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Barney Frank

Barney Frank
Barney Frank has been in Congress since 1981. He represents the 4th District of Massachusetts. Barney Frank is the chairman of the Financial Services Committee. Previously, he was a Massachusetts state representative and an assistant to the mayor of Boston. He has also taught at several Boston-area universities.
Barney Frank has been in Congress since 1981. He represents the 4th District of Massachusetts. Barney Frank is the chairman of the Financial Services Committee. Previously, he was a Massachusetts state representative and an assistant to the mayor of Boston. He has also taught at several Boston-area universities. « Show less

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  • ‘Today’ welcomes Savannah Guthrie to ‘the family’

     
    To her credit, Guthrie said of her new job, "This is a little unexpected." She saluted the women who filled the role before her: Curry, Meredith Vieira, Katie Couric, Jane Pauley, Deborah Norville and Barbara Walters....
  • Bill Maher welcomes Eliot Spitzer, Barney Frank, Nate Silver

     
    “Real Time With Bill Maher” this week welcomes Rep. Barney Frank, D-Mass., and Nate Silver, the New York Times blogger who has written “The Signal and the Noise.” The book's subtitle spells out¬†its subject: “Why So Many...
  • L.A. Democrats decry outside group's mailer slamming elected officials

     
    The chair of the Los Angeles County Democratic Party has criticized an outside group's mailer in the bruising election battle between Democratic Reps. Brad Sherman and Howard Berman in the San Fernando Valley. Californians for Integrity in Government send...
  • ‘Face the Nation’ talks to David Baldacci, Gillian Flynn, Chris Pavone

     
    On the Sunday morning circuit this weekend, “Face the Nation” will be doing something different. The CBS program offers its annual authors program. One panel features¬†writers David Baldacci (“The Forgotten”), Gillian Flynn (“...
  • Internet gambling: Push to legalize online gambling has powerful backing

    WASHINGTON -- Backed by a powerful House member, the online gambling industry is waging a campaign in Congress to legalize Internet betting, saying it will continue regardless of its legal status and can be regulated and taxed if not outlawed. Opponents...
  • Video: Barney Frank Blasts Protester's Nazi Comparisons

    Video: Barney Frank Blasts Protester's Nazi Comparisons
    DARTMOUTH, Mass. -- Rep. Barney Frank lashed out at protester who held a poster depicting President Barack Obama with a Hitler-style mustache during a heated town hall meeting on federal health care reform. "On what planet do you spend most of your time?...
  • Gay Rights Advocates March on DC, Divided on Obama

    Gay Rights Advocates March on DC, Divided on Obama
    Thousands of gay and lesbian activists marched Sunday from the White House to the Capitol, demanding that President Barack Obama keep his promises to allow gays to serve openly in the military and work to end discrimination against gays. Rainbow flags...
  • Financial reform bill is likely to include new protections for home buyers and mortgage applicants

    Although the Wall Street and banking features of the giant financial industry reform bill taking shape on Capitol Hill have drawn most of the attention, home buyers and mortgage applicants should be major winners when the legislation is finally signed...
  • The tired war on Rush Limbaugh

    The tired war on Rush Limbaugh
    Here we go again. Rush Limbaugh is public enemy No. 1. Liberal bloggers and media chin-strokers are aghast at Limbaugh's statement that he hopes Barack Obama fails. Well, given what Obama wants to do, I hope he fails too. Of course I want the...
  • Does Antonin Scalia hate gays?

    Does Antonin Scalia hate gays?
    Rep. Barney Frank (D-Mass.) has been widely criticized for referring in a recent interview to "that homophobe Antonin Scalia," an injudicious exercise in name-calling that obscures Frank's larger and more valid point: that the opinions of the tart-tongued...
  • Letters to the editor

    Will 'card check' work? Re “The flaw in ‘card check,’ ” editorial, March 29 Your proposal for a secret ballot for employees would be fine in an ideal world. In the real world, however, the forces of intimidation available to...