Confirmed: Rep Weiner is a Dick

June 7, 2011
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Confirmed: Rep Weiner is a Dick

The jokes write themselves, but today Rep. Anthony Weiner confirmed the package posted on his “hacked” Twitter is indeed his own. After a week of denial (common with today’s politicians) Weiner came clean, tears and all. Prior to Weiner’s admission, Andrew Breitbart of Big Government and breaker of Weinergate, crashed the conference and set...

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Super Bowl’s Super(bad) Entertainment

February 6, 2011
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Super Bowl’s Super(bad) Entertainment

Aside from football, many Americans watch the Super Bowl for its celebrity entertainment. Top notch vocalists belt out the national anthem. Grammy award winning musicians perform elaborate halftime routines. This should be a spectacle right? Unfortunately for Super Bowl XLV, celebrity entertainment was a spectacle and for all the wrong reasons. About 51 seconds...

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Super Bowl XLV Introduction

February 6, 2011
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Super Bowl XLV Introduction

The introduction to Super Bowl XLV was an emotional experience! With a message underscoring what freedom is for those that live in the USA and getting the distinct privileges that The Declaration of Independence provides, it was the best message that any SuperBowl could ever provide. The producers of this message were brilliant. It...

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Doing Things Away From Cameras?

February 3, 2011
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Doing Things Away From Cameras?

During campaign season, what did Barack Obama say about transparency in his administration? It seems the Obama administration is anything but transparent. Case in point? Robert Gibbs’ response to a reporter asking about the Egypt crisis. “Some things,” he said, “have to be done away from TV cameras.” Communication during a crisis is one...

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Sen. Schumer’s Three Branches of Government

February 1, 2011
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Sen. Schumer’s Three Branches of Government

Senator Charles E. Schumer is clearly confused about the three branches of government, as demonstrated on CNN‘s “State of the Union.” “We have three branches of government. We have a house, we have a senate, we have a President,” he said. For the record, the three branches of government are the Legislative Branch, the...

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President Obama’s 2011 State of the Union Address

January 26, 2011
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President Obama’s 2011 State of the Union Address

Last night President Barack Obama spoke to the men and women of the 112th Congress in his second State of the Union address. The president, in an attempt to reach across party lines, emphasized the American family, cooperation, working together and moving forward. As to be expected, President Obama also covered education, immigration, infrastructure,...

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ABC World News with Diane Sawyer

January 24, 2011
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ABC World News with Diane Sawyer

ABC World News, with Diane Sawyer, led off covering the Northeast freeze, Moscow Airport attack, possible hiring increase and Oprah’s astonishing secret. The newscast started out showing Northeast frozen faces while Sawyer reported on some of the coldest temperatures recorded in years. “37 below in New York City, a windchill of 44 below in...

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Fountain Lady on ABC’s Good Morning America

January 22, 2011
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Fountain Lady on ABC’s Good Morning America

A few days ago YouTube exploded with a video of a woman texting and walking into a mall fountain. The woman, looking for someone to blame, appeared on ABC‘s Good Morning America (GMA) Thursday to share her story with George Stephanopoulos. Cathy Cruz Marrero, who appeared with her lawyer James Polyak, planned to sue...

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L.A. Reports $600M Tab for Children of Illegals

January 20, 2011
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L.A. Reports $600M Tab for Children of Illegals

Tonight on Greta Van Susteren, L.A. County Supervisor Michael Antonovich talked about the $600M taxpayer tab for children of illegal aliens. According to the Department of Public Social Services November 2010 findings, children born in the US to illegal aliens received approximately $53M for welfare and food stamps. Jailed illegal immigrants cost the county...

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CNN’s Lost Its Crosshairs

January 20, 2011
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CNN’s Lost Its Crosshairs

It seems CNN‘s lost its crosshairs, or at least the terminology while on air. On CNN’s John King, guest Andy Shaw used the phrase “in the crosshairs” to refer to the candidates in the Chicago mayoral race. King, quick to apologize, said they are”trying to get away from that kind of language. We...

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Teen Mom 2: Episode 2

January 19, 2011
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Teen Mom 2: Episode 2

MTV is back, exploiting another group of immature, dependent, underage single mothers in Teen Mom 2. Leah, Chelsea, Kailyn and Jenelle let viewers in on their trials and tribulations of teen parenthood. In this episode, Leah, a single mother to twins, faces development problems with her baby’s leg. Her ex-boyfriend Corey, who broke up...

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Back to the Shore

January 6, 2011
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Chances are, if you’re between the ages of 16 and 30 you’ve been anticipating the upcoming season of MTV’s hit series Jersey Shore. If you haven’t heard of Jersey Shore, you’re either my dad or you live under a rock. Jersey Shore follows seven singles on their summer in Jersey. Cast members have ridiculous...

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