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This [administration] is the most hostile to the media that has been in United States history...You've been around, and you were shaking your head there the whole time and wanting to chime in...This is propaganda when it comes from the White House:
Fifty-five percent of those polled say the first-term Democratic senator is doing a good job, a double-digit increase from the 44 percent who thought so in September. The well-known former comedian and satirist had one of the nation's closest, most
San Franciscan Will Franken provides the most whistlestop character comedy that you're likely to see at the Fringe this year. A physical mix between a character from The Sopranos' and one of The Munsters, the 39-year-old rattles off a series of
Articles "Sprint recognizes that it is fair to ask whether the data collected using Carrier IQ software goes beyond 'technical diagnostic information,' and Sprint's answer is unequivocally no," according to the response. Sprint said it began carrying
Appleton East 39, Green Bay East 19 At Green Bay, the Patriots outscored Green Bay East 17-3 in the third quarter to pull away in their season opener and the first game under new coach Aaron Shaw. "The third quarter they really turned it on," Shaw
Franken, D-Minn., noted how he narrowly won his seat in 2008 in a recount. More than anyone, Franken said he knows each vote counts, and that Reid's race against Republican Sharron Angle will be very close. "I want you at phone banks," Franken said. "
The measure gave the employees of defense contractors who suffer rape or sexual assault at the workplace the right to sue in court. The meeting quickly deteriorated when Franken began berating one of Corker’s aides, according to GOP aides familiar
Most of the Republican Senators (all except 10) voted to stop an amendment that would stop federal funding for defense contractors who used mandatory arbitration clauses to deny victims of assault the right to bring their case to court. &
Senator Al Franken amazes again. There is a video of Sen. Franken calming a group of angry Tea Partiers that had confronted him at a fair in Minnesota, with clear and honest answers. All the while respecting them and
The Rachel Maddow Show on MSNBC has been one of the only television news outlet to cover the exchange that happened between Al Franken and Tea Partiers a few days ago. And their coverage of it explains rather nicely why that is.