Courtesy of “the Stupidity of the American Voter”: Obamacare Enters Year Two Amidst New Challenges

It’s not shaping up to be a happy birthday for the little scamp known as the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, affectionately referred to as Obamacare. On Friday, it was announced that the Supreme Court would hear the case of King v. Burwell, a lawsuit centered around some ambiguous language found in the 2010 bill. A negative verdict for the Obama administration could spell doom for […]

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Rev. Al Flips the Script

The Reverend Al Sharpton is one of life’s great mysteries: how does a man whose career is so pockmarked with lies and smears, whose self-serving actions have incited violence, and whose non-stop race-baiting have made him a national punchline still retain so much clout, both in his home base of New York City and in Washington D.C.? At last we have an answer: the Reverend […]

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The Most Interesting Man in the World: Rob O’Neill, the SEAL Who Shot Bin Laden

Screw the bearded guy from the commercials, supposedly so worldly, he’s experienced every adventure and carnal pleasure known to man but who settled on a subpar Mexican swill as his drink of choice. Rob O’Neill, former SEAL Team Six member, is truly the Most Interesting Man in the World. Not only was he revealed this week as the man who shot history’s most […]

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Crimson Tide: Winners and Losers in the 2014 Mid-Term Elections

What began as an anti-incumbent riptide quickly swelled into an anti-Democrat tsunami, with Republicans surging into control of the Senate, establishing a new high-water mark in the House and crashing over the breakwall in key gubernatorial races. Yes, Election Day 2014 has come and gone, leaving behind a frothing wake of shattered dreams, rising stars and overwrought ocean metaphors. Who drowned and who rode… THE WAVE? The Losers: Wendy […]

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The Rundown, pt. II: The Eight Races That Will Decide the Senate

Alaska The Contendahs: Democrat Mark Begich, the former mayor of Anchorage, defeated six-term Senator Ted Stevens in 2008, capitalizing on Stevens’ conviction on ethics charges just days before the election. Begich’s seat became a target when Mitt Romney won the state in 2012 by 13 points. Enter Dan Sullivan, a Lieutenant Colonel in the Marine Corps (he served a six-week tour in Afghanistan […]

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The Rundown: The Eight Races That Will Decide the Senate

New Hampshire The Contendahs: Incumbent Democrat Jeanne Shaheen takes on former Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown in one of the year’s most hotly-contested campaigns. Shaheen was New Hampshire’s first female Governor, serving three terms from 1996-2002. After losing her first U.S. Senate campaign to John Sununu in 2002, she won a rematch in 2008, becoming both the first female U.S. Senator in […]

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