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It’s official: Congressman Mo “Good Lives” Brooks (R) is running for the AL Senate seat currently occupied by Sen. Luther Strange (R). So… Alabama might slip into the clutches of the dirty, filthy hippies if Y’all Qaeda and The New … Continue reading
The U.S. Lab for Bad Policy continues to excel in bad policy: (CNN)Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Sunday signed a bill that would ban sanctuary cities in his state. The bill, which Abbott could be seen signing on Facebook Live … Continue reading
The U.S. Lab for Bad Policy strikes again: …Parents seeking to adopt children in Texas could soon be rejected by public or private agencies with religious objections. Agencies would be able to reject parents if they were either Jewish, Muslim, gay, … Continue reading
Happy Hour News Briefs Sweet Baby Jeebus, Judge Roy Moore is running for Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III old Senate Seat: Roy Moore today announced he is resigning from his position as the Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court to … Continue reading
The Hill tells us that Ayatollah Ted is in trouble: Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-Texas) edges out Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) in a potential 2018 Senate matchup, a new poll shows. I guess they have not forgiven Cruz’s dad for killing … Continue reading
Scissorhead TexBetsy sends us this vitally important breaking news from America’s Lab for Bad Policy: Condom-clogged pipe leads to prostitution bust at massage parlor, Austin police say Austin police said they uncovered a prostitution ring at a Northwest Austin massage … Continue reading
If former AL Luv Guv. Robert Bentley sinned, it was the sin of loving too much, honey. Anyway, he resigned yesterday on a plea bargain to avoid doing hard time, if you know what I mean and I think you … Continue reading
And so the impeachment trial of AL Gov. Robert Bentley begins. It seems his crime was banging his staff (though he denies banging anyone, and the bangee denies being banged), and then using state resources to cover-up the banging. I … Continue reading
“It’s obvious to me that if we continue this, no member of Congress will want to meet with people.” Rep. Pete Sessions (R-TX), the chair of the House Rules Committee, doesn’t do politics very well.