With projections of up to $11.3 million in annual revenue, popular opinion is turning towards legalization and taxation.
Archive for January 11th, 2013
Donald Trump – never one to take anything lightly, is threatening to sue Bill Maher for $5 million over a joke.
A conservative OB-GYN defended Todd Akins’ ‘legitimate rape’ remarks at a Chamber of Commerce meeting. He’s either a liar, or the WORST obstetrician/gynecologist EVER!
Tennessee isn’t afraid to punish gun nuts like James Yeager who threaten to shoot people who ‘take away’ guns.
Lena Dunham doesn’t care if Howard Stern likes Girls. A creepy, radio has-been is not exactly her target audience.
Hobby Lobby is still refusing to provide contraception in employee healthcare coverage despite the fact that the Affordable Care Act requires such coverage
In an effort to keep its audience as uninformed as possible, Fox News finds new ways to kill brain cells.
It seems that a lot more states are writing legislation that challenges the authority and supremacy of federal laws.
Should an attorney general be encouraging companies to break the law to defy Obamacare mandates and deny birth control to employees?
How bad is your argument when you have to lie about Hitler to try and make your case? Right-Wing claims of Nazi weapon roundups don’t hold up to scrutiny.
In just over four minutes, the funny Jon Stewart derails the credibility of every show on Fox News.
Hey Ryan, if you couldn’t win with Mittens, what makes you think you can win the top spot for yourself?
This isn’t the first time that Bachmann has tried to exploit staffers for free labor, her entire New Hampshire campaign quit in January 2011.
No guns needed: Two unarmed employees disarmed the Taft Union gunman with words.
For him to co-opt the issue of Obama’s Cabinet diversity in a crass attempt to wrap himself in the mantle of ‘fighter for women’ is beyond pathetic.
Given the recent terrorist activity at the American embassy in Benghazi, which resulted in the deaths of four Americans, sensitivity is required.
Two years ago, California was facing one of the largest state deficits in history, but today California is looking at a small, but significant budget surplus.
Karl Rove let the cat out of the bag and groups like the Financial Services Roundtable are making it yowl. I wonder what that cat will do?