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Hans Nichols, the second best basketball player among the DC media ranks, covers the latest trend in political fundraising. Cash Money.

USA! USA! chants followed Rep. Kelly’s stirring floor speech this afternoon.

Ready to cast her 5,000 consecutive vote this week, Sen. Susan Collins will have cast the second highest number of consecutive votes among sitting senators following Sen. Grassley, who holds the record at 6,444. Sen. Collins has outdone herself and even caused physical injury in order to hold onto her

The 51st annual CQ-Roll Call Congressional Baseball Game took place last Thursday and FamousDC was lucky enough to attend. There we were able to catch up with Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) in his 1979 vintage Astros home run jersey. Before he departed to throw the first pitch, Rep. Paul told

If animals could vote, he would have locked up the nomination months ago. Talked politics at the Zoo today with @JonKarl. Interview goes online next week. twitter.com/newtgingrich/s… — Newt Gingrich (@newtgingrich) June 14, 2012  

The Washington Times finally broke the code on how we can fix the government. The most powerful nation on Earth is run largely by 24-year-olds. High turnover and lack of experience in congressional offices are leaving staffs increasingly without policy and institutional knowledge, a Washington Times analysis of a decade of

Rep. Paul Ryan made his appearance last night at the Competitive Enterprise Institute’s Mad Men themed gala where he was no disappointment with his hair almost as well coiffed as Don Draper’s.

A very clever and well done video. Worth the watch. Congressman Steve Womack understands that not all of his constituents are able to visit his Washington, D.C. office, so he’s bringing his office to YOU in the virtual tour.

Oh, the things they could teach us. From: expo@gsa.gov [mailto:expo@gsa.gov] Sent: Thursday, May 10, 2012 3:32 PM To: Subject: GSA Training and Expo is Next Week! Make Sure to Bring Everything You Need. If you’ve already registered for this year’s GSA Training and Expo, thank you! We’re glad you’ll be

Don’t get set up, apply today! Communications Director – Councilmember Marion Barry, Ward 8 Job Open: April 30, 2012 – Open Until Filled Download full job posting Download application form Location: John A. Wilson Building 1350 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Washington, DC 20004 Salary: $46,350 – $75,000 Duties Writes, manages or

This wins the web today. [via Cloture Club] Some of our favorites: Fozzie and Congressman Barney Frank Dr. Bunsen Honeydew and Congressman Gary Ackerman Lew Zealand and Congressman Jose Serrano