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  • Where Reid cajoles, Pelosi pushes

     
    by James Oliphant Sometimes, Saturday Night Live is worth a thousand words of political analysis. The latest exhibit: last night's show. In the opening, Fred Armisen playing Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and Kristen Wiig playing House Speaker Nancy...
  • Stimulus: Passed

     
    The stimulus passes the Senate, 61-37, with Schumer and Gillibrand voting in favor. It prices in at $838 billion now, with tax breaks on houses and cars included in the deal agreed to last week. Apparently Harry Reid will serve......
  • Obama praises economic stimulus deal

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama this evening thanked "the Democrats and Republicans in Congress who came together around a hard-fought compromise that will save or create more than 3.5 million jobs and get our economy back on track.'' That......
  • Senate says deal, House says hold on

     
    by James Oliphant and Richard Simon, and updated Senate leaders said today that negotiators have struck a deal on a final version of a sweeping economic recovery package. If true, the bill could be sent to the president for his......
  • Washington: Stimulus deal reached

     
    Harry Reid announces a stimulus deal in Washington for $789 billion -- lower than either the House or Senate numbers. Details to come, but apparently some of the savings comes from reducing big tax breaks for homebuyers and car buyers.......
  • Staffers scramble to finish stimulus bill

     
    by James Oliphant and Richard Simon Congressional staffers worked overnight putting the finishing touches on the sprawling compromise stimulus bill that Democrats hope can be passed and signed into law by President's Day. House and Senate Democratic...
  • Stimulus in NY: The power of the education lobby

     
    How come no one lists the education lobby as one of the big winners in the stimulus? In the Paterson/Schumer teleconference this afternoon, Schumer said that $2.7 billion in education aid over two years -- $1.4 billion per year......
  • Friday morning ten: Styling Lincoln

     
    Everyone died in a horrible plane crash in Buffalo. Obama continues to celebrate Lincoln in a way that, somewhat grandly, turns it into a celebration of Obama, suggesting that one of the former president's great accomplishment was making Obama......
  • Pundits vs. people: GOP 'winner-losers'

     
    by Mark Silva It may come as little surprise to many that Washington-based journalists see things somewhat differently from a lot of other people in America. Jane Hamsher writes at The Huffington Post that there's something of a discrepancy between......
  • Sen. Burris tries damage control

     
    by Rick Pearson and Janet Hook U.S. Sen. Roland Burris tried Sunday to quell new questions about his controversial appointment, insisting he shouldn't be blamed for only recently detailing his conversations about the job with five close associates of........
  • Stimulus: An unusual bill signing?

     
    National Review Online's Amy Holmes notices something unusual about the signing of the stimulus bill: "Typically, a bill signing takes place in the East Room, or in the Rose Garden if the weather is nice. The president is flanked......