Remember that time that you got really bored in class and carved your initials into the desk? Well, it turns out that’s not such a good idea if you are a member of the government. And if the desk is in the state House chamber.
If Michele Bachmann becomes the next President of the United States, it’s safe to say that Tom Petty won’t be playing the inauguration.
The Pew Research Center and the Washington Post teamed up to find out how America feels about the current (possible) candidates for the Republican party’s 2012 bid. The top response was unimpressive, perhaps because it was the …
So it’s Monday. The good news: You’ve just had two days off to sleep late and hang out. Bad news: You’re now back at the office and out of the loop as to what’s been happening across the Intrawebs the past two days.
“The Obama experiment has failed”
–JOHN THUNE, Senator in South Dakota, likening President Obama’s policies to a science experiment gone wrong. (via FOX News)
This is what happens when really, really rich people run for office.
Today’s top links teach us about China, Republicans and the craziest Oprah fans out there.
In a matter of months, Jim Greer has gone from party chairman to purported criminal.
Solicitor General Elena Kagan, who was named President Obama’s latest nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court is already being scrutinized by Congressional Republicans, particularly on how she might react to administration policy decisions.