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John Boehner Springs a Leak at Taco Bell Event

John Boehner Springs a Leak at Taco Bell Event

Speaker of the House John Boehner, R-OH, springs a leak at many events he speaks at, the latest one being sponsored by Taco Bell. Boehner, who as a reputation for getting a case of the water works frequently, fought back tears as he delivered a speech for an event put on by the Taco Bell […]

Hungary Post-Election Woes and Rising Fascism

Hungary Post-Election Woes and Rising Fascism

Yesterday Hungary had its national elections. Post-election, two major factors have shaped its political landscape: Prime Minister Viktor Orban and his right-of-center Fidesz party won a landslide re-election through questionable means. And, the far-right nationalist opposition party, Jobbik Magyarországért Mozgalom, which means “the Movement for a Better Hungary,” gained significant seats in Parliament. By many […]

Lois Lerner Faces Criminal Charges

Lois Lerner Faces Criminal Charges

Lois Lerner finds herself in the midst of the scrutiny from Congress and could face criminal charges. The former IRS official, who was in charge of the tax-exempt unit, finds herself in the mix of all the IRS controversy. Lois Lerner took the fifth for the second time on Wednesday morning, refusing to answer questions about […]

Rob Lowe Ready to Give Government the Boot

Rob Lowe Ready to Give Government the Boot

It seems that traditionally left-wing Hollywood is slowly starting to shift its ideology from extremely liberal to a more libertarian view. Many blockbuster films have come out over the last few years that contain themes focused on the dangers of totalitarian societies, and how freedom of choice is preferable to expansive government control. Movies like The […]

Modi and the Indian Manifesto

Modi and the Indian Manifesto

India, the world’s largest democracy, commences voting in the largest general election the world has ever seen, as Prime Ministerial candidate, Narendra Modi, puts forth the party’s manifesto.  Modi, representing the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP), released a manifesto to the people of India on Monday. The manifesto made three assurances:  To work hard to the […]

Christie in More Trouble as Feds Build Case Against Him

Christie in More Trouble as Feds Build Case Against Him

Chris Christie in more trouble as feds build case against him. Sources close to the investigation into the Bridgegate scandal have told Esquire that one of the key participants in the scandal is now cooperating with federal investigators and the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Newark, NJ. Sources have revealed that David Wildstein, the Port Authority official, […]

Maryland Loosens Pot Laws and the Rest of America Should Too

Maryland Loosens Pot Laws and the Rest of America Should Too

Gov. Martin O’Malley of Maryland has stated that he is going to sign a bill that will decriminalize possessing small portions of marijuana, a first step toward full legalization, which is a step that the rest of America should take too. The Maryland Senate voted on the bill during the afternoon on Monday, with a […]

Dick Cheney Legacy In Question by Republicans

Dick Cheney Legacy In Question by Republicans

The way history looks back on certain events and certain people is a complicated combination of homage and criticism. Recently, the Republican view of Dick Cheney has been the same combination to it. Comments made by Rand Paul in 2009 have surfaced in which the Kentucky Republican senator said that the former vice-president was motivated […]

Al Sharpton was Allegedly a Paid FBI Mafia Informant

Al Sharpton was Allegedly a Paid FBI Mafia Informant

Al Sharpton, according to a recent report by TSG (The Smoking Gun), was a one time FBI-informant who spewed mountains of actionable intelligence regarding the mob to federal investigators and law enforcement. A TSG report has cited numerous documents obtained in conjunction with Freedom of Information Act requests as being proof that the Rev. Al […]

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  • Giancarlo Stanton Slam Gives Miami Win: Marlins Matters April 19, 2014
    Giancarlo Stanton hit a dramatic ninth inning walk-off grand slam to send the Miami Marlins to victory over the Seattle Mariners by a score of 8-4. The walk-off four-run homer was the fifth in Marlins history; the second by Stanton. Stanton’s home run may not have occurred, were it not for an overturned call that […]
    Robert Pannier
  • Gwen Stefani Will Replace Christina Aguilera for Season 7 of The Voice April 19, 2014
    Gwen Stefani of No Doubt will be joining Pharrell Williams as a judge in Season 7 of The Voice, replacing Christina Aguilera, who is pregnant, according to multiple sources. She has reportedly signed on for the upcoming seventh season of The Voice, which will begin taping this June, though there’s no word yet if she’ll […]
    Douglas Cobb
  • Carolina Panthers First Round Review: NFL Draft Daily [Video] April 19, 2014
    The Carolina Panthers had one heck of a season. Carolina made the playoffs for the first time since 2008, and it was their first division title since then as well. Cam Newton was consistently better at not turning over the ball as much in years past, and the defense put mediocrity aside for a season; […]
    Justin Huffman
  • Giancarlo Stanton Turning Into Most Feared Power Hitter in MLB April 19, 2014
    With one more titanic swing of the bat from Giancarlo Stanton’s hulking 6’6″ frame, the Miami Marlins slugger buried the Seattle Mariners 8-4 with a walk-off grand slam on Friday. It was the second walk-off slam in Stanton’s young career, and the fifth in Marlins’ history. The right fielder now leads the majors with six […]
    Justin Hussong
  • MLB Guardian Liberty Voice Power Rankings: Atlanta Braves on the Warpath April 19, 2014
    With the second best record in baseball, the Atlanta Braves find themselves in first in the Guardian Liberty Voice Baseball power rankings for week 3 of the MLB season. The Atlanta Braves have clearly been on the warpath, crushing the Washington Nationals last weekend in sweeping them, then taking two of three from the Philadelphia Phillies. […]
    Robert Pannier

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