Analiese’s Reading 3/1
This week in the Senate recount hearing, Bobby Jindal’s past—the lies and the truth, and someone who will actually be missed—Minnesota writer Bill Holm.
Norm Coleman: Maybe We Need A Do-Over Election
The talk from the Coleman campaign about how the Minnesota election results are unreliable, and that a do-over election could be an option, has now gone beyond just Norm Coleman’s lawyers — it’s now coming from the mouth of Norm himself.
In break for Coleman, panel reverses order on poll worker testimony
The panel hearing Minnesota’s U.S. Senate recount reversed its order from Wednesday that struck out testimony of Pamela Howell, a Minneapolis poll worker who claimed to witness errors that could have caused double-counting of votes.
Secret Coleman-Lawyer E-Mails Reveal Intentional Hiding Of Witness — Franken Camp Wants Double-Count Claim Thrown Out Completely
All hell just broke loose in the Minnesota courtroom, with Al Franken’s lawyers catching Team Coleman in the act of yet more concealing of evidence — and they’ve now made a motion to totally strike the Coleman camp’s claims about double-counting of ballots, which the Coleman camp has hoped to use to subtract over 100 votes from Franken’s lead.
Jindal Admits Katrina Story Was False
Looks like the game is up.
Remember that story Bobby Jindal told in his big speech Tuesday night — about how during Katrina, he stood shoulder-to-shoulder with a local sheriff who was battling government red tape to try to rescue stranded victims?
Turns out it wasn’t actually, you know, true.
Bobby Jindal’s Secret Past
Did you know about the exorcism? The name that came from The Brady Bunch? Those and other surprising facts about one of America’s fastest rising young politicians.
Minnesota mourns the loss of author Bill Holm
Minnesota poet, humorist and essayist Bill Holm recently confided to his editor that he thought he had arrived at perhaps the “best place” in his writing life.
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