Thune: Keystone Pipeline 'Right Out of the Gate'
Senator John Thune, who is set to take over the Senate Commerce Committee, pledged Sunday to push for construction of the long-delayed Keystone pipeline as soon as the new Republican Senate begins its session.
“We’re going to find out very …
Talking Thune, Pawlenty, Romney, and Daniels on MSNBC
In the unlikely case you can’t get enough of me, here’s my appearance on MSNBC’s Daily Rundown this morning:
If you still need to see even more of me after watching it, seek medical attention immediately.
Why Would a Little-Known Senator Be Polling S.C. Already?
This report, that South Dakota senator John Thune or friends or supporters of his are conducting polling in South Carolina, is intriguing, but I wonder why a senator who isn’t well-known would bother conducting polling at this point. How …
Barbour, Thune, Shuler, and Boren Meet the NRA
Haley Barbour, governor of Mississippi, achieved a rare balance in his address at the NRA convention today. His speech concentrated on telling the crowd to stay focused on 2010 while he sounded very much like a 2012 candidate.
While he included the …
Has Romney Decided? Watch the Campaign Plane.
Matt Drudge is a master of finding the intriguing comment buried in an article and . . . extrapolating big things.
The New York Times, in a profile of former Minnesota governor Tim Pawlenty, wrote: “His fate is in the hands of Mr. …
Sen. John Thune NOT Running for President
John Thune will NOT be running for president.
For months now, my wife Kimberley and I have received encouragement from family, friends, colleagues, and supporters from across South Dakota and the country to run for the presidency of the United …
Where Are the Aspiring GOP Presidents on the Tax Deal?
A reader writes in:
Question: What do Sarah Palin, Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee, Newt Gingrich, Tim Pawlenty, Haley Barbour, Mitch Daniels, John Thune, and Rick Santorum have in common?
Answer: Apparently, all have been moved to a secure undisclosed location …
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — In past years, some cities have faced a bit of controversy about hosting the National Rifle Association’s annual convention. Of course, those who hesitate cut off their noses to spite their wallets: “Organizers …