Gov. Tim Pawlenty may not have the star power of Sarah Palin -- the $12 million bank account and the Lear Jet mandate and the poll advantage -- but he's ahead of her in at least one area when it comes to a potential 2012 run at the White House: Political action committee fundraising. Palin's ... More >>
The National Republican Senatorial Committee is pulling some online fear mongering with Al Franken's swearing-in today. The country is going to crumble in front of our eyes, they say.
We're hoping for a Minnesota Supreme Court decision this week in Norm Coleman's appeal to try and win the state's vacant U.S. Senate seat. But that doesn't mean this is all over any time soon.
Republicans have now made it clear they will do whatever it takes to support Norm Coleman's continued fight until he has exhausted all of his options.
NBC had noted a strange Republican silence prior to this statement, but it appears they are still sticking by their man. Just needed more time to word their spin.
As the Senate race still goes unresolved, there is mounting pressure from both sides of the aisle to get Pawlenty to adhere to their requests.
Texas Sen. John Cornyn said the trial and appeals could take years to complete and Republicans might wage a WWIII if the Senate Democrats attempt to seat Franken before the appeals are complete.
His team is prepping for an appeal to the Minnesota Supreme Court if they lose the first round. And don't take a federal appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court out of the picture.
Norm Coleman's legal team tried so hard to convince the three-judge panel in his election recount trial that they had made a stupid decisions last week, but the judges weren't having it.
The state Canvassing Board is expected to certify Franken's 225-vote lead today at their meeting. Will Stuart Smalley be our new sen ... More >>
As the Senate debate here in Minnesota rages on, the National Republican Senatorial Committee would like to remind all of you t ... More >>
Turncoat. Chickenshit. Radical. Minnesota's senior senator has been called a lot of things. But president?