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Hillary Allies NBC And CNN Begin The Clinton Campaign Early

Posted on 04. Aug, 2013 by in Current Events, Politics

Our next president?

The news has been out for some time about the upcoming Clinton Lovefest to be sponsored by DNC shills the National Broadcasting Company (NBC) and the Cable News Network (CNN). Both stations are getting ready to produce television extravaganzas celebrating the excellence of Hillary Clinton. The unavoidable conclusion that these productions should be a major […]

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, […]

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, […]

Jihadists and Fuhrers and Premieres, Oh My!

Posted on 21. Oct, 2012 by in Analysis, Current Events


A New York Times story that the United States and Iran had finally come to an agreement to engage in bilateral talks concerning Iran’s uranium enrichment program has been the talk of the town. Both sides immediately disavowed any knowledge of this clandestine arrangement, of course, and the Times has not given up their source, […]

Political Contributions by Media Fail Americans

Posted on 26. Sep, 2012 by in Analysis, Politics


With six weeks until the presidential election, Mitt Romney is fighting an uphill battle against two opponents. Barack Obama is the main opponent, whom by all economic and foreign policy circumstances, should be a paper tiger on Election Day. His second opponent, which for the remainder of the race is increasingly asserting itself as his […]

Paul Ryan’s Demise

Posted on 12. Aug, 2012 by in Current Events, Politics


Paul Ryan may have made the greatest mistake of his political career yesterday when he publically admitted to the crime of being stupid enough to jump on the Romney ticket. I’m not sure what he was promised, how much campaign money and/or political clout the RNC heavies offered him, but there is no way it […]

Theo’s Twit Of The Week: The White House Edition

Posted on 03. Apr, 2012 by in Current Events, Politics


This Week’s line-up of numbskulls and idjits is entirely composed of White House folks! Get ready for a buffet of BS so lavish that it makes Martha Johnson’s spending spree look like a Superbowl smorgasbord after half time! Barack Obama “Ultimately, I’m confident that the Supreme Court will not take what would be an unprecedented […]

Your Guide To The Illinois Democratic Presidential Primary

Posted on 19. Mar, 2012 by in Analysis, Politics


Everyone else has written primers for the people of Illinois for the RNC’s primary on Tuesday, so I felt I should help the Democrats get some skin in the game. Why should Romney’s lame election humor, Santorum’s quest for a bigger, better theocracy, Gringrich’s last burbling gasp and Paul’s seemingly unending Texas rodeo of liberty […]

Gamey Changes

Posted on 11. Mar, 2012 by in Analysis, Politics


If you haven’t picked it up yet, Game Change, an expose of the politicking behind the 2008 presidential election cycle, is an interesting look at how elections are won nowadays. While I might have some political issues with Mark Halperin and John Heilemann, it turns out they are both pretty good writers. Their access, particularly […]