Administration lax on cleaning up AIG, Bear Stearns, and Lehman Brothers
Minnesota Rep. Jim Oberstar says that legislation stalled in the U.S. Senate would've helped the airline passengers that were stuck on the Rochester tarmac for six hours in horrid conditions.
After failing to take out Bachmann in her first race as a Congressional incumbent, Tinklenberg says he is a better candidate and can actually pull it off if you'll just donate before Bachmann says something insane days before Election Day.
Sen. Amy Klobuchar came out against Rep. Michele Bachmann's recent tirade against the Census, urging Minnesotans to fill it out to ensure we get our congressional seats and funding in the coming years.
Al Franken, along with Sen. Amy Klobuchar and other local politicians, rallied at the state Capitol Wednesday to celebrate his long-awaited win of the state's vacant U.S. Senate seat.
He won, get over it, and stop filling the world with your mouth garbage.
Pawlenty says he will sign Franken's election certificate today.
Obama released an official statement on Al Franken's win of Minnesota's vacant U.S. Senate seat.
Senator-Elect Al Franken just spoke in front of his Minneapolis home, happily accepting Norm Coleman's concession in the state's longest election contest.
Our very own Rep. Collin Peterson, the agricultural heavy-hitter in the House of Representatives, picked a fight with President Obama over a financial proposal. And he won!
Politics in Minnesota reported late yesterday that the Minnesota Supreme Court will likely rule on Norm Coleman's appeal for the state's U.S. Senate seat by the end of the business day.
We lost our patience long ago with this never-ending battle for Minnesota's U.S. Senate seat still sitting empty, but now even Sen. Amy Klobuchar is showing she is going to be pretty ticked off in a couple weeks.
The court ruled that Coleman owes Franken $95,000 in court costs. Minnesota law says the loser pays the winner's costs in an election contest, so it's all on Coleman's shoulders.
Could we just have every politician or kinda-politician run for governor in 2010, perhaps in a Lord of the Flies battle?
Some reflection on Pawlenty's decision and then it's straight into speculation about the next governor of Minnesota.
Take a couple deep breaths of fresh air this weekend and enjoy the outdoors before our lives get painful again.
A discovery in a Washington, D.C. restaurant known as a dining spot for some of the well-known politicians in town shows Franken's confidence stretches back to pre-Election Day.
Using embarrassing broken English shouldn't stop one Republican from loving another.
Commuters on Interstate 94 will now have a constant reminder that Gov. Tim Pawlenty has the ultimate power to sign the state's election certificate for Al Franken to ensure the state fills their U.S. Senate seat as soon as possible.
Al Franken's reply brief in Norm Coleman's Minnesota Supreme Court appeal has been released.
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Pickens Plan focuses on using more wind power and natural gas
Al Franken really wants to be seated in the U.S. Senate, but he's going to have to wait it out. Just be patient everyone.
No big deal: The U.S. Senate just passed a monster stimulus (aka spending) package today for a grand total of $838 billion. Talk about a shopping spree.
The U.S. House passed their version of the $819 billion stimulus bill 244-188 on Wednesday. The bill passed without a single Republican vote.
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Sen. Norm Coleman does an about-face on a bill that will hurt Minnesota farmers
Airlines go for broke while executives take the cash
Can Minnesota rein in prescription costs?
Why is the nuclear-power industry courting Norm Coleman?
Coleman, Wellstone, and the politics of purity
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?
Did the feds turn a blind eye to the Shakopee tribal enrollment fight? Finally, Congress decides to take a look.
Turncoat. Chickenshit. Radical. Minnesota's senior senator has been called a lot of things. But president?
Fred Phelps and federal lawmakers blast homosexuals
Should the House bill pass, prices will go up at smaller airlines while large airlines such as Northwest will shoulder a smaller tax burden.