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Just two days to go before the Wisconsin Recall Vote and tonight's special edition features a conversation with those closest to it -- Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch; Tea Party Express chairman Amy Kremer; and from the Campaign to Defeat Obama, two of the busiest guys in Wisconsin -- Joe Wierzbicki and Ryan Gill, who have helped raised funds to underwrite effective tv and radio ads in support of Gov. Scott Walker and Lt. Gov. Kleefisch.
How are they feeling about Tuesday's election? What does it mean to Wisconsin and the USA as we look twoard the Nov. election?
Join us to find out.
Andrea Kremer has been called "the best TV interviewer in the business of covering the NFL" by the Los Angeles Times. She currently serves as a reporter for NBC Sports and correspondent for HBO's Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel, which she joined in 2007. For five seasons, she was the sideline and feature reporter for the Emmy Award-winning Sunday Night Football on NBC. She also periodically reported on football for the network's Today morning show. She previously contributed to the NFL Network as a special correspondent and was one of the original columnists for NFL Magazine.
Before joining NBC, Kremer was ESPN's Los Angeles -based correspondent, providing in-deprth reports for SportsCenter, Sunday NFL Countdown and Monday Night Countdown among other studio shows. Kremer has worked more than 20 Super Bowls. A versatile reporter, she has covered the NBA Finals and All-Star Game, Major League Baseball's All-Star Game and League Championship Series, and college football bowl games. She covered swimming at both the 2008 and 2012 Olympics. Kremer's forte is breaking news stories.
Prior to joining ESPN, Kremer worked at NFL Films (1984-1989), where she was a producer/director and on-air reporter for the nationally syndicated show This is the NFL. Kremer received an Emmy nomination in 1986 for writing and editing the critically acclaimed NFL Films special Autumn Ritual. She also produced several one-hour specials. Her first assignment at NFL Films was working on the HBO program, INSIDE THE NFL.
Before joining NFL Films, Kremer was sports editor from 1982-84 of the Main Line Chronicle in Ardmore, PA.. A Philadelphia native, Kremer graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 1980.
Today the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence released its report on the CIA's detention and interrogation techniques. And while that was happening, the House Oversight Committee led by Darrel Issa, grilled both Jonathan Gruber and HHS' Marilyn Tavenner about the deceptive practices used to pass Obamacare.
Those two items alone give us plenty to talk about tonight.
Dianne Feinstein, war profiteer, sticks it to the intelligence community. Why?
The federal budget will go the House for a vote on Thursday, before going on to the Senate. But several lawmakers say they haven't had time to read the 1603 page bill. Drudge headlines the bill as a betrayal to Americans.
That and more...
Jeb Bush forms an Exploratory Committee to, well, explore the possibility of running for president.
Sen. Ted Cruz is more popular than ever with Americans. But his Senate confreres are avoiding him like the plague. Why?
Obama today "normalized" relations with Cuba. Can he do that? And what can the new Congress do about it?
Committee members have been named in the new Congress. Who are they and what do their assignments portend?
The Hon. Elizabeth Letchworth, retired US Senate Secretary and founder of GradeGov.com, will attempt to answer our questions.
GOP leaders called a recess to floor proceedings on the Omnibus Bill that would fund the Federal Government until next Sept. Not enough votes for passage. As of this writing, House members are still out, but Speaker Boehner says a vote will come before the money runs out at midnight tonight.
However... It’s not clear what they will be voting on. A Continuing Resolution (CR) that will fund the government until the new Republican -led Congress is seated in January?
Tonight the Hon. Elizabeth Letchworth gives us her take on today's turn of events -- the postponement of vote taking on the CRomnibus hybrid, the "House of Cards"