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Thursday, January 28, 2010

Boozman to run for Senate

Posted By on Thu, Jan 28, 2010 at 4:21 PM

U.S. Rep. John Boozman will enter the Republican race for U.S. Senate, says an email I just got from someone well-connected to Republican politics.

If so: A followup question for the Hon. John re his poor response earlier to his resolution honoring the ACORN video hit squad, now facing charges in Louisiana. How is he so sure their earlier work was so estimable and their tactics fair and honestly described, given the sleazy business they were caught red-handed in this week?  Is it only because he liked the outcome and was willing to overlook other niceties? 

Back to my conference after an afternoon coffee break.

PS -- For those who asked, experts don't predict any immediate revolution in news business from the new iPad. It will come closer to recreating the newspaper experience in a digital format, they said.


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