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It’s Rod Blagojevich’s birthday today! (no joke). Other birthdays: Kristin Wilson Keppler, Ellie Stables, Carla Barry-Austin, Mike Emanuel. Tomorrow: Ar Meltzer, Julie Mason and John Patrick Feehery. One year ago, Al Gore accepted the Nobel Peace Prize. Benjamin Tyree and Craig Brownstein both guessed that yesterday’s picture was of 12th Street. Check out today’s White House Photo of the Day from Time. Today’s “Angry Journalist” rant of the day: “I drank way too much last night, because today was SUPPOSED to be my day off. Guess what? It isn’t anymore and now I’m hung over at work.”
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Acting Archivist until a new Archivist is appointed, in accordance
with the National Archives governing statute, 44 USC 2103(c).”
special advertising section where readers have the opportunity to
share personal messages with the new President and be a part of
historic, 2008 election memorabilia.” The Post began to take readers submissions yesterday. “The section will run in The Post on Inauguration Day and will be available online.”
data, ‘NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams’ was the most-watched
network evening newscast, winning the week of December 1-7, 2008.
During the week, the Williams-led newscast averaged a whopping 9.430
million total viewers”
Ottawa, Canada: Tucker, On Morning Joe this week, I thought you and Mike Barnacle were going to come to blows. Thank goodness it was only a satellite feed — but my wife and I were hoping it could go on and on. Do you and Mike really dislike each other that much or is it just the politics talking?
Tucker Carlson: Dislike each other? Mike’s one of my favorite people, on television or off. Terrific guy in every way. We just disagree about whether FDR ended the depression or prolonged it. (Seems obvious to me that Pearl Harbor ended it.)Sorry that wasn’t clear. I probably shouldn’t do morning TV. I have trouble controlling my facial expressions at that hour.
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