Monthly Archives: November 2008

Daschle as Health and Human Services Secretary

Roll Call is reporting that President-elect Barack Obama has offered Tom Daschle the job as Secretary of Health and Human Services, and Daschle has accepted. Meanwhile, the Hill has this really exceptional story about the conservative blogosphere: Conservative groups are … Continue reading

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Dustin Pedroia AL MVP

Everyone is making a big deal out of the fact that Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia is only the second second baseman in nearly half a century to be an MVP. But how many players win an MVP … Continue reading

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“She Has Gone Home….”

In the closing days of the campaign– like most other people who follow politics– I have given thought to things like whether Barack Obama or John McCain is going to win Colorado, who will serve in the next President’s cabinet, … Continue reading

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Executive Director of Group that Produced Rev. Wright television ads worked on the infamous Clinton Chronicles

So who put together that last minute national television buy of those advertisements featuring the Rev. Jeremiah Wright? As it turns out, Scott Wheeler, the executive director of the National Republican Trust PAC, the group which paid for and produced … Continue reading

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Cheney endorses John McCain…. and McCain runs away from it or half repudiates it?

This from a New York Times story after Obama makes the endorsement a campaign issue: A spokesman for the McCain campaign issued a statement responding to Mr. Obama‚Äôs remarks, reminding voters that it was Mr. McCain who had opposed the … Continue reading

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