Tuesday, 22nd August 2017

Carthaginian Peace In The Levant

Posted on 22. Jul, 2014 by in Analysis, Current Events

Gaza burns

Israel is in yet another conflict with Palestine, and, like many of the previous ones, it a mess almost entirely of their own making.  Israel’s continual and unrelenting campaign to crush the Palestinian cause has ensured continued resistance from the beleaguered residents of the Gaza Strip. While they talk about ceasefire and detente, the Israelis […]

Theo’s Twit Of The Week: Chuck Hagel

Posted on 15. Jun, 2014 by in Current Events, Politics


This week’s Twit is part of a complex prisoner exchange involving President Obama’s reputation and a tasty post-employment book deal. We Will Never Forget… Chuck Hagel Oh, it was to be a lovely story. Set against the idyllic backdrop of the White House Rose Garden, President Obama, flanked by Jani and Bo Bergdahl, sang the […]

Sexually Assaulting Women In The Name Of Information

Posted on 14. Jun, 2013 by in Current Events, Politics


The Mendota Mental Health Institute might want to do another bed check, because it seems like their governor has slipped out of the facility for the umpteenth time. Wisconsin’s very own Union-busting Scott Walker, a relentless shill for the increasingly mentally maladjusted Republican Party, opened his mouth again, and, predictably, a torrent of stupidity came […]

Bipartisan Indignation Gives Way To GOP Demagoguery

Posted on 13. May, 2013 by in Current Events, Politics


It is a rare state of affairs when you find the sane people of the United States agreeing with the Republican reactionary establishment on any point, but it is difficult (or at least politically inexpedient) to come out on the side of censorship in the United States. On Friday officials at the IRS admitted that, […]

Portman Punts On GOP’s Anti-Gay Party Planks

Posted on 16. Mar, 2013 by in Current Events, Politics

Rob Portman and his son, Will

Rob Portman, a conservative windbag that until recently viewed gay men and women as some sort of second class citizenry, has suddenly decided maybe it isn’t such a bad idea to let those sodomites do what they like, instead of having them “be put to death” (his religion’s solution for that “problem” – see Leviticus […]

Roe v. Raed: The A-Wassailing Edition

Posted on 23. Dec, 2012 by in Current Events, Politics


Today’s topic: Political chicanery with a Christmas twist! Dreaming Of A Working Government by Theodore Roe Three years ago I wrote a little ditty about how the Democrat-dominated legislature couldn’t stop writing stupid laws. Now they can’t seem to write anything at all. So, without further ado, I give you my rendition of White Christmas […]

The GOP “Is Full Of Racists”

Posted on 28. Oct, 2012 by in Current Events, Politics


The Republican Party “is full of racists, and the real reason a considerable portion of… (that) party wants President Obama out of the White House has nothing to do with the content of his character, nothing to do with his competence as commander-in-chief and president, and everything to do with the color of his skin, […]

Biden “Forcibly” Defeats Ryan

Posted on 14. Oct, 2012 by in Analysis, Politics


In one of the most clear-cut, decisive victories I have ever seen in a televised debate, Vice President Joe Biden utterly trounced Paul Ryan. The defeat was total. There wasn’t even a smidgen of doubt. Most importantly, it was exactly what the bewildered Democrats needed. After the confusing (and lie-ridden) Romney obfuscation of the first […]

Roe V. Raed: The First Presidential Debate

Posted on 06. Oct, 2012 by in Current Events, Politics


Editor’s note: Welcome to a new feature here at ANP, Roe v. Raed. In these columns Theodore Roe and Lucy Raed will both address a recent news story an give their (most likely contrasting) opinions on the matter. A virtual coin toss will determine who decides the order on each article. Whoever wins this toss […]

Republicans Hope For A Rainy Day

Posted on 02. Oct, 2012 by in Current Events, Politics


Many months have passed since Mitt Romney became the presumptive Republican Party nominee for president of the United States. Far before that, President Barack Obama and his surrogates were at work defining Romney and the choice that voters will face on Election Day. Yet polls consistently find between five and ten percent of the electorate […]