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Republicans: We’ll work on our Hispanic Problem Later Immigration reform dying

July 12, 2013

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Republicans walked away from their 2012 debacle hell-bent on fixing their problems with Hispanics. Now, they appear hell-bent on making them worse. In private conversations, top Republicans on Capitol Hill now predict comprehensive immigration reform will die a slow, months-long death in the House. Like with background checks for gun buyers, the conventional wisdom that […]

Bad Week for Rush Limbaugh, Remember When He Was Funny?

May 10, 2013


(Was that a brick?) Funny is funny.  There was a time when Rush Limbaugh‘s show was funny.  There were bits, no they weren’t PC.   He was entertaining, I never  listened  to his entire show as his views  were often too far right of my beliefs. Then one day, he became the voice of the […]

Conspiracy? Sacramento Kings/Arena Forum locations favor Mayor

March 20, 2013


With the exception of the fans of Sacramento Kings, the city hasn’t asked for input from the taxpayers .   Last year with little debate, city leaders were prepared to lease city owned garages to private investors  for several decades to help finance a new arena in the Railyards.   Those private investors could set prices for […]

Prince Harry didn’t keep IT in Vegas, Todd Akin not shutting IT down. the IT man at Live is Michael Strathan, keeping IT real for Wednedsay Aug 22,2012

August 22, 2012


Prince Harry  didn’t get the meno.    What goes on in Vegas stays in Vegas.   TMZ reports the picture were taken last weekend. in Vegas.   Grand mum  will not be pleased.  At least Harry,protected the crown jewels..   As for his naked friend. she shouldn’t expect a Christmas Card. Representative Todd Akin, the Republican Senate nominee from Missouri, provoked ire across […]

CRAZY TALK! Former Arizona State Sen. Russell Pearce ” Moviegoers should have stopped Gunman? “

July 23, 2012


Perhaps he is off his meds or should be subscribed NEW Meds… But in a Classic WTF Moment…… Former Arizona State Sen. Russell Pearce took to Facebook to comment on the Aurora, Colo., theater massacre on Saturday, criticizing moviegoers for their failure to stop the suspected shooter in the mass killing. “Had someone been prepared and armed they could have stopped […]

What’s the matter with white people?

March 6, 2012

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As the GOP loses its grip, it’s got one loyal constituency. Will white America go down with the ship? A line of people waiting to register at a career fair in San Diego. One of the burdens of blackness, W.E.B. DuBois famously wrote, was facing down an omnipresent question from the wider society: “How does […]

2011: A good year to be gay

December 13, 2011


From marriage equality to the end of don’t ask, don’t tell, this has been an extraordinary year. Here, Aaron Hicklin, editor-in-chief of Out magazine, looks forward to the end of gay culture A funny thing happened in America in 2011. With the US political establishment in deadlock and Republicans bowing to Tea Party mandarins over […]

Newt Gingrich’s Independence, Bravo!

November 25, 2011

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Bravo Newt,  finally a Republican breaking from the pack.   Many of the parties faithul believe controlling illegal  immigrants is one of the country  most important issues. In Wednesday,debate Newt Gingrich said…… “I don’t see how the party – the party that says it’s the party of the family – is going to adopt an immigration policy, which […]

Gridlock Washington (No end in sight) a new strategy is needed : Just saying for Wednesday,Novemember 23,2011

November 23, 2011

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What happens when your elected  official aren’t representing you? In a resent CBS/New York Times poll, the approval rating for Congress is 9%.  A Millionare Tax is popular in the red states often leading 2 to 1 in the polls. Over forty percent of Republicans polled,  are in favor of a Millionares Tax, 65% percent […]

Herman Cain: A Royal Republican Pain in the Ass

October 13, 2011

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cha·ris·ma 1. a personal magic of leadership arousing special popular loyalty or enthusiasm for a public figure (as a political leader) 2 : a special magnetic charm or appeal <the charisma of a popular actor>   The waters are anything but calm in the Republican Party.  The hourly attacks on Obama may have some […]


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