Given Mr. Byrd's scant appearances on Capitol Hill, the GOP may not necessarily have loud support from the author of the reconciliation budget rule.
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Today's Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: The FBI is confirming raids at the offices of three Michigan auto suppliers who do work for Toyota, Lone GOP health care backer's campaign cash dips, and Beverly Hills disowns Miss California contestant.
If a governmental agency's logo begins to look scarily like the Obama 2008 campaign theme, even if done unintentionally, that is problem and should be corrected immediately.
European Union decries assassination of hardened Hamas terrorist, misses the point entirely.
Glenn Beck speaks his mind at CPAC.
Apparently, Senate Democratic Majority Leader Harry Reid is ether looking at some anecdotal evidence or just pulling thoughts out of thin air. Perhaps Mr. Reid and his staff should check out California State University's Martin S. Fiebert, study examining "Assaults by Women On Their Spouses Or Male Partners." According to the summary, the study blows away any claim Mr. Reid thinks he has on the issue of domestic violence.
Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee ripped into the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) yesterday calling it increasingly "more Libertarian and less Republican over the last few years, one of the reasons why I didn't go this year." He responded this way after Fox News host Geraldo Rivera presented the CPAC straw poll voter results showing that the governor scored poorly at only four percent among CPAC straw poll voters.
SCAAP houses criminal aliens and lacks transparency.
Today's Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: 5 freedoms you'd lose in health care reform, Obama presidential approval index rating: -19, and O's Bayh-way to hell, and AP source: NY terror suspect flushed bomb material.
The annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), hosted by the American Consrvative Union (ACU), at the Wardman Park Marriott in Washington, D.C., offered events for conservatives from across the country to look forward to and a few surprises. Here is a wrap up of CPAC 2010 happenings that made news this weekend.
Former Congressman and Speaker of the House Republican from Georgia Newt Gingrich addressed an energized CPAC crowd today.
CPAC attendees show optimism regarding coming elections.
Hot Air's Ed Morrissey, CPAC 2010's Blogger of the Year, talks about being introduced by Rush Limbaugh by surprise.
Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) talks Obama, liberty and "greatness for America" at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
Panel of former Muslims says U.S. is "sleeping"; overtolerance could pave the way for shari'a in America