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Dumb and Dumber

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It’s hard to believe that Mitt Romney and Congressman Ryan are competing for the title of “dumbest.” They lost the election because they were outmanned and out startegized. Now Romney says he lost because the Presdient gave “gifts” to the…

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Sara Palin is the Joke

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Four years ago this week Sara Palin was the Republican candidate for Vice President of the United States. Can you imagine Sara being a heartbeat away from running the country? Fast forward to 2012 and Sara is now a punchline….


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Monica’s Mission: Can the humiliated Lewinsky lead the charge against online harassment?

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Just as former felons take up prison reform and former drug addicts crusade about addiction, maybe Monica Lewinsky’s very notoriety is the ingredient that generates attention.. Read More

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Koch-backed super PAC launches $6.5 million ad buy against six Democrats

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With less than two weeks left until Election Day, a conservative super PAC backed by the Koch brothers will hit six vulnerable senators with a new set of ads that will run through Nov. 4. The “closing argument” campaign totals $6.5 million. Read fu… Read More

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