Monthly Archives: January 2012

Livestream of recall signature scans

If you’re an insomniac, or are just tired of playing Angry Birds, you can watch Government Accountability Board (or bored) staff scanning recall signatures. http://mirrors.5nines.com/stream/

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Voter suppression or voter fraud? (AUDIO)

Partisan debate over voter ID has always boiled down to a couple of talking points. For Republicans, the message is that the law is needed in order to prevent voter fraud, a phrase which for added emphasis is usually preceded … Continue reading

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Live streams of Hurley mining hearing

There’s an overflow crowd in Hurley this morning, for a public hearing on legislation which will rewrite Wisconsin’s surface mining laws. Limited live streams are available, at Indian Country TV  (video and audio), as well as at WisconsinEye and WOJB (audio only). If you’re … Continue reading

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O. Kay Henderson’s eye on Iowa (AUDIO)

Radio Iowa news director O. Kay Henderson says Mitt Romney doesn’t need to worry if Ron Paul finishes first in tonight’s Iowa caucuses. “A Ron Paul victory is perceived as an anomaly,” she says. Does Romney feel confident? Henderson notes … Continue reading

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