(Editor’s Note: CC is very pleased to announce that it has at current count four correspondents covering the Republican National Convention. Through the help of Charles Moran, who has handling press matters for the California Delegation, three of California’s Youth Delegates have agreed to share their experiences in the Twin Cities.    Read more »
Shareholders of AT&T should be concerned about the company’s profit levels.
Fresh on the heels of co-sponsoring or sponsoring a plethora of events at the Democratic National Convention, the phone giant is back spreading money around at the Republican National Convention.
Quinn Gillespie & Associates LLC, the Washington D.C. public relations and lobbying firm which created a matrix of social events for the Democratic convention, also created a similar listing for the GOP convention, which revs up August 31.    Read more »
Tonight I went to a football field to see an once in a life time event.
Not to see John Elway win a Super-bowl or some amazing concert — although there were plenty of those during the convention — or some other event that you would suspect to be held in a football stadium.    Read more »
I find this portion of the governor’s answer to a question on budget borrowing, reported in today’s Capitol Morning Report, to display a fascinating collage of pronouns.
“So we will never make that mistake again. They made that mistake. You can make a mistake once but when you see that was a mistake, then you shouldn’t make that mistake again.    Read more »
Man yesterday was crazy!
After the California breakfast we just hung out for a while until we ( I can’t reveal how) got delegate passes for the convention. God that was awesome. When we got them we ran to the convention for roll call only to find out California HAD PASSED!    Read more »
(Editor’s Note: As further evidence of CC’s darn near sycophantic commitment to its readers — and, of course, in the interest of gender equity — we’ve added yet another embedded journalist at the Democratic National Convention. And, because of CC’s slavish devotion to fair and balanced reporting, negotiations are afoot to engage at least one correspondent for the Republican National Convention next week.    Read more »
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