Drudge is linking to a story about Nick Clegg’s alleged receipt of party funds directly into his personal account.
I’ve added a few of my photos from Politics Online 2010 here.
One Senator is apparently canceling a Goldman Sachs event. A number of stories are noting President Obama’s acceptance of Goldman employees’ contributiions.
Who’s the mysterious second Republican to support the Schumer-Van Hollen-Castle legislative response to Citizens United?
ClickZ’s got the scoop on Republicans “outgunning” the Democrats online.
Pressure is being ratcheded-up on the earmark ban issue.
The EPA’s blog (Greenversations) is under fire for a post from an intern about her choice not to eat meat. Notwithstanding the substantive merits of the issue (I heart bacon cheeseburgers), I’m 100% with Greenversations on this one. The American Farm Bureau Federation’s concerns could easily be shared on the group’s own blog and the occasion could be employed to spark a useful debate about the issue.
Did government transparency take a hit yesterday when reporters were moved away from a Lafayette Park protest? Politico reports.
That’s all I have for now, good night.