Recent KevTweets"Maybe we should rename the DOJ. "KGB" as a nice ring to it. http://t.co/ok5eNksju4"4 days ago"Absolutely mind-numbing horror in Moore, OK, where KFOR-TV reports as many as 24 elementary school kids were killed by a monster tornado."4 days ago"From a publicist's email: Ex-gov Jesse Ventura is available for interviews for a new book. Why was he never available when it mattered?"9 days ago"Watching press sec Jay Carney's non-denial denials: Why do I suspect in 3 weeks he'll be saying, "That statement is no longer operative.""10 days ago"The overhead rendering of the proposed Vikings stadium: Looks sorta like a hunk of toidy-bowl ice has fallen off some gargantuan airliner."11 days ago
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Monthly Archives: June 2012
Remembering my friend, USMC Lance Corporal Randy Clark. Killed in Beirut, Lebanon, Sept. 6, 1983.
I attended a presentation Monday by Thomas Mann and Norm Ornstein, the authors of a crucial new book, “It’s Even Worse Than It Looks.” The book is a much-needed critical appraisal of the state of the U.S. Congress by two … Continue reading
Republicans have hung onto the Wisconsin governorship held by Scott Walker, and challenger Tom Barrett has gone down to defeat. Now get ready to endure an onslaught of overwrought and probably wrong-headed assertions about what that means. Tea Party types … Continue reading
In my (otherwise non-political) interview with him this morning, I asked Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton to predict whether his next-door neighbor will remain Scott Walker. He did not hesitate in his answer. “I think Walker will win,” Dayton said. As … Continue reading
Gov. Scott Walker is 3 percentage points ahead in the final poll before tomorrow’s recall election in Wisconsin. But there is an opening for Barrett, who has closed the gap in recent weeks, according to Public Policy Polling. This is … Continue reading