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John Conyers, Jr.

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  • Stephen Colbert's testimony: Mocking Congress?

     
    House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer confirmed Sunday that Democrats can be just as cranky as Republicans when being made fun of on their own turf. According to the New York Daily News: Even some Democrats thought Stephen Colbert's Capital Hill routine was...
  • Kicking the lame duck out

    Today, Lomonaco and York evaluate calls for removing Bush from office. Previously, they assessed Bush's relationship with Congress and discussed his remaining agenda. They'll conclude their debate tomorrow with an exchange on the president's legacy. Dems...
  • Karl Rove subpoenaed, Att'y asks why?

     
    by Mark Silva The House Judiciary Committee wants to talk to Karl Rove, and it isn't asking any more. Rove's lawyer appears a little concerned that the committee chairman has a, well, butt-kicking, in store for his client, "a free......
  • Scott McClellan to testify next week

     
    by Katie Fretland and Mark Silva and updated at 9:45 pm Scott McClellan, the president's former spokesman who wrote a tell-all book about the White House's "culture of deception," will testify next week before a House committee about the leak......
  • Plame case documents subpoenaed

     
    by Katie Fretland The House Judiciary Committee has subpoenaed Attorney General Michael Mukasey to turn over documents relating to the leak of CIA agent Valerie Plame's identity -- the case that led to the conviction of former Cheney chief......
  • Four arrested in protest of Karl Rove

     
    by Katie Fretland Former Bush advisor Karl Rove was invited to speak at a GOP fundraiser in Des Moines, Iowa, but he did not get the warmest of welcomes from four residents who pledged to arrest him. Law enforcement officers......
  • Send Rove to jail petition passes 100,000

     
    (Brave New Films used the video above to promote the petition) by Katie Fretland A petition to send former White House deputy chief of staff Karl Rove to jail over refusing a subpoena to testify before a House committee has......
  • Bush Justice officials broke law: DOJ IG

     
    Monica Goodling and D. Kyle Sampson, key aides to former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, violated federal law and departmental policy by considering political affiliation and other improper factors in Justice Department hiring decisions, according to...
  • Victory in the voting rights battle

    We've come to the end of a remarkable journey. In the early 1960s, most Southern blacks were barred from voting. Yet today, just over four decades later, blacks and whites from across the country have selected an African American man as the presidential...
  • Nancy Pelosi: the extreme moderate

    LIKE THE NOTORIOUS head scarf she wore when there, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's recent trip to Syria — and the "she's finally gone too far" hysteria that accompanied it — has covered over the real story about her reign thus far. Consider:...
  • Mackey and Clark connection goes beyond records

    Mackey and Clark connection goes beyond records
    Mackey And Clark Connection Goes Beyond Records By Larry Hawley Nothing beats a record-breaking catch, especially when it breaks the mold. With an extended right arm in the air and his hand extended above his helmet, Dallas Clark found a way to reel in...
  • She Set Wheels of Justice in Motion

    Rosa Parks, the Alabama seamstress whose simple act of defiance on a segregated Montgomery bus in 1955 stirred the nonviolent protests of the modern civil rights movement and catapulted an unknown minister named Martin Luther King Jr. to international...