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  • Sen. Jeanne Malchon, D-St. Petersburg, was wearing bright blue bedroom slippers that didn't quite match her purple and white dress.

    Lucy Morgan's tribute to Jeannie Malchon

  • No one ever said it was going to be easy for Charlie Justice (D-St. Petersburg) to knock off incumbent Bill Young (R-Indian Shores).

    Justice's congressional campaign criticized over paltry fundraising, excessive spending

  • Schorsch has even referred to himself as the "white Darryl," as in state Rep. Darryl Rouson, D-St. Petersburg, who overcame his own criminal history before becoming a respected politician.

    POWW ramps up signature drive

  • More than 500 people packed a Napa town hall hosted this week by Rep. Mike Thompson, D-St.

    Howl

  • "I'm a strong advocate for public school education, and I'm not necessarily a strong advocate for vouchers," said Rep. Bill Heller, D-St. Petersburg, one of four Tampa Bay-area Democrats to vote yes.

    Archive 2008-05-01

  • "I'm a strong advocate for public school education, and I'm not necessarily a strong advocate for vouchers," said Rep. Bill Heller, D-St. Petersburg, one of four Tampa Bay-area Democrats to vote yes.

    Corporate Vouchers Victorious in Florida

  • State Sen. Chris Koster, R-Harrisonville, and state Sen. Tim Green, D-St. Louis County, unleashed a comprehensive bill that would force employers to sign up with a federal service that tracks the immigration status of potential workers.

    Missouri Shows Some backbone

  • State Sen. Chris Koster, R-Harrisonville, and state Sen. Tim Green, D-St. Louis County, unleashed a comprehensive bill that would force employers to sign up with a federal service that tracks the immigration status of potential workers.

    Immigration Raids, Skanky Employers And Innocent Kids

  • State Sen. Chris Koster, R-Harrisonville, and state Sen. Tim Green, D-St. Louis County, unleashed a comprehensive bill that would force employers to sign up with a federal service that tracks the immigration status of potential workers.

    VDARE.com: Blog Articles » Print » Missouri Shows Some backbone

  • The sponsor of the baking soda bill, Rep. Talibdin El-Amin, D-St. Louis, said the same approach was needed for baking soda because crack cocaine is often produced by dissolving powdered cocaine in a mixture of water and baking soda.

    dustbury.com » Because the times demand stinky fridges

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  • its justa smashup of horrid and horrible.

    "DAMM. sittin in a playn kareening tord that mowntin ... this iz HORRidble."

    July 18, 2009