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M is for the way....

By Scott Seeger
My Mom is a saint. And not just for putting up with me all these years.
May 8th - 2:26pm

Mormon Crickets aren't so bad!

By Grant Nielsen
May 8th - 7:36am

Sick, sick, sick

By Mary Richards
In my last blog post I thought I only had Spring sniffles. Oh if only that were the case.
May 8th - 7:26am

A History Lesson For Republicans

By Ethan Millard
2002: President Bush submits America's first $2 trillion budget after well over 200 years of independence.

2009: 7 years later President Bush submits America's first $3 trillion budget and $18 billion in budget cuts.

2010: President Obama submits $3.4 trillion budget and $17 billion in budget cuts.

Amazingly the Republicans are sneering at Obama's budget/ spending cuts.

Maybe James Carville was right. Maybe we really are looking at 40 years of Dem dominance.

Because right now the Republicans just don't have any credibility on the most serious issues of the day.

May 7th - 3:38pm

Drawing the line.

By Scott Seeger
ger⋅ry⋅man⋅der: the dividing of a state, county, etc., into election districts so as to give one political party a majority in many districts while concentrating the voting strength of the other party into as few districts as possible.
May 7th - 2:08pm

Bad drivers

By Grant Nielsen
May 7th - 5:22am

Congressman: No Viagra Ads before 10pm

By Alex Kirry
Waging War on E.D. ads
May 6th - 5:09pm

In Defense Of A President Huntsman

By Ethan Millard

Interesting analysis of Governor Huntsman's place in the 2012 field of candidates...

Of course, David Plouffe has his own agenda

but he does make a very interesting point:

"he [Huntsman] is one of the few GOPers out there who seem to realize you can't thrive and win elections appealing to the 25 percent of people who still think Bush was a good president"

May 6th - 3:45pm

Stewards of Capitalism

By Ethan Millard
There are a lot of great intellectual arguments available to promote Capitalism.
In the meantime, a growing number of people are associating Capitalism with being ripped off.

May 6th - 2:46pm

National treasure.

By Scott Seeger
I wish I could say I was related to him.
May 6th - 2:27pm
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