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‘Meet the Press’ to salute David Broder, its most frequent guest; Christiane Amanpour reports from Japan on ‘This Week’The TV Guy - Orlando Sentinel"Meet the Press" will salute David Broder, the Washington Post columnist who appeared on the program a record 401 times. (He started in 1963.) He died last week at 81. Chuck Todd moderates this week....
The Swampby Mark Silva Cass Sunstein, the president's pick to serve as White House regulatory chief, has drawn fire for some of the things he has had to say. Glenn Beck, the conservative FOX News Channel commentator whose attacks on another......
Tags: Government, Vehicles, White House, Eric Cantor, Jack Kingston
The Swampby Mark Silva Debt and taxes. That's what Americans stand to get from the health-care reform that Democrars are pressing, Republican Sen. Johnny Isakson says in his party's weekly address. "Americans have been calling us and e-mailing us,'' the senator......
The Hartford CourantWhen U.S. Sen. Christopher J. Dodd was diagnosed with early-stage prostate cancer after his annual physical in June, he kept the news largely private. It was a busy few weeks - Dodd was working on a bill to overhaul the health care system, shepherding...
Sunday morning: CIA Director Leon Panetta on âThis Weekâ; John McCain on âMeet the Pressâ; Mike Huckabee on âFox News SundayâThe TV Guy - Orlando SentinelCIA Director Leon Panetta will be the headliner guest on ABC's “This Week” this weekend. The program starts at 11 a.m. Sunday on WFTV-Ch. 9. Jake Tapper is the guest moderator. The panel will be George Will, author Robin Wright, David Sanger...
The Swampby Mark Silva and updated One year after the signing into law of a $787-billion economic stimulus bill, Republicans still are asking, 'Where are the jobs?' -- while Democrats accuse the GOP of enjoying the benefits of the act back......
Los Angeles TimesDespite his conviction last month on corruption charges, Alaska Sen. Ted Stevens, the nation's longest-serving Republican senator, clung tenuously to his seat yesterday as congressional Democrats exulted in their election gains elsewhere around the...
Tags: Government, Jeff Merkley, Jim Martin, Ted Stevens, Al Franken
Miscellaneous issues William, Bladensburg: What do you think are the chances the state will pass the bill to not tax military retirement pay? Thank you. Nitkin: The chances are excellent. I'd call it as close to a done deal as we see in Annapolis. Gov....
The Swampby Frank James In the Senate, it nowadays apparently takes a self-appointed, biparitsan "gang" of senators to get past the partisan gridlock. For instance, there was the Gang of 14 group of senators who helped the Senate get beyond an......
The SwampBy Paul West Every so often, luck and circumstance give birth to an accidental congressman or senator, a politician who lands in Washington mainly by being in the right place at the right time. Once in a very long while,......
Tags: Government, White House, John McCain, Tom Davis, Politics
The Swampby Frank James One of the biggest question marks right now about what will happen on Election Day is whether Democrats will gain a filibuster-proof Senate by reaching 60 votes. The filibuster, of course, is the way that the Senate......
Tags: Government, Jeff Merkley, Bob Schaffer, White House, Jim Martin
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