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U.S. Primaries And Caucuses Are ‘An Erratic Clusterf**k Every 4 Years’

I’ve been saying this for years and I’m not alone, our system for selecting the person who will head the most powerful country in the world is in need of a major overhaul. I’m not saying this because my candidate is losing, I have no candidate in this race, except that the prospects of a …

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“People Who Somehow Got Elected”

With Maine’s Tea Party, veto happy Governor Paul Lepage’s penchant for doing and saying some really outrageous things, it was only a matter of time before John Oliver, host of HBO’s “Last Week Tonight,” took notice. As the narrator notes, “You see, while most humans possess a thin barrier that stops thoughts from immediately exiting …

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The Great American Bathroom Controversy

Representative Alan Grayson (D-FL) gave a pointed and memorable speech about the latest tempest in a teapot, the controversial North Carolina Bathroom law that dictates which bathroom transgender people go to the bathroom. MYOB, common sense and decency. I am all for government rebuilding roads, addressing wage inequality, regulating industry, banks, etc. but not where …

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Liz Warren’s Twitter War with Drumpf

Presumptive nominee and name calling bully, Donald “Drumpf” Trump took the wrong person on in a Twitter battle when he started calling Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren goofy. She didn’t sit back she took him to the principal’s office. Drumpf is a sexist, racist, clueless dolt who has no idea how government works or just how …

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Americans Are Living In The Wrong Country

Activist and Academy Award winning documentarian, Michael Moore has a new documentary called “Where to Invade Next” Moore sets up his film by daydreaming about a summons from the Joint Chiefs of Staff. “Instead of using Marines, use me,” he pleads. As we watch a collage of America at its worst – bank scandals, stock …

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2016 Primaries: West Virginia and Nebraska

Another Tuesday and another two primaries. In Nebraska, it’s Republicans only, Democratic caucus was held on March 5. Although there are three names on the ballot, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Governor John Kasich (R-OH) having “suspended” their campaigns, real estate mogul Donald Trump is expected to win all 36 delegates. But nothing there is …

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Where Are You, Jon, When We Need You Most?

Former host of “The Daily Show” sat down with David Axelrod, former advisor to President Barack Obama and, now, director of the non-partisan Institute of Politics at the University of Chicago, to discuss the state of the current presidential election. specifically Donald “Drumpf” Trump. The discussion took place before an audience at the University of …

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2016 Primary : Back Home In Indiana

Tonight is Indiana’s turn to vote form the Republican and Democratic nominees for president.Immediately after the polls closed at 6 PM CT the race was called for the Republicans which billionaire Donald Trump. With 34% of the counties reporting, Trump is winning with 54%, Ted Cruz a distant second with 36% and John Kasich a …

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How To Make A Satanist Angry

This stuff just keeps coming this election season. During an interview at Stanford University about his tenure in the House, former Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) was asked about the 2016 election, specifically Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX). Needless to say, the Orange Man didn’t hold back: “Lucifer in the flesh,” the former speaker said of Cruz, …

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The Florida US Senate Debate

While the majority of the political world was focused on the five Eastern state primaries, a unique debate took place Monday night. Senatorial hopefuls Rep. Alan Grayson (D-FL) and Rep. David jolly (R-FL) participated in Florida Open Debate for U.S. Senate. They are both vying for the Senate seat vacated by Marco Rubio and both …

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