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How the Politically Inclined celebrate Valentine’s Day

Ah, Valentine's Day. The day of the year when those who are single are made to feel even more alone, and coupled people are made to feel inadequate. It's a…

Syria’s ‘Monuments Men': Hollywood’s unintentional affect on Syria

The release of George Clooney’s new movie this weekend may have a positive affect on the Syrian conflict, according to UNESCO Assistant-Director for Culture, Francesco Bandarin.…

Democrats’ lack of focus in Wisconsin governor race will mean a Walker win

Democrats in Wisconsin are hoping that the third time will be the charm come November when they run former state Commerce Secretary Mary Burke against incumbent Republican Governor Scott Walker.…

No, the CBO did not say Obamacare will leave 2.5 million people jobless

While critics of the health care law were quick to use the CBO’s predictions as ammunition in their campaigns, the details of the report were somewhat more detailed and nuanced…

Why Obama’s second-term foreign policy focus should be the Asia Pivot

Americans want to hear about the economy. Reasonable, seeing that after three years of increasing, unemployment is only now starting to dip into normalcy. The 2014 State of the Union…

Nancy Pelosi airs Big Money hypocrisy on The Daily Show

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) made an appearance on The Daily Show a couple of days ago – you might have heard about it, because it was a total…

Excursions into ‘RINO’ territory: What does the term even mean?

I have to admit, I did a double take when I first read the news that the Arizona Republican Party recently censured longtime Senator and former presidential candidate John McCain.…

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