Category Archive: Politics

Mar 29

Reid vs. Kochs: Americans for Prosperity not surprised by Reid’s ‘slash and burn’ attacks

If you live in a battleground state this midterm election, you may be wondering who’s behind those controversial ads where people share their concerns with the nation’s new health care law. But if Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid gets his way, the public will soon know what Americans for Prosperity is, and who its billionaire …

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Mar 10

Karl Rove Groups’ Attacks on Tea Party Backfire

Donations to political strategist Karl Rove’s Crossroads groups decreased by 98 percent last year, declining to a combined total of $6.1 million, down from $325 million in 2012. This, despite the fact that Rove added a third group in 2013. Politico reported, “Rove added a third group to the network in 2013, forming the Conservative …

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Feb 05

House Republicans Ponder the “I-Word” (Impeachment) for Obama

The Republican congressman who walked out during President Obama’s State of the Union address January 28, Rep. Steve Stockman of Texas, has announced that he is considering filing articles of impeachment against the president. “I could not bear to watch as he continued to cross the clearly defined boundaries of the Constitutional separation of powers,” …

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Jan 02

California 2014 Laws Affect Transgenders, Smokers, Drunk Drivers

As 2014 is just a day away, new laws have been crafted for Californians to adhere to. Here are just a few blessed laws and regulations that will come into effect in 2014:Transgender Rights: We will all sleep a little better at night knowing that students in grades K-12 who identify as transgender will be …

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Dec 12

John Boehner: Conservative Groups’ Reaction to Budget Deal Is ‘Ridiculous’ – NationalJournal.com

House Speaker John Boehner went off on outside conservative groups Wednesday morning for pushing against the new budget deal.”They’re using our members and they’re using the American people for their own goals,” he said. “This is ridiculous.”Several key conservative groups are against the sequester relief within the new budget deal.”Though conservatives support more spending restraint, …

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Dec 08

Democrat: Raise Gas Tax To Make Up Lost Revenue From Fuel-Efficient Vehicles | CNS News

(CNSNews.com) – Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-Ore.) says his plan to nearly double the federal gas tax is needed because the tax hasn’t been raised in years and a decrease in fuel tax revenues has occurred due to the improved fuel efficiency of vehicles. When discussing his proposal on Fox News Dec. 3, Blumenauer said, “First …

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Nov 19

» Report: Obama is an Actor Trained by Harry Lennix Alex Jones’ Infowars: There’s a war on for your mind!

During an appearance on the Alex Jones Show, Chicago radio host Eric ‘Mancow’ Muller revealed that actor Harry Lennix told him he was hired to train Obama how to look presidential by mimicking the actor’s demeanor and body language.Lennix, who was born and grew up in Chicago, gave frequent lectures before he became an actor, …

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Sep 30

Hillary Clinton Documentary Canceled at CNN | NewsBusters

An upcoming CNN documentary about Hillary Clinton has been canceled.The show’s director, Charles Ferguson, made the announcement at the Huffington Post two hours ago.According to Ferguson, CNN had approached him about doing a documentary for the network in late 2012. After kicking around a number of subjects, they decided on Mrs. Clinton.Ferguson was quickly given …

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Jul 25

Race relations plummeted since Obama took office, says poll | The Daily Caller

Public attitudes about race relations have plummeted since the historic election of President Barack Obama, according to a new poll from NBC News and the Wall Street Journal. Only 52 percent of whites and 38 percent of blacks have a favorable opinion of race relations in the country, according to the poll, which has tracked …

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Jul 16

Church Sign Generates Emotional Debate Over Race After Zimmerman Verdict « CBS Chicago

CHICAGO (CBS) – A sign posted outside a south suburban church is generating a powerful debate over race in the wake of the George Zimmerman verdict. The marquee outside the First Baptist Church of University Park earlier this week read: “It Is Safe To Kill Black People In Amerikkka.” On Saturday, a jury of six …

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