Monday, September 10, 2007

AG Pick May Face Delay

"As the White House appearing to be focused on former Solicitor General Ted Olson as the next attorney general, Senate Democrats are expected to delay President Bush’s nominee in the hopes of forcing the administration to produce thousands of pages of documents on a variety of issues, including the firing of nine U.S. attorneys last year."

Read entire article at Roll Call.


What's on Americans' Minds?

"According to the most recent data, the top five search terms on were Passports, Grants, Immigration, Jobs, and Employment. Visit's "What's on Americans' Minds?" page to view the top 10 search terms, top 10 pages, and top 10 links from to other government websites. This page is updated each month, as new data becomes available. To receive automatic updates, click the button "E-mail me when this page is updated" and follow the simple registration process."


Blogs from the U.S. Government

"Were you wondering if the federal government had joined the blogosphere? Visit's page to see the federal agencies now blogging. will continue to update this page as more federal agencies create blogs."


Tuesday, August 7, 2007

POTUS: Presidents of the United States

At this resource you will find background information, election results, cabinet members, notable events, and some points of interest on each of the presidents. Links to biographies, historical documents, audio and video files, and other presidential sites are also included.


Friday, August 3, 2007

Report Card for America's Infrastructure

With each passing day, aging and overburdened infrastructure threatens the economy and quality of life in every state, city and town in the nation. The Report Card for America's Infrastructure will allow you to read about the infrastructure issues in your region and how you can help raise the grade on America's failing infrastructure. Related site: Full Coverage: Minneapolis Bridge Collapse.


Thursday, August 2, 2007

Information regarding I-35W Bridge

University of Minnesota Government Blog -

Star Tribune -

Pioneer Press -


GOP’s August Message to Focus on Progress in Iraq

Seeking to generate momentum on Iraq leading up to the highly anticipated mid-September briefing by Gen. David Petraeus, House Republicans are expected to focus heavily on the war’s progress during the August recess to support the Bush administration’s case that the surge strategy is working and Congress should not pre-empt military leaders on the ground.

Read entire article at Roll Call.