Senator Carper reacts to the U.S. Post Office ending Saturday service. The Senator’s Postal Reform Bill would have ended the ridiculous pension saving requirement the Service is saddled with by statute, which is mostly responsible for the USPS’s continued financial woes.
Senator Coons gets the chairmanship of the Senate Bankruptcy Committee. Senator from Delaware, but of course.
Kavips asks an important question: is the Wilmington port deal the next Fisker?
Are you inexplicably yet monstrously evil? And you need a date? Try Westboro Mingle.
Marc Ambinder: “The Democratic Party has two tiers of candidates. In order for the second tier of candidates to even conceive of running, then the first tier has to step aside. That first tier, of course, is occupied by Clinton. Her intentions are unknowable, but trust me when I tell you that, to the extent that the Democratic Party still has reliable donors and committed activists, the lion’s share are hoping Clinton runs and are ready to endorse her immediately. She is the 800-pound gorilla in a pantsuit. No one moves until she does.”
Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) will deliver the GOP’s official response to President Obama’s State of the Union next week in both English and Spanish, Roll Call reports. Does teabaggery translate in Spanish?