- Why Do We Even Need the Office of Congressional Ethics Anyway?
- Making Domestic Terrorism Not Right Again.
- More People Do Not Vote For Clinton Than People Who Do Not Vote for Trump
- Directly from the Rabbit’s Hole: What if It Wasn’t Russia but the Soviet Union?
- Feminists Need to Realize Roger Ailes Has Been Standing Behind Them All Along.
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Tag Archives: Campaign 2012
Joe Walsh is very right. Tammy Duckworth, the democratic candidate for the 8th congressional district of Illinois held currently by Joe Walsh, spoke at the DNC tonight, again showing off AGAIN by talking about her military service. I won’t bore … Continue reading
Clint Eastwood’s performance for a sellout crowd last night wowed the audience who got it and the pundits who didn’t. This morning, I take time out from giggling to myself as I repeat the funniest lines from Clint’s routine … Continue reading
It has taken me this long to come down from the ecstasy of Paul Ryan’s speech last night then deal with this morning’s agony of listening to the liberal media whining about it. Paul Ryan proved last night that he … Continue reading
Democrats have lately been adamantly genuflecting to their new bogeyman of Voter Suppression supposedly instigated by their constant source of irritation, Republicans who care about the country. MSNBC and Salon.commie are two of the more vocal criers of this false … Continue reading
Ah, the good old days of the final day of the greatest millennium. The impeachment trial against Bill Clinton was just beginning in the Senate and he would soon be leaving office with that guilty smirk wiped off his mouth. … Continue reading
Not much it seems. And here‘s the proof. I’m pretty sure if someone somewhere was saying anything about Romney and Medicare that we actually wanted to hear or read, that page would give it to us. Anyway, I’ll have more … Continue reading
Yes and/or no. Now, I’m a big fan of Paul Ryan. We have so much in common, up to and including a love for the great thinker Ayn Rand, Most likely discovered in the dark and lonely aisles of the … Continue reading