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One of the best pieces of news this week is that Democratic Senator Max Baucus of Montana announced he will retire at the end of this term and not seek reelection in 2014. No, I haven’t gone over to the … Continue reading
On April 1st – the irony of April Fools’ Day hasn’t escaped me – Texas’ Republican Governor Rick Perry reiterated that Texas would not expand Medicaid under Obamacare. This was during a public appearance he made with Texas’ Republican United … Continue reading
If you wanted a poster woman for a political crazy lady you would need look no further than North Carolina’s Fifth Congressional District and their Republican Representative Virginia Foxx. The scary thing is that she not only looks the part; … Continue reading
Joe Walsh and Alan West exited the hall of Congress with the expiration of the 112th Congress which they helped make the least productive, (and perhaps most destructive), ever. The 113th promises to present America with some new nuts in … Continue reading
On Christmas Day Amy Gardner wrote a story in the Washington Post that has not received sufficient follow-up. Today I am doing my part by putting the Cancer Treatment Centers of America on the Rated R list.
I am a staunch defender of the First Amendment which guarantees the freedom of speech and freedom of association. That amendment defends John “Papa John” Schnatter’s right to be incorrect, greedy and to associate with con men like Willard Romney. … Continue reading
History does tend to repeat itself. A little analysis of Tuesday night’s primary results will illustrate that.