Posts Tagged ‘coleman’
Coleman backers are bad; Cheney, the annoying ex VP; Pawlenty makes it harder to vote; and progressives persuade Obama on Panama free trade.
Minnesota politics: survey of opinions; Pawlenty health veto reaction; Coleman brief; the ash borer spreads.
Graham Backs Pelosi in CIA water boarding briefing dust-up, investigation of Rove advances, investigation of Coleman advances, and details coming out of the hearings on torture.
Lend me your ear! Astrologers are on top of the Coleman-Franken recount story…Fox threatens to shoot President, Reverend Jackson–symbolically, at least…protesting for better health care…no prosecution for torture memo authors?
Al-Marri’s guilty plea; The Minnesota Senate recount; Sixteen cattle die mysteriously (the oil company did it); and good bye The GOP. A gap in history caused by digital media; What happens when the first lady is a man? Fujimori gets 25 years. Porno. Not soft, not hard, but just right: Green. Bird has human eyes. Shell human rights trial moves ahead. VA suppresses interview, uses strong arm tactics. Legalizing narcotics works. Curing blindness. The Minneapolis St. Paul International Film Fest!!! Obama’s dismissive attitude, and a slew of environment related items.
Coleman/Franken recount update and talking about torture: examining the “margin of error” argument, Coleman lawyer not big on equal protection, federal campaign finance complaint filed against Coleman, Coleman asks for and receives another delay in seating a Minnesota senator, report and video show how America treats those in its power, examining the efficacy of torture, Obama administration holds out possibility of prosecution, Bob Woodward says this story isn’t going away, appeals court rules Guantanamo Bay detainees are not “persons,” and CIA prisoners still missing.
Minnesota edition: A retrospective of the Coleman-Franken election and recount for those who’ve lost track, Fox & Friends spreads misinformation about the recount, the order for delivery of ballots to be appraised and counted, Coleman vows another appeal, analysis of why it’s worth it to Coleman to look like a sore loser, O’Reilly boycotts Minnesota for voting for Franken, the costs of even a successful fight against flooding, and the RNC8 prosecution will test an unused state conspiracy law.
Minnesota edition: News on the flooding from the Red River Valley, Franken-Coleman recount updates, Coleman donor investigation news, immigrants (and a Minnesota-born citizen) held illegally, RNC8 informant convicted, exploring the state’s alternative energy options.
As I explained to someone the other day, I thought that after the election, we’d be able to retire the Replace Michele Bachmann Blog Carnival. Even though she squeaked through her reelection with a slim plurality, I was among the people who still considered the Republicans capable of learning what hadn’t worked for them in this election. One of those things being Bachmann, I thought she’d end up in some congressional broom closet somewhere, in a straitjacket with a duct tape gag. Not that I spent any time dwelling on this image or anything.
Alas, it was not to be.
At the end of January, Politics in Minnesota put together a good rundown of the web server “crash” of Coleman’s site and the security issues uncovered at the time. This is the January 28th event referred to by Wikileaks. Among those security issues: the ability to create a new admin password and a 205 megabyte database available for download.
No worries, though. Coleman’s campaign explains why the release of this information must be the work of big meanies out to get Coleman instead of being due to the campaign’s technological incompetence.