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Mary L. Landrieu

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  • Obama's New Orleans tour: 3 hrs, 45 min.

     
    by Mark Silva and updated Former President George W. Bush started his day in California, the morning he made his first, albeit aerial inspection of the damage done by Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans. President Barack Obama will end his......
  • Health-care debate: Senate salvos start

     
    by Michael Muskal The Senate began deliberations on its version of a healthcare overhaul today, with Democrats searching for a bill that will be supported by 60 senators. Returning from the Thanksgiving holiday, the Senate slowly began the debate on......
  • ACORN-buster busted in senator's office

     
    by Mark Silva and updated The last we heard from activist James O'Keefe, he was posing as a pimp and videotaping workers at ACORN offering tax advice to his purported client, a friend playing a prostitute. On Monday, O'Keefe was......
  • Louisiana 'Watergate:' Glenn Beck is out

     
    by Mark Silva James O'Keefe has lost Glenn Beck. O'Keefe, the young video warrior who surreptitiously taped employees of ACORN offering advice to him, dressed as a pimp, and his friend, dressed as a prostitute, had the backing of FOX......
  • 'ACORN pimp' 'truth'-seeking -- no bugs

     
    by Mark Silva One of the fellows arrested and accused of trying to tamper with the telephones in Sen. Mary Landrieu's New Orleans office - the same fellow who posed as a pimp to make videotapes of ACORN workers offering......
  • Health care plugged, debate unplugged

     
    by Mark Silva The fulfillment of the president's promise that the health-care debate would be shown on C-SPAN is one of the mistakes that leaders have made in a stalled debate, the president has allowed, but that doesn't mean they're......
  • TEA Party takes aim at 'MSM:' 'Go home'

     
    by Kathleen Hennessey NASHVILLE -- The second day of the National Tea Party Convention kicked off with speakers taking aim at the mainstream media. Two morning speakers, media entrepreneur Andrew Breitbart and Tea Party Express' Amy Kremer, dismissed...
  • Obama's final health push: 'Up or down'

     
    by Noam N. Levey Making an impassioned demand for a comprehensive health overall, President Obama today called on Congress to vote on sweeping legislation "in the next few weeks," implicitly endorsing action even if it requires Democrats to move forward.....
  • Senate Democrats' prospects brighten in South

    Democrats are cautiously optimistic they can hang on to the Senate this year. Surprisingly, this bright forecast is fueled by a sense they'll do better than expected in close contests in the Republican-dominated, Barack Obama-hating South. Until...
  • Chris Christie is not a 'small ball' politician [Commentary]

    Chris Christie is not a 'small ball' politician [Commentary]
    Perhaps you missed ... a regional National Labor Relations Board decision that ruled Northwestern University's football players are "employees" subject to union representation. And before you dismiss this decision as the ravings of some bureaucrat...
  • For Obama, procrastination on Keystone XL might be a virtue

    The debate over the Keystone XL pipeline may look like just another example of the partisan divide on Capitol Hill. If only it were that easy. President Obama's dilemma over whether to approve the 1,600-mile pipeline, which would move oil from Canada to...