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I try my best to analyze the 2018 US Senate Election Map to see where the current trends are heading and who'll pick up those seats when it's time to vote.
10 Dec 2017
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Will Mitch McConnell, Washington's new top Republican, work with President Obama or get in his way? Expect a bit of both. For more expert news and analysis, go to *******www.cqpolitics****.
28 Jan 2009
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BourbonBlog**** interviews Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky) during the Bluegrass Ball.
1 Feb 2009
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April 13, 2010 (2:04) Republican Sen. Mitch McConnell says Democrats are using 'backdoor' politics to 'institutionalize' bailouts for big banks. But critics say, McConnell has been involved in his own backroom dealings.
14 Apr 2010
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Transcript by Newsy**** BY CHRISTINA HARTMAN You're watching multisource U.S. news analysis from Newsy As President Obama puts the finishing touches on his State of the Union address - lawmakers and the media are busy picking out corsages. KSWB-TV: “Tomorrow will be date night for Congress, as Republicans and Democrats will sit together for the annual speech.” HLN: “Date night in D.C. ... Kind of like boy/girl, boy/girl, Republican/Democrat.” It’s like prom night on Capitol Hill. And Democratic Senator Mark Udall is the chairman of the prom committee. He’s proposing Democrats and Republicans sit together at the president’s address as a symbol of civility following the shooting rampage in Arizona earlier this month. And lawmakers are playing along -- for the most part, anyway. ABC: SEN. KAY BAILEY HUTCHISON: “I don't have a date.” SEN. KENT CONRAD: “Kay, I'm available.” (LAUGHTER) (FLASH) CHRISTIANE AMANPOUR: “Senator Conrad, have you picked a date?” SEN. KENT CONRAD: “I just asked Kay.” (LAUGHTER) Fox News: SEN. DICK DURBIN (D-IL): “My new Senate Republican colleague from Illinois Mark Kirk and I will sit together. I'm bringing the popcorn and he is bringing a coke with two straws.” By Sunday - more than 50 members of Congress had paired off. And according to a new CNN poll - most Americans like the idea - with 72 percent saying they want to see the mixed seating. The president is set to discuss jobs, the deficit, and the GOP’s health care repeal efforts. But Politico’s Carol Lee and Glenn Thrush are among the commentators who worry - the theatrics of Congressional “date night” could trump substance. “Still, the event offers the president the largest audience he’ll get all year, one that rivals the viewership for the Academy Awards. Obama’s first State of the Union address, last year, drew 48 million viewers...” But in guest commentary for The Washington Post - leadership consultant Carol Kinsey Goman says you can joke about the theatrics - but there’s real potential in this idea. “Congress is right to understand that where they sit sends a signal about their power dynamics and willingness to cooperate... I'm not saying that this symbolic seating arrangement one evening will foster actual, long-term collaboration. But I do think it's at least a scoot in the right direction.” There IS at least one bi-PARTY-san pooper -- Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell says he’s planning to sit where he’s always sat. Wanna see who’s paired off so far? Check out the link in our transcript section. Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy
28 Jan 2011
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The media is preparing to cover financial reform with the same intensity and scrutiny as health care reform, but will the new bill really face the same amount of debate and time within Congress?
17 Apr 2010
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As Congress continues its discussion on putting a stop to oil speculators, the Obama Administration dives into an energy-related piece of financial reform regarding derivatives' affect on record-high oil prices in 2008. However, 2008 pricing was the main selling point behind the alternative energy strategy pitched by T. Boone Pickens. Executive Editor Margaret Ryan has more.
21 Apr 2010
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June 23, 2011 (3:06) Debt talks led by Vice President Joe Biden are in danger as two Republicans drop out.
24 Jun 2011
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The Washington Post selects The Bluegrass Ball as inaugural best and BourbonBlog**** attends. We talk to our friends from Kentucky Bourbon Distillers' Association and we talk with Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell. Visit Bourbonblog**** for more.
24 Jan 2009
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The Washington Post selects The Bluegrass Ball as inaugural best and BourbonBlog**** attends. We talk with our friends from Kentucky Bourbon Distillers' Association and we talk with Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell. Visit BourbonBlog**** for more
24 Jan 2009
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7 May 2009
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House Republican Leader John Boehner (R-OH) today released a new YouTube video targeting the failure of Washington Democrats trillion-dollar stimulus bill and asking where are the jobs? The tongue-in-cheek web video, inspired by a classic 1984 TV commercial by now-Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY), features a job-sniffing GOP bloodhound named Ellie Mae and a down-home voiceover by Rep. Lynn Westmoreland (R-GA).
24 Oct 2009
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Watch all of Lesley's Episodes Here: *******www.digitsshow****/exclusive Become a Fan on Facebook: *******www.facebook****/digitsshow Follow on Twitter: *******www.twitter****/digitsshow In this episode Lesley sees how annoying she can be when she doesn't take no for an answer. harry reid, senate, house, house of representatives, congress, health care, health care reform, hcr, healthcare reform bill, politics, politicians, republicans, democrats, conservatives, progressives, independents, fringe, tea party, tea party protest, tea partiers, tea, party, democratic, democracy, republic, boehner, john boehner, nancy pelosi, mitch mcconnel, banking reform, finance bill, keith olberman, rachel maddow, glenn beck, bill o'reilly, CNN, MSNBC, news, political, barely political, nydailynews, joe biden, barak obama, hillary clinton, supreme court, theyoungturks, george bush, clinton, president, senator, congressman, 2010 census, no you can't, acorn, DCCC, NRCC, michael steele, NRA, guns, abortion, immigration, al gore Distributed by Tubemogul.
26 Mar 2010
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BY ALLIE SPILLYARDS You're watching multisource politics news analysis from Newsy Earthquakes in New Zealand and Japan- who’s next? Some experts say it’s the U.S. “The thing that most worries scientists is a threat of a huge earthquake along the southern end of the San Andreas fault. California faces a 94 percent probability of a magnitude 7 or greater quake in the next 30 years.” But Americans are calling for more than steel enforced buildings. The media have fixated on the safety of nuclear power plants. A panel on Morning Joe discusses how events in Japan will frame America’s debate over nuclear energy. “It’s going to be important that the public demand and the media demand that they be forthcoming about what the actual dangers and not sugar coat it and not try to gloss over the truth.” Cable news shows brought in a slew of political leaders to weigh in on the American effects of the tragedy. ED MARKEY (D-MA): “Well any plant that’s being considered for a seismically vulnerable area in the United States should be reconsidered right now.” SEN. MITCH MCCONNELL (R-KY): “We ought not make domestic policy based upon an event that happened in Japan.” Still - a nuclear expert told NBC’s Chuck Todd fears of a meltdown in the states are unfounded. “All of our power plants whether they’re in California which is a high earthquake area or in the Midwest or other places are required by the nuclear regulatory commission to design to be able to withstand the maximum credible earthquake.” And before getting too carried away with safety concerns about nuclear energy, a blogger for Yglesias asks, is any energy production safe? “While nuclear looks bad on safety grounds versus clean energy or efficiency, I don’t see any particular reason to see these safety concerns as more pressing than concerns around the fossil fuels that provide the majority of our energy.” Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
15 Mar 2011
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BY STEPHANIE STOUFFER ANCHOR ALEX HOLLEY You're watching multisource US video news analysis from Newsy. A younger, sexier, and shorter Statue of Liberty is gracing the new Forever stamps from the U.S. Postal Service -- instead of her older real sister. “The post office’s new Liberty stamp doesn’t really feature Lady Liberty. The stamp is supposed to celebrate the 125th anniversary of the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor, but it turns out the post office mistakenly used a picture of a replica statue that stands outside a Las Vegas hotel.” (Video: CBS) Even with such a significant mistake -- the Postal Service says it has no plans to recall the few billion stamps already in circulation. A post office spokesperson told the New York Times... ‘“We still love the stamp design and would have selected this photograph anyway”’ But the Times goes on to explain, “Mr. Betts did say, however, that the post office regrets the error and is ‘re-examining our processes to prevent this situation from happening in the future.’” So who caught the detail? A stamp collector -- one of Lady Liberty’s biggest fans -- discovered the differences in her hair and eyes. A writer for The Huffington Post suggests the post office is supporting the faulty stamps because it just doesn’t want to admit the gravity of the mistake. “To any New Yorker this would seem a truly egregious error, but the Post Office doesn't really care … They love the stamp! Or perhaps, they'd rather not reprint a few billion of them. Or perhaps they just don't see the difference.” But a blogger for Oh My Gov says the difference is clear -- and should have been caught. “Look at those things! You would have an easier time convincing people Barack Obama and Mitch McConnell are identical twins separated at birth.” Finally, LA Weekly has a little fun with the story, suggesting -- it’s Vegas that did it. “We were already confused enough about where reality ends and fantasy begins in the Fear and Loathing party capital of the universe. ... That's how powerful the Vegas mentality really is: It can trick the U.S. government into falsely identifying one of their most iconic symbols, then make them think that's a good thing.” 'Like Newsy' on Facebook more video news updates in your feed. Get more US video news analysis from Newsy. Transcript by Newsy.
19 Apr 2011
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