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Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Happy Birthday, Al Franken


We all know birthdays are a time to reflect, so the NRSC would like to take Al Franken down memory lane for his 57th birthday today.

Two years ago, Al Franken moved to Minnesota to run for the Senate!

Three months ago, Franken got busted for failing to pay Workers Comp in New York! It cost him $25,000.

One month ago, Franken admitted he failed to pay income taxes in 17 states! It cost him $70,000.

For two months, he's been dodging the media and refusing tough questions.

And for the last few weeks his excuses have been hard to believe.

Here's to wishing Al a much happier 58th birthday . . . back home in New York City.

www.FranklyFranken.com

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Clinton's Inevitable Exit Point

Wonder Land columnist Dan Henninger speaks to Kelsey Hubbard about Hillary Clinton's inevitable concession speech, as well as her future in the Democratic Party. (May 22)

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Parsing Primary Results

Patrick Egan, assistant professor of politics at New York University, discusses Tuesday's primary results, Barack Obama's majority of pledge delegates and why Hillary Clinton will keep fighting. Kelsey Hubbard reports. (May 21)

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How Time Warner's Bewkes Can Boost Shares

MarketWatch's Jon Friedman says Time Warner's CEO Jeff Bewkes has to sell AOL if he wants to boost the stock price and appease Wall Street. (May 21)

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Bad Rap for Biofuels

Jim Greenwood, president of Biotechnology Industry Organization, says the biofuels industry, namely starch-ethanol production, has become the scapegoat for skyrocketing food costs and shortages. MarketWatch's Val Kennedy reports. (May 21)

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The Ongoing Pentagon Pundit Scandal



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Sticky Situation for Maple Syrup

Maple syrup producers in southern New England tell Paul Lin there's a surge in production, but consumers shouldn't expect a price drop due to high fuel and equipment costs. (May 21)

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Kotecki- 05/21/08

Hillary Clinton wins Kentucky, Barack Obama wins Oregon, the race goes on, and John McCain's head media consultant steps down.

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Lionel - Gay Marriage? The Third Rail



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Families Struggle with News in China

Families in China are facing the dual tragedies of earthquake related loss exacerbated by trouble with the government. Video courtesy of Reuters. (May 21)

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Clinton Takes Kentucky as Obama Reaches Delegate Majority

Hillary Clinton captured the Kentucky primary -- winning the southern state by double-digits. Barack Obama, celebrated his Oregon win at a rally in Iowa, where he won the first Democratic contest in January. Video courtesy of Reuters. (May 21)

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Time Warner Reconsiders Cable Business

Wall Street will be watching energy inventory data after crude rallied to new highs; Time Warner plans to spin off Time Warner Cable; Plus, Microsoft prepares to launch its new cash back service. (May 21)

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Headzup - Bush's Nazi Appeaser



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Crawford's Webcam Trail Mix- Obama Begins to End Dem Race

CQ Politics' Craig Crawford analyzes Sen. Barack Obama's speech in Iowa after the Kentucky and Oregon primaries gave him the majority of elected delegates in the Democratic presidential primary.

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Crawford's Webcam Trail Mix- Obama Begins to End Dem Race

CQ Politics' Craig Crawford analyzes Sen. Barack Obama's speech in Iowa after the Kentucky and Oregon primaries gave him the majority of elected delegates in the Democratic presidential primary.

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HOUSE & SEN. UPDATE- Beaver State and Bluegrass

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Obama rallies in Tampa

(NECN: Tampa, Fla.) - Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama held a rally in Tampa, Florida on Wednesday. Obama discussed what he thought the American Dream was all about. "The belief that here in America, if you try you can make it... 6217

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