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Board 48 (2010-2011) - Houston Law Review
KARTHIKA PERUMAL. ANDREW BETHUNE. CLAYTON HUFF. ANDREW SCHELLER. JON BOBEN. MARY CATHERINE ISENSEE. CHRISTINE SHAHEEN.
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CHRISTINE SHAHEEN. ANDREW SCHELLER. HEATHER SHERROD. PAUL TASKALOS. PAMELA TAYLOR. TAMARA WALL. LUCY TYSON. Articles Editors.
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May 13, 2004 ... TCC's May Commencement student speaker Christine Shaheen Moosa graduates with two degrees, in performing arts and general studies.
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Martin Luther King Memorial | SHAHEEN POST
Thousands of people arrived this morning in Washington to attend the inauguration of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, the presence of U.S. President Barack Obama. Some have already started queuing up at 5 am local time (11 in Italy) and according to the organizers of the ceremony could see about 50 thousand people. Initially, the inauguration was to take place in August, but it ’was postponed because ofHurricane Irene. At the opening of the monument dedicated to the man symbol of the struggle for civil rights of African Americans are his sister, Christine King Farris, MartinLuther King III and his sons and Bernice King. Nikki Giovanni reads her poem ’In the Spirit of Martin’ and Aretha Franklin sings. Triumph for Obama Barack Obama arrives to celebrate Martin Luther King and the enthusiasm of the crowdbroke out, the vast majority black, towards the first African-American president in the history of the United States. It ’a big hug and [...]
IMF CHIEF WARNS CHRISTINE LAGARDE, Europe’s banks are nearing collapse | SHAHEEN POST
How bad is it really about Europe? Apparently, the banks are doing worse than previously thought. IMF chief Christine Lagarde sends a dramatic appeal. The Heads of State and Government had to act immediately! Europe’s banks urgently need financial support, otherwise threatens a second-Lehman Brothers disaster. If you for any money in the economy would get together, Europe should money from the EU rescue package to use it. Otherwise, threaten a collapse! It was necessary to secure the vital liquidity to banks. [...]
HUFFPOST HILL - SEPTEMBER 29TH, 2010
You'd be hard-pressed to find someone happy about their own behavior today. Circumstances forced Meg Whitman, a titan of the business world, to hand over documents to TMZ. The Senate shot down the extension of a valuable jobs program. The House punted on the Bush tax cuts until after the midterms. And political reporters once again punted on coming up with a better way to describe the tabling of legislation than "punted on." This is HUFFPOST HILL for Wednesday, September 29th, 2010: RAHM TO ANNOUNCE MAYORAL BID FRIDAY - Whether he will threaten every West Wing employee to sign his going-away card is unclear. A source tells the Chicago Sun-Times: "Rahm will end the week leaving the White House, move to Chicago this weekend, and begin campaigning like a galloping horse next week. He is not worried about not meeting a residency requirement. He has had top election experts advising him, and he doesn't have a problem in that area." http://bit.ly/aYzxPQ QUACK: HOUSE TO RECONVENE ON NOVEMBER 15TH - Democrats will be able to better relate to Katrina victims when they return to their utterly decimated House on November 15th. "But in a necessary formality of scheduling, the House voted, by 210 to 209, on Wednesday to approve an adjournment resolution that calls for the lame-duck session to begin on Nov. 15. The tight margin on a housekeeping issue reflects the continuing partisan tensions; Representative John Boehner, the Republican leader, urged a vote of "no" because the House has not voted on extending tax cuts." NYT: http://nyti.ms/d8YLVQ When the going gets tough, the tough get to their districts ASAP so they can glad-hand at VFW picnics. Nancy Pelosi announced during the weekly caucus meeting that there will be no vote on the Bush tax cuts until after the election. "Democratic sources said Wednesday that the House has decided against holding a vote this week to extend the Bush-era tax cuts for the middle class. Those sources said Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) made the plans clear to her freshmen during their weekly breakfast meeting. Freshmen in competitive races were among those pushing leaders to postpone action on the issue until after the elections. Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Chairman Chris Van Hollen (Md.), who also serves as assistant to the Speaker, suggested the same: 'Because the Senate Republicans have made it clear that they're going to hold tax cuts for 98 percent of Americans hostage so they can get special breaks for the top 2 percent, we will make sure that this is done by the end of the year.'" Roll Call: http://bit.ly/9WFcjJ During their caucus meeting today, Senate Republicans were treated to a video compiling clips of media appearances by... Senate Republicans! If the video doesn't make you want to drink acid, maybe the Jay Leno clip at the end will. Video: http://bit.ly/bHxFn1 DAILY DELANEY DOWNER - From Arthur Delaney: "The stimulus welfare-to-work program responsible for 240,000 jobs 'sounds like it's pretty much dead in the water' and will expire on Thursday after Mike Enzi shot down a UC request from Dick Durbin on Tuesday. Enzi said when he objected that 'the majority has known this program was going to expire at the end of this month all year and has taken no steps to reauthorize this important social safety net program.' On Wednesday, his office said the program 'undermines key principles of welfare reform' and 'is not sound welfare policy.'" http://huff.to/ag38ZD DOUBLE DOWNER - More sad: "What's even deader in the water than the important social safety net program? Legislation to help the 99ers, which was shot down by Sen. George LeMieux: 'We need to know how we're going to pay for it so we don't put this debt on our children and grandchildren.'" At least somebody's thinking of the children. http://huff.to/cveN4Z MAX BAUCUS SICS IRS ON KARL ROVE Max Baucus wants the tax man to tackle the shady tax-exempt groups pumping buttloads of money into midterm races. "Political campaigns and powerful individuals should not be able to use tax-exempt organizations as political pawns to serve their own special interests," Baucus says. "The tax exemption given to non-profit organizations comes with a responsibility to serve the public interest and Congress has an obligation to exercise the vigorous oversight necessary to ensure they do." In his letter to IRS commissioner Doug Shulman Baucus gives a shout to Americans for Job Security, revealed by the NYT last week to have a single employee subletting from a GOP hack shop. Jim DeMint wants to bleed the government slowly so he can watch the light go out of its eyes. No fun in doing it quickly. Despite his previous threats, DeMint will not block a temporary spending measure that funds the federal government for the next couple of months. "I hadn't seen the adjournment resolution, but if we can get a clean CR I think everyone can go home," DeMint said. "But they've added some things to it. I'm just taking a look at what they are... People are starting to smell the fumes of the airplanes out at the airport, and I know they want to go home." The HIll: http://bit.ly/aEM1jZ We hope he doesn't have any back problems because Ted Kaufman has been taking a prolific number of bows recently. The outgoing Delaware senator has exit interviews written up by J.T. Rushing in The Hill AND John Stanton at Roll Call. HuffPost Hill has one too: http://huff.to/a5EFGJ TOMORROW'S PAPERS TODAY - The Hill: Alexander Bolton on how Senate Democrats say they see late movement in their favor. Try to strike a positive tone before leaving Washington, Senate Democrats on Wednesday discussed their message for the campaign trail and poll numbers in various races. Roll Call: Sen. John Cornyn (Texas) is breaking with his own policy and urging GOP Members to contribute to the National Republican Senatorial Committee, recognizing that the money could make the difference in a dozen Democratic-held seats that now qualify as legitimate pick-up opportunities, writes Roll Call's David M. Drucker. Don't be bashful: Send tips/stories/photos/events/fundraisers/job movement/juicy miscellanea to huffposthill@huffingtonpost.com. Follow us on Twitter - @HuffPostHill LANDRIEU MAINTAINS HOLD ON OBAMA'S OMB NOMINEE - "Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., maintained her hold Tuesday on the appointment of a key administration official until the Obama administration lifts its drilling moratorium, which Sen. David Vitter, R-La., predicted could happen next month...Earlier in the day, after testifying before a hearing of the National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling, Landrieu acknowledged she was getting considerable 'pushback' from the Senate leadership to release her hold on the appointment of Jacob Lew to head the Office of Management and Budget. But Landrieu, who had already had one meeting with Bromwich Tuesday morning, said, despite some 'slight progress' on the moratorium, she was not ready to relent. Bromwich delivers his recommendations to Salazar this week on the moratorium, and whether to lift it before it is set to expire at the end of November." NOLA.com: http://bit.ly/bsTdJg BEN NELSON PROPOSES CAMP DAVID-STYLE SUMMIT ON TAXES - Tired of the centuries-old conflict between which marbletops Citigroup VPs choose for their kitchens, Ben Nelson today announced his plan to end the discord. Sam Stein: "Senator Ben Nelson (D-Neb.) traveled to the conservative Heritage Institute on Wednesday to make the case, once again, that Congress should pass a full extension of the Bush tax cuts, at least until the economy turns around... What stood out in the address was how the Nebraska Democrat tried to carve out a role as a Democratic emissary to the conservative crowd. Nelson told the crowd, according to an advance copy of his remarks, that he had written Obama recently encouraging him to host a bipartisan, bicameral summit on taxes, spending and the deficit." http://huff.to/8XMdia Really, Politico? http://bit.ly/aSs0Pw Eat it, Politico: Vicki McGrane is leaving Dow Jones to cover financial regulation for the Wall Street Journal. Christine O'Donnell, cover your ears. Mitch McConnell on the floor this morning: "Larry is also a strong supporter of the Second Amendment. He believes in gun control; that gun control being a firm hand and a steady grip." The Advocate notes that the likelihood of DADT repeal happening anytime soon is diminishing: "A nearly insurmountable series of negatives seem to be stacking up: The White House is not engaged, time is running terribly short, Republicans are winning the political battle on the legislation, the midterms only stand to weaken Senate Democrats, and many fear the release of the Pentagon's study of repeal in early December could deal a final blow to the effort. 'When you actually look at how much time Congress has to be here in lame duck, and the appetite to get difficult bills done, it will be very difficult to move the defense authorization bill,' said Winnie Stachelberg, who is vice president of external affairs at the Center for American Progress and has worked on the repeal effort." http://bit.ly/b68WEB Ken Silverstein on why he's leaving Harper's: "When you can read an entire column by the Washington Post's Howard Kurtz and never once feel the urge to cut out your own heart with a dull knife, you know that you no longer have the sense of outrage that is essential to reporting from our nation's capital." http://is.gd/fAVoW NOW DELIVERS 1500 "TITS" TO ALAN SIMPSON - "The National Organization for Women had an unusual gift for Alan Simpson this morning. One thousand five hundred nipples. Or, as they termed it, '1500 Tits for an Ass.' Simpson, who co-chair's President Obama's deficit commission, regained notoriety this summer when he compared Social Security to a cow with 310 million tits. The milky metaphor was part of an angry email he sent to a critic -- Ashley Carson of the Older Women's League. When news of the tit analogy broke, NOW took to raising money. The 1,500 nipples (baby bottle tops, more precisely) each represent $5 in donations NOW raised in response to the story. At a meeting of the fiscal commission this morning, NOW President Terry O'Neil presented Simpson a heaving sack full of nipples. Simpson graciously declined them. 'You should send that to a children's hospital,' he said, according to The Hill." Brian Beutler in TPM: http://bit.ly/990wIk JOE MILLER'S LEAD OVER LISA MURKOWSKI NARROWS - A new CNN/Opinion Research poll has Republican nominee Joe Miller leading current senator and write-in candidate Lisa Murkowski 38 percent to 36 percent. Scott McAdams is a somewhat distant third at 22 percent. We're not sure if Nate Silver has a metric for this sort of thing, but it seems increasingly likely that the midterms will be drawn out due to a court battle over whether to count "Mrrrkskee" as a vote. Political Wire: http://bit.ly/acJ7Ol MEG WHITMAN BEING SUED BY FORMER HOUSEKEEPER - Bishop to queen's 4. King's bishop to queen's bishop 4. Rook to queen's illegal immigrant nanny 2. Checkmate. "A former housekeeper for Meg Whitman claims the Republican governor candidate knew she was an illegal immigrant but continued to employ her, according to her attorney Gloria Allred. Allred said Whitman caused the worker to 'feel exploited, disrespected, humiliated, and emotionally and financially abused.' The worker alleges Whitman knew she was here illegally but did not act on it until she decided to run for governor last year." LA Times: http://lat.ms/9RX3tb Whitman's campaign shot back shortly after the press conference, supplying TMZ with documents that it says proves Nicky Diaz Santillam lied on her employment form about her immigration status. "The documents, which Whitman claims Nicky filled out and signed back in 2000 during her application for employment, appear to show that the maid stated under the penalty of perjury that she was a 'lawful permanent resident' of the United States. Whitman also claims Nicky provided her with a social security card and valid California Driver's License with her employment application ... which Meg kept and has now handed over to TMZ. Whitman has also issued a statement on the matter, saying ... 'After 9 years of faithful service, Nicky came to us in June 2009 and confessed that she was an illegal worker.' Whitman continues, 'Nicky has falsified the hiring documents and personal information she provided to the employment agency that brought her to us in 2000.'" http://bit.ly/bQkobQ @SwingState: #CASen: NRSC cancels ad buy supporting Carly Fiorina... http://ssp.bz/9OAFrg BLOOMBERG NIXES 2012 RUN - The dream of having nausea-inducing TVs in the backseat of every American cab is dead. Politico: "New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Wednesday he has no intention of launching an independent campaign to challenge President Barack Obama in 2012... But asked about the prospect on MSNBC's 'Morning Joe,' Bloomberg said, 'no' he's not considering a run. 'I think we should all pull behind Barack Obama,' Bloomberg said. 'He's our president.'" http://politi.co/a39Rnr Chris Christie on 2012: "I just don't want that, that badly right now, I just don't. I'm thrilled to be the governor of New Jersey." http://bit.ly/caBp6n JOHN ENSIGN FACES TOUGH REELECTION CONTEST - Manu Raju in Politico: "Nevada Sen. John Ensign appears to be gauging whether he can mount a reelection bid in 2012, despite the ongoing fallout of his extramarital affair with a campaign aide. The reaction from Senate Republican leaders who were once in his inner circle? Silence...GOP leaders are still avoiding questions about the senator and appear unlikely to offer any sort of support, barring a full exoneration from the Justice Department and Senate Select Committee on Ethics, which are conducting separate investigations into whether the senator broke federal law in allegedly attempting to cover up the nine-month affair that he revealed in June 2009." http://politi.co/9IteA4 Well, this happened: "Karl Rove speaks in Oberlin" http://bit.ly/bBvQDw Despite her poor standing among the non-Tea Party public, Sarah Palin is still polling better than congressional leadership. "The new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll shows Sarah Palin with 30 percent favorable ratings nationally, besting House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's 22 percent. The good news for Pelosi: her would-be replacement John Boehner is even lower at 14 percent. Former Speaker Newt Gingrich, doing his best Palin imitations of late, clocks in somewhere in the middle at 24 percent." San Francisco Chronicle: http://bit.ly/d4w2Mn BECAUSE YOU'VE READ THIS FAR - Here's a dog that's really not feeling its Halloween costume. http://bit.ly/9jaNHf SHARRON ANGLE CATCHES FLAK FROM FLACK - As reporters continue to play with their shiny new Christine O'Donnell, Sharron Angle has been collecting dust in the media toy bin. This week, Angle's own spokesperson lashed out at her boss for a campaign ad that implied that illegal immigration is directly connected with crime and unemployment. . "I condemned this type of propaganda, no matter who is running them, where they blame Mexicans as the only problem and where they attack them as the only source of illegal immigration," Tibi Ellis, Angle's spokesperson and chairwoman of the Nevada Republican Hispanic Caucus, told 1060 AM host Edwin Saldarriaga. "I don't agree with that." Nick Wing: http://huff.to/cOCZ9k A new ad from Sean Duffy, the Republican candidate for the House seat being vacated by Dave Obey and former "Real World" star, features a lumberjack logrolling a "career politician" into a lake. http://bit.ly/bvg0T9 And that's just the way it is: "Rep. Ted Poe took to the House floor to discuss a resolution Tuesday night, and perhaps his speech needed a little livening up, considering a member of the audience fell asleep directly behind him." Roll Call: http://bit.ly/btPUqY JEREMY THE INTERN'S WEATHER REPORT - Do you love rain and shadowy clouds? Well, you're going to love it Tonight and Tomorrow. The Gulf Stream, which brings warm water along the East coast, is meeting cold air along the jet stream, which has been running almost due north and locked in position for the past few days. Heavier rain is on the way. As a reminder, the weather trivia contest continues until Friday. To refresh your memory, here is the question: Tropical cyclones (including hurricanes) will fall apart as soon as they hit cold water: Their wind speeds die down, though they can still produce a lot of rain. They also lose their distinctive cyclonic appearance. To the naked eye in space, the transformation from a tropical to an extra-tropical cyclone can be defined by what punctuation-like shape? You'll also get a chance to demonstrate your lacerating wit. Thanks, JB! COMFORT FOOD - Consumerist announces the worst commercials in America. http://bit.ly/cwfNDN - This fax machine is a real smart ass. http://bit.ly/bt72HC - Wayne Brady and Mike Tyson perform "Every Little Step." Why? http://bit.ly/9Y4KGJ - A puppy steals a shoe. We report, you decide. http://bit.ly/dtfe22 - If celebrities used their real names. http://bit.ly/bwVX4z - An unhinged customer at Guitar Center attacked a guy dressed up as Elmo. Guy dressed up as Elmo then threw unhinged customer into a display case. http://bit.ly/9hPcFH - A collection of the year's best environmental phogotraphy. http://bit.ly/b1d3ZO - Look out Huffington Post, here comes True American Dog News. http://bit.ly/a3yjWX TWITTERAMA @lehmannchris: So will White House going-away party for Rahm feature a cake, or a wide array of dead fish wrapped in newspaper? @brianbeutler: Who among us wouldn't refuse to lie to protect a Jewish girl from Hitler, but happily lie about attending Oxford and dabbling in witchcraft? @pourmecoffee: Congress needs a "Take Your Job To Work Day" where they actually make laws and stuff. @AdamSerwer: Shorter this week: Liberal bloggers blog about how important and influential liberal bloggers are THE TUBE TONIGHT: James Clyburn and Jeanne Shaheen are on Hardball. Lindsey Graham is on the Situation Room. Bob Casey talks jobs on the Ed Show. Huffpost Bonanza: Howard Fineman is on Countdown and Arianna Huffington< is on Rachel Maddow. David Axelrod and Bob Woodward are on Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell. TOMORROW: Bob Woodward and John Thune are on the Situation Room. ON TAP TONIGHT 7:00 pm: Al Jazeera English hosts "Reporting from the Frontlines", which features Al Jazeera reporters discussing the conflicts in Iraq, Afghanistan and Israel/Palestine [Georgetown University]. 5:00 pm: You couldn't find more crazy in one place if you brewed it in a clawfoot tub in your basement. Steve King (R-Iowa) attends a reception and dinner in his honor with Lamar Smith (R-Texas). 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm: Paul Hodes (D-N.H.) solicits $2,000-plus donations for his Senate campaign. That's a lot of bottles of wine from your state-sanctioned liquor store [Cornerstone Government Affairs, 300 Independence Ave SE]. 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm: John Hall (D-N.Y.) will probably rake in a fair amount of dough at his evening reception. Too bad he'll have to spend it all on the, like, 50,000 pickles needed for guest-of-honor Chuck Schumer's (D-N.Y.) mandatory Schumwhich [Johnny's Half Shell, 400 North Capitol Street NW]. TOMORROW 8:00 am - 9:00 am: Dina Titus (D-Nev.) generates some enthusiasm and cash for her campaign with an assist from Harry Reid (D-Nev.) [Charlie Palmer Steak, 101 Constitution Ave NW]. 8:30 am: We're not sure if fundraisers at Johnny's Half Shell jive with Earl Blumenauer's (D-Ore.) bike-Nazi hippie vibe but dude's gotta get by, we suppose [Johnny's Half Shell, 400 North Capitol Street NW]. 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm: Bro down with David Price (D-N.C.) at the congressman's "Barbecue and Brews" [The Williams & Jensen Townhouse, 324 Independence Ave SE]. Got something to add? Send tips/quotes/stories/photos/events/fundraisers/job movement/juicy miscellanea to Eliot Nelson (eliot@huffingtonpost.com), Ryan Grim (ryan@huffingtonpost.com) or Nico Pitney (nico@huffingtonpost.com). 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Syracuse, NY - Defense lawyer Edward Menkin today took more than an hour to urge jurors to quickly acquit Jeffrey Peterson of murdering Shaheen Bean. Chief Assistant District Attorney Christine ...
Huffpost hill - september 29th, 2010
You'd be hard-pressed to find someone happy about their own behavior today. Circumstances forced Meg Whitman, a titan of the business world, to hand over documents to TMZ. The Senate shot down the extension of a valuable jobs program. The House punted on the Bush tax cuts until after the midterms. And political reporters once again punted on coming up with a better way to describe the tabling of legislation than "punted on." This is HUFFPOST HILL for Wednesday, September 29th, 2010: RAHM TO ANNOUNCE MAYORAL BID FRIDAY - Whether he will threaten every West Wing employee to sign his going-away card is unclear. A source tells the Chicago Sun-Times: "Rahm will end the week leaving the White House, move to Chicago this weekend, and begin campaigning like a galloping horse next week. He is not worried about not meeting a residency requirement. He has had top election experts advising him, and he doesn't have a problem in that area." http://bit.ly/aYzxPQ QUACK: HOUSE TO RECONVENE ON NOVEMBER 15TH - Democrats will be able to better relate to Katrina victims when they return to their utterly decimated House on November 15th. "But in a necessary formality of scheduling, the House voted, by 210 to 209, on Wednesday to approve an adjournment resolution that calls for the lame-duck session to begin on Nov. 15. The tight margin on a housekeeping issue reflects the continuing partisan tensions; Representative John Boehner, the Republican leader, urged a vote of "no" because the House has not voted on extending tax cuts." NYT: http://nyti.ms/d8YLVQ When the going gets tough, the tough get to their districts ASAP so they can glad-hand at VFW picnics. Nancy Pelosi announced during the weekly caucus meeting that there will be no vote on the Bush tax cuts until after the election. "Democratic sources said Wednesday that the House has decided against holding a vote this week to extend the Bush-era tax cuts for the middle class. Those sources said Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) made the plans clear to her freshmen during their weekly breakfast meeting. Freshmen in competitive races were among those pushing leaders to postpone action on the issue until after the elections. Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Chairman Chris Van Hollen (Md.), who also serves as assistant to the Speaker, suggested the same: 'Because the Senate Republicans have made it clear that they're going to hold tax cuts for 98 percent of Americans hostage so they can get special breaks for the top 2 percent, we will make sure that this is done by the end of the year.'" Roll Call: http://bit.ly/9WFcjJ During their caucus meeting today, Senate Republicans were treated to a video compiling clips of media appearances by... Senate Republicans! If the video doesn't make you want to drink acid, maybe the Jay Leno clip at the end will. Video: http://bit.ly/bHxFn1 DAILY DELANEY DOWNER - From Arthur Delaney: "The stimulus welfare-to-work program responsible for 240,000 jobs 'sounds like it's pretty much dead in the water' and will expire on Thursday after Mike Enzi shot down a UC request from Dick Durbin on Tuesday. Enzi said when he objected that 'the majority has known this program was going to expire at the end of this month all year and has taken no steps to reauthorize this important social safety net program.' On Wednesday, his office said the program 'undermines key principles of welfare reform' and 'is not sound welfare policy.'" http://huff.to/ag38ZD DOUBLE DOWNER - More sad: "What's even deader in the water than the important social safety net program? Legislation to help the 99ers, which was shot down by Sen. George LeMieux: 'We need to know how we're going to pay for it so we don't put this debt on our children and grandchildren.'" At least somebody's thinking of the children. http://huff.to/cveN4Z MAX BAUCUS SICS IRS ON KARL ROVE Max Baucus wants the tax man to tackle the shady tax-exempt groups pumping buttloads of money into midterm races. "Political campaigns and powerful individuals should not be able to use tax-exempt organizations as political pawns to serve their own special interests," Baucus says. "The tax exemption given to non-profit organizations comes with a responsibility to serve the public interest and Congress has an obligation to exercise the vigorous oversight necessary to ensure they do." In his letter to IRS commissioner Doug Shulman Baucus gives a shout to Americans for Job Security, revealed by the NYT last week to have a single employee subletting from a GOP hack shop. Jim DeMint wants to bleed the government slowly so he can watch the light go out of its eyes. No fun in doing it quickly. Despite his previous threats, DeMint will not block a temporary spending measure that funds the federal government for the next couple of months. "I hadn't seen the adjournment resolution, but if we can get a clean CR I think everyone can go home," DeMint said. "But they've added some things to it. I'm just taking a look at what they are... People are starting to smell the fumes of the airplanes out at the airport, and I know they want to go home." The HIll: http://bit.ly/aEM1jZ We hope he doesn't have any back problems because Ted Kaufman has been taking a prolific number of bows recently. The outgoing Delaware senator has exit interviews written up by J.T. Rushing in The Hill AND John Stanton at Roll Call. HuffPost Hill has one too: http://huff.to/a5EFGJ TOMORROW'S PAPERS TODAY - The Hill: Alexander Bolton on how Senate Democrats say they see late movement in their favor. Try to strike a positive tone before leaving Washington, Senate Democrats on Wednesday discussed their message for the campaign trail and poll numbers in various races. Roll Call: Sen. John Cornyn (Texas) is breaking with his own policy and urging GOP Members to contribute to the National Republican Senatorial Committee, recognizing that the money could make the difference in a dozen Democratic-held seats that now qualify as legitimate pick-up opportunities, writes Roll Call's David M. Drucker. Don't be bashful: Send tips/stories/photos/events/fundraisers/job movement/juicy miscellanea to huffposthill@huffingtonpost.com. Follow us on Twitter - @HuffPostHill LANDRIEU MAINTAINS HOLD ON OBAMA'S OMB NOMINEE - "Sen. Mary Landrieu, D-La., maintained her hold Tuesday on the appointment of a key administration official until the Obama administration lifts its drilling moratorium, which Sen. David Vitter, R-La., predicted could happen next month...Earlier in the day, after testifying before a hearing of the National Commission on the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill and Offshore Drilling, Landrieu acknowledged she was getting considerable 'pushback' from the Senate leadership to release her hold on the appointment of Jacob Lew to head the Office of Management and Budget. But Landrieu, who had already had one meeting with Bromwich Tuesday morning, said, despite some 'slight progress' on the moratorium, she was not ready to relent. Bromwich delivers his recommendations to Salazar this week on the moratorium, and whether to lift it before it is set to expire at the end of November." NOLA.com: http://bit.ly/bsTdJg BEN NELSON PROPOSES CAMP DAVID-STYLE SUMMIT ON TAXES - Tired of the centuries-old conflict between which marbletops Citigroup VPs choose for their kitchens, Ben Nelson today announced his plan to end the discord. Sam Stein: "Senator Ben Nelson (D-Neb.) traveled to the conservative Heritage Institute on Wednesday to make the case, once again, that Congress should pass a full extension of the Bush tax cuts, at least until the economy turns around... What stood out in the address was how the Nebraska Democrat tried to carve out a role as a Democratic emissary to the conservative crowd. Nelson told the crowd, according to an advance copy of his remarks, that he had written Obama recently encouraging him to host a bipartisan, bicameral summit on taxes, spending and the deficit." http://huff.to/8XMdia Really, Politico? http://bit.ly/aSs0Pw Eat it, Politico: Vicki McGrane is leaving Dow Jones to cover financial regulation for the Wall Street Journal. Christine O'Donnell, cover your ears. Mitch McConnell on the floor this morning: "Larry is also a strong supporter of the Second Amendment. He believes in gun control; that gun control being a firm hand and a steady grip." The Advocate notes that the likelihood of DADT repeal happening anytime soon is diminishing: "A nearly insurmountable series of negatives seem to be stacking up: The White House is not engaged, time is running terribly short, Republicans are winning the political battle on the legislation, the midterms only stand to weaken Senate Democrats, and many fear the release of the Pentagon's study of repeal in early December could deal a final blow to the effort. 'When you actually look at how much time Congress has to be here in lame duck, and the appetite to get difficult bills done, it will be very difficult to move the defense authorization bill,' said Winnie Stachelberg, who is vice president of external affairs at the Center for American Progress and has worked on the repeal effort." http://bit.ly/b68WEB Ken Silverstein on why he's leaving Harper's: "When you can read an entire column by the Washington Post's Howard Kurtz and never once feel the urge to cut out your own heart with a dull knife, you know that you no longer have the sense of outrage that is essential to reporting from our nation's capital." http://is.gd/fAVoW NOW DELIVERS 1500 "TITS" TO ALAN SIMPSON - "The National Organization for Women had an unusual gift for Alan Simpson this morning. One thousand five hundred nipples. Or, as they termed it, '1500 Tits for an Ass.' Simpson, who co-chair's President Obama's deficit commission, regained notoriety this summer when he compared Social Security to a cow with 310 million tits. The milky metaphor was part of an angry email he sent to a critic -- Ashley Carson of the Older Women's League. When news of the tit analogy broke, NOW took to raising money. The 1,500 nipples (baby bottle tops, more precisely) each represent $5 in donations NOW raised in response to the story. At a meeting of the fiscal commission this morning, NOW President Terry O'Neil presented Simpson a heaving sack full of nipples. Simpson graciously declined them. 'You should send that to a children's hospital,' he said, according to The Hill." Brian Beutler in TPM: http://bit.ly/990wIk JOE MILLER'S LEAD OVER LISA MURKOWSKI NARROWS - A new CNN/Opinion Research poll has Republican nominee Joe Miller leading current senator and write-in candidate Lisa Murkowski 38 percent to 36 percent. Scott McAdams is a somewhat distant third at 22 percent. We're not sure if Nate Silver has a metric for this sort of thing, but it seems increasingly likely that the midterms will be drawn out due to a court battle over whether to count "Mrrrkskee" as a vote. Political Wire: http://bit.ly/acJ7Ol MEG WHITMAN BEING SUED BY FORMER HOUSEKEEPER - Bishop to queen's 4. King's bishop to queen's bishop 4. Rook to queen's illegal immigrant nanny 2. Checkmate. "A former housekeeper for Meg Whitman claims the Republican governor candidate knew she was an illegal immigrant but continued to employ her, according to her attorney Gloria Allred. Allred said Whitman caused the worker to 'feel exploited, disrespected, humiliated, and emotionally and financially abused.' The worker alleges Whitman knew she was here illegally but did not act on it until she decided to run for governor last year." LA Times: http://lat.ms/9RX3tb Whitman's campaign shot back shortly after the press conference, supplying TMZ with documents that it says proves Nicky Diaz Santillam lied on her employment form about her immigration status. "The documents, which Whitman claims Nicky filled out and signed back in 2000 during her application for employment, appear to show that the maid stated under the penalty of perjury that she was a 'lawful permanent resident' of the United States. Whitman also claims Nicky provided her with a social security card and valid California Driver's License with her employment application ... which Meg kept and has now handed over to TMZ. Whitman has also issued a statement on the matter, saying ... 'After 9 years of faithful service, Nicky came to us in June 2009 and confessed that she was an illegal worker.' Whitman continues, 'Nicky has falsified the hiring documents and personal information she provided to the employment agency that brought her to us in 2000.'" http://bit.ly/bQkobQ @SwingState: #CASen: NRSC cancels ad buy supporting Carly Fiorina... http://ssp.bz/9OAFrg BLOOMBERG NIXES 2012 RUN - The dream of having nausea-inducing TVs in the backseat of every American cab is dead. Politico: "New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Wednesday he has no intention of launching an independent campaign to challenge President Barack Obama in 2012... But asked about the prospect on MSNBC's 'Morning Joe,' Bloomberg said, 'no' he's not considering a run. 'I think we should all pull behind Barack Obama,' Bloomberg said. 'He's our president.'" http://politi.co/a39Rnr Chris Christie on 2012: "I just don't want that, that badly right now, I just don't. I'm thrilled to be the governor of New Jersey." http://bit.ly/caBp6n JOHN ENSIGN FACES TOUGH REELECTION CONTEST - Manu Raju in Politico: "Nevada Sen. John Ensign appears to be gauging whether he can mount a reelection bid in 2012, despite the ongoing fallout of his extramarital affair with a campaign aide. The reaction from Senate Republican leaders who were once in his inner circle? Silence...GOP leaders are still avoiding questions about the senator and appear unlikely to offer any sort of support, barring a full exoneration from the Justice Department and Senate Select Committee on Ethics, which are conducting separate investigations into whether the senator broke federal law in allegedly attempting to cover up the nine-month affair that he revealed in June 2009." http://politi.co/9IteA4 Well, this happened: "Karl Rove speaks in Oberlin" http://bit.ly/bBvQDw Despite her poor standing among the non-Tea Party public, Sarah Palin is still polling better than congressional leadership. "The new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll shows Sarah Palin with 30 percent favorable ratings nationally, besting House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's 22 percent. The good news for Pelosi: her would-be replacement John Boehner is even lower at 14 percent. Former Speaker Newt Gingrich, doing his best Palin imitations of late, clocks in somewhere in the middle at 24 percent." San Francisco Chronicle: http://bit.ly/d4w2Mn BECAUSE YOU'VE READ THIS FAR - Here's a dog that's really not feeling its Halloween costume. http://bit.ly/9jaNHf SHARRON ANGLE CATCHES FLAK FROM FLACK - As reporters continue to play with their shiny new Christine O'Donnell, Sharron Angle has been collecting dust in the media toy bin. This week, Angle's own spokesperson lashed out at her boss for a campaign ad that implied that illegal immigration is directly connected with crime and unemployment. . "I condemned this type of propaganda, no matter who is running them, where they blame Mexicans as the only problem and where they attack them as the only source of illegal immigration," Tibi Ellis, Angle's spokesperson and chairwoman of the Nevada Republican Hispanic Caucus, told 1060 AM host Edwin Saldarriaga. "I don't agree with that." Nick Wing: http://huff.to/cOCZ9k A new ad from Sean Duffy, the Republican candidate for the House seat being vacated by Dave Obey and former "Real World" star, features a lumberjack logrolling a "career politician" into a lake. http://bit.ly/bvg0T9 And that's just the way it is: "Rep. Ted Poe took to the House floor to discuss a resolution Tuesday night, and perhaps his speech needed a little livening up, considering a member of the audience fell asleep directly behind him." Roll Call: http://bit.ly/btPUqY JEREMY THE INTERN'S WEATHER REPORT - Do you love rain and shadowy clouds? Well, you're going to love it Tonight and Tomorrow. The Gulf Stream, which brings warm water along the East coast, is meeting cold air along the jet stream, which has been running almost due north and locked in position for the past few days. Heavier rain is on the way. As a reminder, the weather trivia contest continues until Friday. To refresh your memory, here is the question: Tropical cyclones (including hurricanes) will fall apart as soon as they hit cold water: Their wind speeds die down, though they can still produce a lot of rain. They also lose their distinctive cyclonic appearance. To the naked eye in space, the transformation from a tropical to an extra-tropical cyclone can be defined by what punctuation-like shape? You'll also get a chance to demonstrate your lacerating wit. Thanks, JB! COMFORT FOOD - Consumerist announces the worst commercials in America. http://bit.ly/cwfNDN - This fax machine is a real smart ass. http://bit.ly/bt72HC - Wayne Brady and Mike Tyson perform "Every Little Step." Why? http://bit.ly/9Y4KGJ - A puppy steals a shoe. We report, you decide. http://bit.ly/dtfe22 - If celebrities used their real names. http://bit.ly/bwVX4z - An unhinged customer at Guitar Center attacked a guy dressed up as Elmo. Guy dressed up as Elmo then threw unhinged customer into a display case. http://bit.ly/9hPcFH - A collection of the year's best environmental phogotraphy. http://bit.ly/b1d3ZO - Look out Huffington Post, here comes True American Dog News. http://bit.ly/a3yjWX TWITTERAMA @lehmannchris: So will White House going-away party for Rahm feature a cake, or a wide array of dead fish wrapped in newspaper? @brianbeutler: Who among us wouldn't refuse to lie to protect a Jewish girl from Hitler, but happily lie about attending Oxford and dabbling in witchcraft? @pourmecoffee: Congress needs a "Take Your Job To Work Day" where they actually make laws and stuff. @AdamSerwer: Shorter this week: Liberal bloggers blog about how important and influential liberal bloggers are THE TUBE TONIGHT: James Clyburn and Jeanne Shaheen are on Hardball. Lindsey Graham is on the Situation Room. Bob Casey talks jobs on the Ed Show. Huffpost Bonanza: Howard Fineman is on Countdown and Arianna Huffington
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The head of the International Monetary Fund on Thursday urged the developed countries to take bold steps to break a vicious circle of weak growth and high debt that threatens the global economy. “Without bold collective action, there is a real risk that major economies fall back instead of forward,” said IMF managing director, Christine Lagarde, in his first major speech in Washington since taking office in July. Lagarde warned that the global economy has entered a dangerous new phase [...]
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Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire, and supported the election of Gov. Bev Perdue of North Carolina, the re-election of Gov. Christine ...
List of female governors in the United States
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Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? (UK game show)
Paddy McGuinness and wife Christine. Pat Cash and ... Celebrities: Paul Potts and Shaheen Jafargholi Paula Radcliffe and Jonathan Edwards ...
List of first gentlemen in the United States
New Hampshire : Bill Shaheen (husband of Jeanne Shaheen ) Thomas Hassan (husband of ... John Whitman (husband of Christine Todd Whitman ) ...
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Hussain , Kenny Endo , Simon Shaheen , Philip Hamilton , Yacouba ... , Helmut Gottschild , Roko Kawai , Christine Cox , Nina Martin , Benoit ...
2012 Birthday Honours
Christine Pollock. Robert Reitmeier ... Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE): Shaheen Unis, DL. Robert Adrian Joseph Waddingham ...
2005 IAAF Golden League
09.14 Saif Saaeed Shaheen | QAT 7:56.34 |  - Saif Saaeed Shaheen | ... 100 m Christine Arron | FRA 11.03 Christine Arron | FRA 11.03 ...
Craig Benson
2002, in an open race to succeed the retiring governor, Jeanne Shaheen . ... External links : Vestal, Christine (June 22, 2006). " "http://www. ...
United States Senate elections, 2008
conservative political commentator Christine O'Donnell , tried to make ... Sununu's 2002 opponent, former Governor Jeanne Shaheen , decided to ...
2004 IAAF Golden League
Saaeed Shaheen | QAT 8:00.60 Saif Saaeed Shaheen | QAT 7:53.63 WR |   | ... Yulia Nestsiarenka | BLR 11.13 Christine Arron | FRA 11.10 ...