2008 Archives

That Time Trump Made The Most Embarrassing Mistake of Any President, Ever

February 10, 2018

What could be more embarrassing for a President of the United States than this? Cigar play in the Oval Office? Not even close. Paying a porn star six figures for her silence about cheating on your wife, and having it…

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Man Wrongfully Imprisoned For 31 Years Awarded $75 – Now He’s Fighting For Justice

December 22, 2016

He spent 31 years in a Tennessee prison for a crime he didn’t commit. Now he’s seeking justice and petitioning the state to compensate him in the amount of $1 million for the decades that have been stolen from him.…

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Don’t Destroy The Electoral College – Fix It

November 10, 2016

Electoral College Did It Again For those who stayed up late on election night back in 2000, the memory still adheres to us to this day. A candidate with more popular votes lost to a candidate due to the Electoral…

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Wells Fargo’s Corrupt CEO Just Retired Free & Rich – And Elizabeth Warren Is PISSED! (TWEETS)

October 13, 2016

ess than 24 hours after the retirement of Wells Fargo’s corrupt CEO John Stumpf, Senator Elizabeth Warren has taken to twitter to articulate her outrage at the lack of accountability he has shown following his role in the destruction of…

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Wells Fargo’s CEO is Facing Punishment, Thanks to Elizabeth Warren

September 29, 2016

Warren Nails Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf nformation has emerged that indicates Wells Fargo’s CEO, John Stumpf will face financial punishment for his role in the 2008 financial crisis. This is the first time since the crash that a CEO…

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Trump Staffers’ Plagiarism Confession Revealed MUCH Bigger Violation

July 21, 2016

The Trump Campaign May Have Admitted To A Serious Federal Violation The Donald Trump campaign is desperate to move on from the embarrassment of Melania Trump’s speech, initially considered the gem of Monday’s opening night events, which contained an entire paragraph…

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New Poll Of Young Voters Spells Doom For GOP In 2016 And Beyond

April 25, 2016

A sweeping new poll of Millennials’ political opinions shows that this November, young voters are ready to tell the GOP #SorryNotSorry. Harvard’s Institute of Politics published the poll of voters under 30, Monday. It shows a bruising future for the Republican…

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Trading Places: 5 Ways Americans Would Have Reacted If Obama Had Campaigned Like Trump

March 15, 2016

What If Barack Obama And His Supporters Behaved In ’08 Like Trump And His Supporters Behave Today? Let’s bust down a wall of quantum science and skip off on a mystical adventure through space-time, shall we? We’re going to take…

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Rubio’s ‘Victory’ Speech Sound Familiar? That’s Because You Heard It In 2008 (VIDEOS)

February 2, 2016

After coming in third, and securing not even a quarter of the vote, Marco Rubio delivered a “victory” speech in Iowa Monday night. Despite how tacky that sounds, it was a victory of sorts. Rubio surged tremendously in the week…

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Why A Sanders Surge Terrifies DNC Leadership

October 14, 2015

There is an old axiom in political circles that people don’t vote for candidates they don’t know. Hillary Clinton is well known while her primary competition was not as notable in the public eye. Going into the debate, it was…

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