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Mar 20 2012

Dennis Terry Tosses a Monkey Wrench, Santorum Spews to Downplay It

American is a Christian Nation! While Dennis Terry is a “respected” voice amongst Rick Santorum’s conservative base, it probably was a bad idea to have a recordable media device at any event where both men should meet. Thankfully there was and hilarity has ensued. Dennis Terry delivered a heartwarming introduction of Mr. Santorum: “If you …

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Mar 12 2012

Jesus In Space

Jesus’ irrefutable role in the final frontier. First and foremost, WorldNutDaily is linking to an article in slate where the author has made the logical conclusion that John Carter is a VERY Christian movie, because fighting aliens is clearly a Christian allegory. The movie does seem to pick up on a few points of the …

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Mar 06 2012

Limbaugh Fo-Pologizes

Somehow Rush blames Liberals for his liable of Sandra Fluke. When I am going out for lunch I normally tune into AM talk radio so I can soak up how those on other side of the political spectrum view issues. I caught Rush on day two of the Sandra Fluke story. He was venomous in …

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Feb 19 2012

I Love my Uncle but, Newt Hates Him

Medina Valley Independent School District settles prayer case, Republicans surprise no one by flipping out.   My Uncle, Federal Judge Fred Biery, is a badass. Last June, he waded into a particularly religious area of small town “Real America” Texas and smacked down the overt proselytizing that had pervaded the Medina School District. Yet, as …

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Jan 31 2012

Eye of the Lawsuit

Newt Gingrich has be sued for violating copyright in pursuit of his integral montage. Yesterday Rude Music Inc, owned by Survivor’s songwriter Frank Sullivan, sued the Republican Presidential hopeful for violation of copyright. Sullivan alleges that Mr. Gingrich has been prefacing many of his appearances by blasting the song “Eye of the Tiger” before going …

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Jan 27 2012

Sign This Thing Right Meow!

Paradise Valley High School wants signatures? Then FINE we will give them signatures! Update, the preamble of the petition has been updated: “I’d like to thank everyone for their support. I never imagined that the petition would gain so much attention. However, this whole situation has been a large misunderstanding between myself and the administration. …

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Jan 25 2012

Birther PAC

Unlimited money to promote unlimited stupidity. The Minuteman organization, a loose collection of civilians who both advocate for greater border security and watch the boarder themselves, has formed a Political Action Committee. In addition to promoting immigration reform and socially conservative policies, the PAC has added another large plank to their organization; they are birthers.

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Jan 24 2012

Dead Kittens

The side effects of American Politics. I believe most Americans are unsettled by how vehement our political discussion frequently gets. Occasionally the seething pot of hatred +1 boils over and something sad happens. This is one of those times. Sometimes the event makes us all step back, if only for a second, and pontificate on …

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Jan 24 2012

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Press Pool

Fame, fortune, and a pseudonym. There is a weird tale unfolding between writers for both The Daily Caller and Mediaite, a tale of two egos, it appears and Fishbowl DC has been covering the blow by blow. The incident’s genesis was when Mediaite’s White House correspondent, Tommy Christopher, calling the Daily Caller’s correspondent, John Pool, …

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Jan 20 2012

What Randall Terry Wants You to See at the Superbowl

Anti-abortion advocate exploits federal law to run graphic ads. By running in the Democratic primaries, Republican Randall Terry has found a way to push his biggest issue onto the TV screens across at least one state. And just one look at his campaigns website will clue you into what that issue is; abortion. He has …

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