Submitted by David Donnelly on Fri, 01/27/2006 - 10:15
Over at National Review, Rich Lowry says John Shadegg is the reformer in the Majority Leader race:
Underdog Shadegg, a member of the historic class of 1994, has no inside advantages whatsoever. He has only a clean image, a serious commitment to reform, and a refreshing insistence that the GOP get back to its government-limiting basics. He offers a fresh start.
Submitted by Rick Bielke on Wed, 01/11/2006 - 10:07
The Alexander Strategy Group, a DC based lobbying firm that was peppered with former DeLay staff and a product of a recent DailyDeLay blog post, has permanently shut its doors. The Group's owner Edwin Buckham told the Washington Post, "reports in the press have made it difficult to continue as a lobbying/political entity."
Submitted by Nancy Watzman on Tue, 01/10/2006 - 11:46
A report in today's Bloomberg news makes the same point we have here, that House majority leader contenders Reps. Roy Blunt of Missouri and John Boehner of Ohio are both awfully close to Tom DeLay and K Street:
Submitted by Nancy Watzman on Mon, 01/09/2006 - 11:42
Much of the DeLay news today centers around the leadership race, which so far is pitting Rep. John Boehner, R-Ohio against Rep. Roy Blunt, R-Mo. Here's the NYTon the subject; according to this report, Rep.
Embattled Rep. Tom DeLay decided Saturday to give up his post as House majority leader, clearing the way for new leadership elections among House Republicans eager to shed the taint of scandal, two officials said.