from Tales from the Trail:

Jindal’s not running for president, but…

November 15, 2010

LOUISIANA GOVERNORS ELECTIONFirst, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal says he isn't running for president. Then out comes his prescription for righting the national economy. 

from Tales from the Trail:

Cheney was upset that Bush didn’t pardon Libby — president’s memoir

November 8, 2010

USA-SECURITY/CHENEYGeorge W. Bush's memoir, "Decision Points," is full of newsy tidbits, and there's a lot of material about his relationship with his vice president, Dick Cheney, whom Bush considered dumping from the 2004 ticket.

from Tales from the Trail:

Christine O’Donnell is not going away

November 5, 2010

Christine O'Donnell may have lost her Senate race. But she's not exiting the spotlight. In fact, she's sounding a bit like Sarah Palin.RTXU581_Comp-150x150

from Tales from the Trail:

Obama 2.0 still a work in progress

November 4, 2010

USA-ELECTIONS/OBAMAA reboot of President Barack Obama's White House, dubbed "Obama 2.0" in a New York Times magazine article, is still showing the hourglass.

from Tales from the Trail:

What wilderness? Republicans emerge from elections ready to charge

November 4, 2010

Republicans have emerged from the political wilderness and they're wasting no time laying down markers.

from Tales from the Trail:

Washington Extra – Chastened, humbled… and shellacked

November 3, 2010

It was a subdued and chastened president who took the podium for his post-election news conference today. His tone flat, his eyes often downcast, his smile largely absent, Obama admitted the election results were “humbling.” At first, he tried to pin the blame on the tepid economic recovery, but as the questions ground on, he took more and more responsibility for the defeat on himself. For setting a bad tone with business, for not making enough progress on the economy, for failing to change the way Washington works.

from Tales from the Trail:

Contrite Obama shows personal side

November 3, 2010

It wasn't quite a Bill Clinton-style "I feel your pain" moment, but for President Barack Obama it was about as emotional as he ever gets in public.

from Tales from the Trail:

Palin for President? Someone’s gotta do it

October 28, 2010

It's a tough job, but someone's got to do it. And if no one else wants to do it, Sarah Palin says she would step in.

from Tales from the Trail:

Reuters-Ipsos poll: Pennsylvania Senate race tied with one week left

October 26, 2010

The Pennsylvania Senate race has tightened up considerably a week before the Nov. 2 election and is likely to be hard fought to the end.

from Oddly Enough Blog:

Legumes and goobers and tubers, oh my!

October 22, 2010

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Blog Guy, you've helped other readers with their photo collections. I recall the guy who collects pictures of dancing presidents, and the one who asked for shots of rich folks eating ice cream.