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Coleman v. Franken: Judges Allow up to 400 Additional Ballots

Just this afternoon, District Court Judges Elizabeth A. Hayden, Kurt J. Marben and Denise D. Reilly ordered the delivery of the following 400 ballots/applications/envelopes to the Office of the Minnesota Secretary of State by noon the 6th of April, 2009: “The absentee ballot return envelopes for the individuals identified in Exhibit A [394 beginning on … Continue reading

Presidential Press Conference: Health Care, Energy, Education

“We’ll recover. It will take time, patience and the understanding that when we work together and look beyond our short-term interests, that’s when we’ll prosper. We should look to the future with new determination and renewed confidence.” – President Barack Obama There should remain no question as to how President Obama intends to deal with … Continue reading

The Brightest Moon of the Century by Christopher Meeks

“…on December 22, [1999,] the evening of the winter solstice, the brightest moon of the century would appear, just days before the calendar started with new numbers for the next century. It would be the first and only full moon of the 20th century to occur on the first day of winter. These days, Edward … Continue reading

Coleman v. Franken: Failure of Proof?

With the Franken campaign resting its case last week, the three-judge election panel is about to begin final deliberation of Norm Coleman’s appeal to overturn Franken’s 225-vote victory in the US Senate election. His lawsuit, filed January 6, 2009, alleged that upon conducting a formal recount, the Minnesota State Canvassing Board erroneously declared Al Franken … Continue reading