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  • Throwing Obama under the bus, Democrats hope dupes will vote for them again
    Throwing Obama under the bus, Democrats hope dupes will vote for them again
    “Real presidents try to fix problems. Obama just tries to fix blame.” – Rush LimbaughYou can fool some of the people all of the time is a truth spoken by one of America’s greatest presidents. While Obama is out saying he...
  • Mayor Daniel Crespo
    Democratic mayor in California shot and killed, wife detained
    Local authorities and news outlets have reported that Daniel Crespo has died. The mayor of Bell Gardens, California was allegedly shot and killed by his wife following a domestic dispute.Daniel Crespo, the 45 year old mayor of a Southern...
  • No
    Politicians and elected officials: Shut up
    Anyone could write this story in reaction to the endless emails from both political parties and their leaders who are pleading for donations. It is enough to drive voters to distraction. There are some good options in reacting to this, and here...
  • Praise for Democrat policies is defective understanding of economics
    Praise for Democrat policies is defective understanding of economics
    Understanding economics is of paramount importance in everyone’s lives, but most people have no understanding of how to handle their own finances let alone run a business. The principle of income and spending is lost on most people, which is...
  • I Thought He Had a Gun
    Has Ann Coulter's brain been water-boarded?
    Two articles in Punk Rock Libertarian, when considered together, raise an interesting question.First is Ann Coulter's threat to libertarians – laughable, disgusting, terroristic, pick one – quoted from her recent column concerning...
  • Holder's career as attorney general comes to an end
    Eric Holder resigning is positive sign for Republicans
    Obama's companion and adviser for six long years is now taking a permanent vacation. Only those who live in a tunnel are unaware of the fact that Eric Holder announced his plans to resign from his position as United States Attorney general....
  • Bill Clinton
    Radicalized religious Republicans wrong direction
    The radicalized religious Republicans are the wrong direction for a more pluralistic democratic America. While American foreign policy is driving toward freedom, liberty, and tolerance for all, Republicans are retrenching into an ideological trap...
  • Daffy Duck
    What's the deal with liberal's falling out with Obama?
    A Pew poll for which results are reported in The Hill today in an article “Liberal base sours on Obama” says that the President is losing ground“Liberals largely elected President Obama in 2008 on the promise he would extract the...
  • U.S. Congressmen
    New poll shows Republican voters unhappy with party's handling of immigration
    One of the more controversial topics in American politics today is immigration. While both major parties in Washington have been kicking the can down the road when it comes to reform, a new poll shows Republican voters are more upset with their...
  • Voting
    New study shows people who agree with your politics smell better
    Politics is a dirty game and in more ways than one. A new study shows that those who agree with you politically, also have a better smell to them.The new study in the American Journal of Political Science shows that when people agree on politics,...
  • EIM
    Maryland votes: No ID? No problem
    Lowering the bar for voting while raising the opportunity for fraud, a Maryland task force wants to “modernize” the state’s online registration process — and much more.Maryland already has some of the loosest election rules...
  • Debbie Wasserman Schultz
    Finally, inevitably: Dems turn against Debbie Wasserman Schultz
    They have no one to blame but themselves. Debbie Wasserman Schultz may have been right for a moment, but that has past and she failed to capitalize on her opportunity. It doesn’t matter a bit about the circumstances because the time is now...
  • James and Mary
    Stinky people voted for the other guy: Body odor linked to political affiliation
    People who tend to share political viewpoints will likely find one another’s body odor appealing. At least that is what Dr. Rose McDermott of Brown University believes, and she has some data to back her up. Al Jazeera reported earlier today...
  • Illinois Gubernatorial Campaign
    Rauner’s Campaign Commercials Need a Little Shaking Up
    Republican gubernatorial nominee Bruce Rauner has run a largely strong campaign since announcing his run for governor more than a year ago. His campaign theme of shaking up Springfield is a good one and a necessary one. But in the last month or so...
  • Wendy Davis for Texas and Governor
    Inside view of Texas governor's race with 8 weeks to go
    On the streets of northeast Texas, teams of representatives canvass in pairs throughout Dallas and Fort Worth neighborhoods, including surrounding suburban cities, leaving literature on doors if occupants are away from home. Others are phoning...