Today Senate Republicans will launch a new, live, online show called Senate Doctors, broadcasting every Tuesday and Thursday at 4:00 p.m. Eastern time. The topic of the show will be (what else?) health care proposals being debated in Congress. Tune in today, if only for the entertainment value.
The death of Michael Jackson will obviously shift the media’s obsessive focus away from the extramarital exploits of Gov. Mark Sanford and his paramour from the pampas, but before we leave that topic entirely, let’s look at some analysis of what the Sanford and John Ensign scandals might mean for the Republican Party.
Taking a quick look at some of the other political websites . . .
Tondee’s Tavern has posted the first of what will apparently be several analyses of legislative districts represented by GOP incumbents who might be vulnerable to an election challenge next year. The spotlight falls first on Rep. Jill Chambers, a DeKalb […]
What sort of future lies ahead for the national Republican Party? Dan Balz of the Washington Post analyzes the latest demographic data and concludes that the party’s future is not exactly a promising one.