Sean O'Keefe's Weekend

18 September 2004: MU celebrates research hub - $60 million project stirs optimism, Columbia Daily Tribune

"After 10 years in the making and about three years since ground was broken, MU dedicated the $60 million Life Sciences Center yesterday in a festive afternoon that included live music, food, drinks and tours of the facility. The leader of America's space agency was there, and there were friendly exchanges between Democratic and Republican politicians."

17 September 2004: The Luck O' the Irish , Shore Publisher

"North Stonington -- "I never excelled at anything," NASA Administrator Sean O'Keefe said last Friday. "I am living testimonial and proof that it's better to be lucky than good." The humble O'Keefe was describing his journey from graduate of Wheeler High School in North Stonington to top dog at NASA."

17 September 2004: Bush may see cabinet exodus if re-elected, Boston Herald

"DEFENSE. Rumsfeld, scarred by the Iraq prisoner abuse scandal, is cagey about his future. Bush has stood by him, but Rumsfeld has many detractors in Congress and the military. While spry at 72, his age could become a factor. If Rumsfeld leaves, the job could go to Rice, NASA chief Sean O'Keefe, House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Christopher Cox of California or former Sen. Sam Nunn, a Georgia Democrat who once headed the Armed Services Committee."

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