Sunday Dec 1
Ledge Notebook: Media vets join Radel's team in cocaine scandal's aftermath
Trey Radel is getting high-powered help from people who have experience dealing with crises on Capitol Hill.
Fla. Republicans Ponder What's Next after Radel Coke Bust
As Rep. Trey Radel was pleading guilty to cocaine possession in a Washington courtroom Wednesday, Republicans back in his Florida district were discussing how to respond to whatever comes next, including the possibility the seat could become vacant if the congressman resigns.
Boehner holds fire on cocaine controversy
John Boehner has made swiftly dealing with bad behavior a signature of his leadership, at times working behind the scenes to orchestrate an exit or levy a punishment on lawmakers caught in ethical or legal mishaps.
From The “Imagine If This Were A Republican” File
That the mainstream media is biased against Republicans is news only to those who've been living in bomb shelters since the 1950s and the Georgetown/Manhattan/Hollywood cocktail set.