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In which former Senator and current sleaze-ball Jim DeMint actually says something honest. Continue reading
Kudos to @JDickerson for kicking off tonight's #DemDebate with foreign policy. It may not be important to Democrats, but it is to America. — Frank Luntz (@FrankLuntz) November 15, 2015 I hate to break the news to you, Frankie, but Democrats … Continue reading
The 2014 Vote was the lowest participation in 72 years.
TechCrunch has a great piece up about technology, democracy, and voting. This is is not the usual “technology will solve everything (Techtopia, as I like to call it) — The passage on gerrymandering I found especially interesting: In a sane … Continue reading
We mentioned the other day that the turnout for the 2014 election was low, didn’t we? Well, yes we did. And it was lower than 40%, 36.6% to be exact. Anyway, whenever some Wingnut or member of Y’all Qaeda tells … Continue reading
Just on last thought for this morning: the incoming Senate Majority Leader, the amply be-chinned Mitch McConnell is going to be no more successful controlling the Senate than strangely orange-hued Speaker of the House John Boehner has been successful controlling … Continue reading
It is just days before the 2014 mid-term elections are held, and as they say, it is always darkest before the lights go completely out. Today we look at a comment from Senator Rand Paul (R-Atlas Shrugged) the shag-carpet doffed Aqua Buddha, … Continue reading
I read with some amusement at the NRO (the most intellectually dishonest rest stop on the Information Super Highway) that our elections are rife with fraudulent voters! This month, North Carolina officials found at least 145 illegal aliens, still in … Continue reading