January 4

 
 

Iowa Caucus results, January 4, 2012, Romney edges Santorum by 8 votes, Ron Paul third

Iowa Caucus results, January 4, 2012, Romney edges Santorum by 8 votes, Ron Paul third From the AP Results for Iowa Republican Caucus (U.S. Presidential Primary) Jan 03, 2012 (100% of precincts reporting) Mitt Romney 30,015 24.6% Rick Santorum 30,007 24.5% Ron Paul 26,219 21.4% Newt Gingrich 16,251 13.3% Rick Perry 12,604 10.3% From CBS News January 4, 2012. “Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney eked out a narrow victory over former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum in the Iowa caucuses Tuesday, winning the first contest for the Republican presidential nomination, the Hawkeye state’s Republican partyRead More


Glenn Beck, Beck insults Americans, Glenn Beck radio show, Citizen Wells demands apology, Americans deserve apology, Open thread, January 4, 2009

This is an open thread for January 4, 2009. I am sitting here writing this listening to Glenn Beck on Fox preparing for a scathing article about Glenn Beck insulting concerned Americans, the same Americans who have faithfully listened to his shows and built up his audience. Glenn Beck, I believe this quote came from your newsletter: “Just like the notorious ‘seminar callers’ Rush talks about, there is a new type of seminar caller out there trying to get on talk radio: the birther. Sure, there are plenty of idiotsRead More


Bill Richardson resigns from Obama cabinet, Sunday, January 4, 2009, Scandal rocks Obama administration, Commerce Secretary, Governor Bill Richardson, New Mexico governor resigned

Governor Bill Richardson of New Mexico has resigned from Obama’s cabinet. Richardson is enmeshed in a Corruption investigation. Here is an article from Fox News dated Sunday, January 04, 2009: “Bill Richardson Withdraws as Commerce Secretary-Designate The commerce secretary-designate has withdrawn his nomination because of an investigation into whether Bill Richardson exchanged New Mexico state government contracts for campaign financing. FOXNews.com Sunday, January 04, 2009 Bill Richardson is withdrawing his nomination to be commerce secretary, FOX News confirmed Sunday. Richardson, who will remain governor of New Mexico, is facing aRead More