Water Cooler Archive: September 2012
After news broke that the Department of Justice was suing the Gallup Organization over accusations that the well known polling company overcharged on government contracts, it was later revealed by The Daily Caller's Matt Boyle that the DOJ lawsuit against Gallup is based whistle-blower and former Gallup employee who also previously worked for then presidential candidate Barack Obama in 2008. Published September 4 2012
Almost one year ago House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi appeared to believe the Occupy Wall Street protests was a movement that was favorable towards the Democratic Party. Published September 4 2012
PICKET: Rep. Waters on Dem Convention being in 'right to work' Charlotte - 'We've got to make the best of it'
"We’re here now. We’ve got to make the best of it," Congresswoman Maxine Waters, California Democrat, told me on Tuesday when I asked her about whether or not she believed Charlotte, North Carolina was an appropriate choice for the Democratic Convention considering the venue in a right-to work state. Published September 4 2012
Obama's last minute trip on Monday to hurricane ravaged Louisiana as an apparent response to Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney's visit on Friday may be more of a pattern than some realize. When the BP Oil spill devastated his state's coast, Louisiana's Governor Bobby Jindal, a Republican, was critical of President Obama's response to that disaster. Published September 1 2012
Since Hurricane Isaac hit Louisiana, six deaths have been reported by the AP and thousands are without power. Published September 1 2012