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A more eloquent depiction of the two-party system I cannot recall.
Tim Pawlenty's took another lurch toward the right wing over the weekend, as the Minnesota Governor went on television to pick a fight with some infants.
She also added that she has "no interest" in pulling an Olbermann and playing "cable news insult ping pong" with O'Reilly, but that's a bit hard to believe because she seems to be having herself an awfully good time doing exactly that.
Operating with virtually no oversight, much of it handled by private contractors, our corrupt and bloated security state provides no additional security, and reliance on profit-driven industry for the intelligence community’s “core mission” is to ensure that we have Endless War and an always-expanding Surveillance State.
In advance of a vote to legalize (and tax the heck out of) marijuana this fall, the Sacramento Bee traces the smoking habits of people across California. The results? People smoke. A lot.
With infrastructure and education crumbling, we’re on the unlit, unpaved road to nowhere.
"In the 40 years since Stonewall, the Congress of the United States has done almost nothing to further equality for LGBT Americans. Almost nothing." ~ Steve Hildebrand\r\n
There are a lot of moral issues that spark controversy in America, (polygamy, cloning, divorce, suicide, the death penalty, cheating, abortion, etc.) but these are the four that nobody can seem to agree on.
"There is, of course, no way of knowing what new challenges and new possibilities will emerge over the next 40 years. There is no way of knowing how life will be different in 2050. But if we do what’s required in our own time, I am confident the future will be brighter for our people, and our country."
Is it possible that even the center-right tilting viewing audience of Fox news programs is also open to significant upgrades of gay civil rights? That is what a surprising new, unscientific survey of a Fox web audience seems to be showing.With pleasure, I direct you to this interesting Fox News online poll in which at the time of this posting.
President Obama is wrong when he says every current Republican idea is a Bush idea. Some are far more radical than that.
Yes, that's Glenn Beck talking about the Obama administration.
While he's not on the ballot, George W. Bush is still vital to the midterm election as far as the nation's top Democrat is concerned.
Conservatives will probably be hopping on Fandango this fall to get tickets to see Ray Griggs' Michael Moore-style documentary billing itself a "controversial look at government spending" & featuring an animated boxing match between President Obama & Ronald Reagan. "I Want Your Money," which will land in theaters this October, aims to contrast ...
The leftist leader of South America's poorest country likes to lecture rich nations on their carbon-heavy habits. But his own record isn't all that green at home
Killing a drug lord rarely leads to the death of the trafficking organization. As we've seen in the past, there's always someone to fill the shoes of the deceased or incarcerated, and the organization, in some form, continues to function.\r\n