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The Referendum In Maine That Could Change The Way Our Votes Are Counted

December 19, 2014

Sometimes you have to light a fire under people to get them to move. The people of Maine have been…

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Obama’s Historic Opening to Cuba Could Cause Florida to Lean Blue in Presidential Races

December 17, 2014

Obama's announcement Wednesday that the U.S. would begin to normalize relations with Cuba is a historic moment that ends half…

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Republican Kansas Governor: Pensioners Are Freeloaders

December 17, 2014

In an excellent documentary by Joe Winston and Laura Cohen, the question “What’s The Matter With Kansas?” (based on the…

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Russia’s Oil-Based Economy Flounders While America’s Floats

December 16, 2014

Russia is reeling from overnight ruble collapse.

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High School Kid Makes $72 Million Playing Stock Market On Lunch Breaks (VIDEO)

December 15, 2014

High school kid makes millions in high school playing the stock market.

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Warren Stands Alone Against Wall Street Tanks Rolling Into Washington (VIDEO)

December 14, 2014

On Friday evening, Senator Elizabeth Warren stepped into the ring with Wall Street behemoth Citigroup, whose corrupt influence courses through…

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War Criminal Dick Cheney Continues To Defend Torture (VIDEO)

December 14, 2014

Former Vice President, Dick Cheney sat down with Chuck Todd on Meet the Press Sunday morning to respond to the…

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‘HANG THE LYING KENYAN TRAITOR’: Anti-Immigration Tea Party Rally Gathers In D.C. (VIDEO)

December 13, 2014

"Don't snap his neck, you pull him up, watch him choke to death.”

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2016 Presidential Contender Rick Perry: ‘Running For The Presidency’s Not An IQ Test’ (VIDEO)

December 12, 2014

It seems Rick Perry takes his political cues from Stuart Smalley.

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Meet the Buzz-Killing Congressman Who Snuffed Out Legal Weed Washington D.C.

December 11, 2014

As the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) moves toward final passage in the Senate, headlines are popping up bemoaning last-minute additions…

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