Category Archives: Politics

Critics assail voter ID bill

Legislation in the Virginia Senate requiring photo identification to vote is coming under fire as a move to disenfranchise African-Americans, the poor and elderly. The Republican-sponsored bill requires a driver’s license or other photo identification in order to vote in … Continue reading

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Birth certificate shows Obama born in U.S. … 34 years ago

The release of President Obama’s long-form birth certificate is expected to put to rest – for most people – any doubt that the president was born in the United States.  But the document is causing a new controversy by showing … Continue reading

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Dems to hide 2012 convention in Charlotte

The city of Charlotte, NC has been chosen to host the 2012 Democratic National Convention.  Party officials chose the Queen City over Minneapolis, Cleveland, and St. Louis. The decision was apparently a strategic move, as most Americans have no idea … Continue reading

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Lawsuit: Obama promises contain more filler than fact

A class-action lawsuit against President Obama claims his administration’s promises to fix the economy, lower health care costs, and generally not be terrible contain only about 36% of any sort of factual basis. President Obama, who was served with the … Continue reading

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Obama: ‘Move together? Not at all’

In his first State of the Union address since the dawn of the newly divided government, President Obama called on both parties to help prevent him from accomplishing anything significant for the next two years. Delivering a series of proposals … Continue reading

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Evidence emerges linking AZ shooting to conservatives

Conservatives jumped on New York Times columnist Paul Krugman for blaming Republicans and conservatives for the Tucson, Ariz. shooting that left six dead and nearly killed Rep. Gabrielle Giffords.  But new evidence is confirming that assessment and linking the shooter, … Continue reading

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House reads Constitution, Senate proposes new one

While members of the House read the Constitution line by line Thursday, the Senate put forth its proposal for an entirely new version of the hallowed document.  Though Senate Democrats have pledged to seek ratification of what they’ve named the … Continue reading

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Obama reads book to, debates with 2nd graders

Taking a break from the Oval Office, President Obama visited Long Branch Elementary School Friday to read to a group of second graders.  During the reading, Obama launched into a 40-minute debate over socio-economic issues that ended when one child … Continue reading

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Clinton briefly seizes presidency

Bill Clinton briefly seized the presidency Friday before being persuaded by then-deposed President Obama that he was competent to run the country.  During Clinton’s quick and unexpected third term, which lasted about half an hour, he defended his predecessor Obama’s … Continue reading

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Dems kill selves over Obama-GOP tax deal

Some Democrats and progressive groups are so upset over President Obama’s tax compromise with congressional Republicans that they have decided to end their lives. Reports of mass suicides have spread following announcement of the deal to extend all of the … Continue reading

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