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.

from Tales from the Trail:

George W. Bush starting to emerge from cone of silence

October 20, 2010

George W. Bush is slowly starting to emerge from a self-imposed cone of silence that he has generally adhered to since leaving Washington for Texas when he turned over the presidency to Barack Obama.

from Tales from the Trail:

Washington Extra – Busting those Obama myths (or not)

October 18, 2010

Our top story today (at least according to readers of  President Barack Obama is to appear on “Mythbusters”, a television series that uses science to separate fact from fiction. It is part of a White House effort to highlight the importance of science, math and engineering, as experts warn that low interest in these subjects could damage America’s global competitiveness.

from Tales from the Trail:

Rice returns to White House for audience with another president

October 15, 2010

Condoleezza Rice, secretary of state to former President George W. Bush, returns to the White House this afternoon for a chat with the man who succeeded her boss, President Barack Obama. HONGKONG

from Tales from the Trail:

In Washington, Clooney shines his star power for Sudan

October 12, 2010

USA/The  normally buzzing White House press gallery came to a halt on Tuesday as film star George Clooney visited in hopes that his megawatt star power would draw mainstream media attention to  Sudan,  and help prompt President Barack Obama and other world leaders to use "robust diplomacy" to prevent violence in the African nation before a crucial election on Jan. 9.

from Tales from the Trail:

What’s it like to be the most powerful woman in the world? Michelle knows

October 7, 2010

Michelle Obama is the most powerful woman in the world. So says Forbes magazine.

Does it mean she can leap tall buildings in a single bound? We're not sure. But she did jump over women with a decade more experience (an assumption based on age) in the top 5 -- Kraft Foods Chief Executive Irene Rosenfeld, talk show host Oprah Winfrey,  German Chancellor Angela Merkel, and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. OBAMA/

from Tales from the Trail:

White House Intrigue: Could Hillary Replace Joe?

October 6, 2010

OBAMA/Could Hillary replace Joe as Barack's main squeeze in 2012? That's the juicy bit of palace intrigue enlivening today's U.S. political melodrama.

from Tales from the Trail:

White House adviser says Obama to energize his base for November

October 4, 2010

USA/President Barack Obama adds a new item to his first-term to-do list: energize his most loyal supporters in a national get-out-the-vote campaign for the November congressional midterm elections.