in front of friendly right-wing audiences, seated across the studio from friendly right-wing radio show hosts and cable news gab fests -- as long as she stays in the echo chamber -- Michele Bachmann is an unstoppable force, the Washington Post says this morning in a ... More >>
Fits of pique reinforced Franken's image as a champion of the liberal left, but now he plays squash with Republicans.
Dates with a senator-elect's daughter. Busted by the FBI. The former University of Minnesota-Morris student gets around.
Our first guess? A song by HEALTH, naturally.
Forget a recount, Al Franken says. It's time to get back to work.
A Republican may win the late Ted Kennedy's Senate seat.
The right wing echo chamber is already assuming that a close election will automatically be stolen by Democrats.
Speaking to a nearly packed Target Center, he gave a more folksy version of his health care reform speech given to the joint session of Congress earlier this week.
Our esteemed blogger in New York makes a compelling case.
Bachmann fears this program is morphing into "re-education camps for young people, where young people have to go and get trained in a philosophy that the government puts forward and then they have to go to work in some of these politically correct forums."
Five contestants. One job. No scruples.
doctor please, some more of these
Road-tripping to Texas for South by Southwest
Minnesota's senators were supposed to be the type to stand up for social programs, the environment, and civil liberties. So why are critics left and right accusing them of lying down on the job?
Buffoons on the ground, dictators in space: Emmanuel Dongala and the tragicomedy of Congo
The squabble between Jesse Helms and William Weld over the latter's confirmation as ambassador to Mexico has more to do with personal pique than ideology.