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Some fresh pickings from the political grapevine.
National Journal has named the most conservative and most liberal members of the US senate.
The top ranked liberals by voting records are Connecticut's Richard Blumenthal.
In -- -- Tom Udall tied for first.
Illinois Dick Durbin -- Minnesota's Al Franken tied for third and then Washington State's Patty Murray.
A new Jersey's Frank Lautenberg.
The top six conservative members of the senate James ratio of Idaho John Cornyn of Texas the now retired Jim dement.
The head of heritage foundation of course now Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania.
Ron Johnson of Wisconsin and Rand Paul of Kentucky rounding -- that list.
News busters caught a bit of a double standard.
In PBS coverage of last -- march for life this and this past weekend's keystone XL pipeline protest we told you about a little earlier.
News hour dedicated just 56 words to the annual march for life that was hundreds of thousands strong while.
Hyping the pipeline protest is quote the biggest climate rally in US history.
In -- segment that was nine times as long.
That pipeline protest was estimated to draw about 35000.
All those protests we're going on the focus of the media gaze was on the president's golf trip to Florida -- Tiger Woods but with the media did not focus on.
The other members of the president's foursome.
A pair of Texans who are key oil gas and Keystone Pipeline players.
The Huffington Post reports liberals don't see the president's new rhetoric on climate change in the state of union lining up with his choice of golf partners.
The White House says President Obama is still quite committed to environmental issues.
And the golf trip has nothing to do with policy.
Finally the US Postal Service which has lost more than forty billion dollars over the past five years billion with a B.
And recently announced it would stop Saturday delivery.
He's now getting into the clothing business the service has signed the deal with an Ohio -- based clothing company to produce a line of apparel dubbed.
Rain heat and snow.
The attire includes baseball caps and T shirts as well as wearable electronics.
Like jackets with iPad controls built into the -- The Postal Service says the move will help the bottom line but they also say it's about brand awareness and reputation.
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