Monthly Archives: July 2011

Citation Obamination: Focus on Family Twists Gay Marriage Study Definition and Gets Caught

If Thomas Minnery were in my Poli Sci 101 class in college, he would have a lot of explaining to do to the T.A. on this one. Minnery, head of the evangelical Christian organization Focus on Family, apparently failed to … Continue reading

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An Ironic Correction

This morning, NPR ran a segment correcting an error in a segment that was ran yesterday. Two days ago, columnist David Cay Johnston wrote an article for Reuters exposing the fact that News Corp did not have to pay any … Continue reading

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How To Be A Politician

So you want to be a politician? First of all, congratulations! You’ve made the wonderful decision to subject yourself to intense public scrutiny for the rest of your life! In exchange, you’ll have the honor and privilege of being the … Continue reading

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TPM Article

Talking Points Memo, one of the most popular progressive websites in the country, wrote an article about PACmen on Thursday. See an exerpt below, and read the full version HERE. Turns out a there’s a political action committee that fights … Continue reading

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No Time.

I don’t have time for wasting, I don’t have time for lies. I don’t have time for Afghanistan, where we’ve lost too many lives. I don’t have time for taxes, being cut for millionaires. I’m standing here with a flag … Continue reading

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Constitutional Convenience

Republicans have claimed, again and again, to be strict constitutionalists. They have made themselves out to be the party of the constitution, holding “lessons” on the constitution on the floor of the house, and constantly referencing our founding fathers like … Continue reading

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