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USDA defends REAP in wake of Solyndra revelations Rural Energy for America Program President Solyndra Fact-Checking The Weekly Standard's Solyndra Cover Story Calisolar ditches loan guarantee, lands in Mississippi As Solyndra falls, Stion scales up Don't worry, Mississippi. You'll still have greenhouse gases Download NASA Sounds read more
As you may have heard by now, even though the announcement was only half an hour ago, The Rachel Maddow Show has won an Emmy Award in the Outstanding News Discussion and Analysis category for Rachel's reporting from Afghanistan.Rachel actually shot enough material while she was there to cover several shows. I've grouped them below into three main playlists.OK, one final edit to this post: I've tagged all of the blog entries that aren't duplicative of the videos in the below playlists and tagged them with Afghanistan2010. So this link will pull them all up. read more
Tonight's guests include:John Stanton, reporter for Roll Call Rep. Barbara Lee, (D) California, member of the Congressional Black Caucus E. J. Dionne, columnist for the Washington Post, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and msnbc contributorExecutive producer Bill Wolff shares a preview of tonight's show: read more
The headline might as well be the news: "House GOP Leader Says October is Balanced-Budget Month."But if you're looking for more, House Energy and Commerce chair Fred Upton (R-Michigan) told fellow Republicans, "October is balanced budget. We're going to have votes on the balanced budget amendment."So if October will be balanced-budget month, what does that mean September has been? read more
The Republican response to President Obama's deficit-reduction plan, announced a week ago, has centered on trying to make two words stick by repeating them often: "class warfare." The President braced for the line of attack in that same Rose Garden speech last Monday:This is not class warfare. It’s math. The money is going to have to come from someplace. And if we’re not willing to ask those who've done extraordinarily well to help America close the deficit and we are trying to reach that same target of $4 trillion, then the logic, the math says everybody else has to do a whole lot more. . read more
Texas Governor Rick Perry is out with a new ad attacking Mitt Romney for careful editing about his health plan in Massachusetts. Specifically, former Governor Romney would like the world to forget he once he billed his plan as a national model. "Words have meaning," Mr. Romney said at last week's debate, and Mr. Perry tries to make him pay for it.Maybe the ad is too long -- if you can't do it in 30 seconds, you can't do it -- but it's not helped by Governor Perry's performance at that same debate. You'll remember that, when asked what he'd do with a 3 A.M. read more