I have no particular desire to comment on this story, but since something is required, I will only say that obviously any discussion of Franken as a presidential candidate is dead. Of course, I would
Finally. And, while perhaps this overstates his rationality, now that Coleman has conceded it’s hard to imagine Pawlenty making the courts issue a writ to force him to act.
Michael Stokes Paulsen, in the fine tradition of Bush v. Gore itself, attempts to argue that the recount that gave the Minnesota Senate election to Al Franken “is an obvious, embarrassing violat
I’m guessing that the percentage of Republican Senators who 1)will refuse to seat Al Franken and encourage Norm Coleman to pursue months of futile lawsuits and 2)who complained that Al Gore was
Bye-Bye Norm. That is, unless the Supremes discover another mysterious “no, the Republican has to win” clause in the 14th Amendment…