Online Support Groups: ‘You’ve Gotta Give ‘Em Hope’

Online Support Groups: ‘You’ve Gotta Give ‘Em Hope’

There are some groups, led by some dynamic and driven people, that are leading the way for all of us. At the head of that class would have to be Kevin O’Neil’s creation, Wipeout Homophobia on Facebook.

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What Barack Obama and Every Other Candidate Can Learn From Ron Paul

What Barack Obama and Every Other Candidate Can Learn From Ron Paul

Ron Paul has some of the most rabid supporters of any politician alive today. Here’s how President Obama can capture some of those voters for himself.

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The True Meaning of Family: The Stories of Two Zac(h)s

The True Meaning of Family: The Stories of Two Zac(h)s

A loving family is a loving family even if the parents are the same sex. If only the Religious Right understood that.

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The 2012 South Carolina Primary Drinking Game

The 2012 South Carolina Primary Drinking Game

The rules are pretty simple (for best results, Make sure you have s—-y rum on hand that tastes like nail polish and slides down the throat like wood stain)

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Corporate Tool Chuck Todd Goes After Stephen Colbert For Exposing Corporate Tool Electoral System (VIDEO)

Corporate Tool Chuck Todd Goes After Stephen Colbert For Exposing Corporate Tool Electoral System (VIDEO)

NBC’s Chuck Todd, best know as ‘not Tim Russert,’ criticized Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert for their publicized attempts to expose the inequities of post-Citizens United campaign laws.

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For Power-Hungry Newt, Women Are The Only Public Property

For Power-Hungry Newt, Women Are The Only Public Property

The appropriately named Newt Gingrich is the political personification of slime. His sociopathic selfishness is the product of blind ambition driven by a reptilian lust for power and revenge.

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Why I Envy Mitt Romney And The 1% (HUMOR)

Why I Envy Mitt Romney And The 1% (HUMOR)

Is it envy to want to play by the same rules as the 1%? According to Mitt Romeny, it is.

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The Entertainment Industry Always Tries To Suppress Innovation And Is Always Wrong (Infographic)

The Entertainment Industry Always Tries To Suppress Innovation And Is Always Wrong (Infographic)

One infographic sums up over fifty years of failure to stop progress.

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Obama Makes the Right Call in Rejecting the Keystone XL Tar Sands Pipeline

Obama Makes the Right Call in Rejecting the Keystone XL Tar Sands Pipeline

The Obama Administration today called the GOP’s bluff by rejecting the proposed Keystone XL tar sands pipeline, a 1,750 mile, $7 billion proposed pipeline that would carry more than 700,000 barrels of crude oil from the boreal forests of the Canadian province of Alberta to the oil refineries of Texas.

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Why SOPA/PIPA Is A Threat To The Internet As We Know It (VIDEOS)

Why SOPA/PIPA Is A Threat To The Internet As We Know It (VIDEOS)

The overwhelming point of these videos is that SOPA/PIPA isn’t just a threat to the people who use content that could be considered infringing, it’s a threat to the entire internet as we know it.

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Surge In Prescription Drug Overdoses Causes Drug Induced Deaths To Top Motor Vehicle Fatalities

Surge In Prescription Drug Overdoses Causes Drug Induced Deaths To Top Motor Vehicle Fatalities

A growing number of people have been expressing concern with many aspects of modern medicine, especially corruption on the part of the FDA and the over medicating of American citizens, even children.

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Arianna Huffington: ‘Newt’s Muse’ Race Baits Just Like Newt

Arianna Huffington: ‘Newt’s Muse’ Race Baits Just Like Newt

It’s strange how a supposed beacon of the Left spends an awful lot of her time doing the Right’s work for them.

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Know Yourself, Know Your Enemy: The Paulbots And You

Know Yourself, Know Your Enemy: The Paulbots And You

This is why we see no real harm in the legions of Paulbots that charge daily like a horde of angry libertarian lawn gnomes onto Facebook, Twitter, every blog ever conceived, and even Youtube. But they’re far from harmless, and debating them plays straight into their hands.

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Building Trades Builds Better Communities

Building Trades Builds Better Communities

The Building Trades is an organization that is composed of Construction Local Unions such as Electricians, Plumbers & Steamfitters, Sheet Metal Workers, Roofers, Elevator Constructors, Boilermakers, Painters, Carpenters, Operating Engineers, Iron Workers, and etc. They are an organization that advocates the importance of having Project Labor Agreements (PLA’s), a living wage, good education, affordable healthcare, and respectable retirement. They fight for dignity amongst construction workers.

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Cut Spending For You, Big Government For Me, We Are The GOP

Where's Perry? Who cares?

Why is it that food and clothing for the poor is ‘wasteful spending’ but needlessly invading other countries on the other side of the world is considered ‘vital to National defense?’

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How Liberals And Conservatives See Race: Crayon Edition

How Liberals And Conservatives See Race: Crayon Edition

A simple comparison between the Left and Right using crayons.

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How Walmart Strangled America (VIDEO)

Image from WalMartWatch.com

It’s like watching a virus consume the country in a science fiction film. Except it’s real.

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Why I Support the Rosemont Copper Open-Pit Mine (HUMOR)

Why I Support the Rosemont Copper Open-Pit Mine (HUMOR)

I am in favor of the Rosemont Copper open-pit mine because despite the incomplete environmental impact draft study by the U.S. Forest Service, I am sure that we can trust corporations to do what is best for the people in the region.

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Fishing For Black Votes in a Republican Pond Full of White Water

Fishing For Black Votes in a Republican Pond Full of White Water

Once the covers have been pulled back from the anti-ethnic narrative of the basic, White-male-dominated-society rhetoric of the Republican Party, it’s easy to see where Republicans like Gingrich are coming from when they make statements about President Obama being a ‘food stamp president’ or the Democratic Party being the party of welfare checks and even more food stamps.

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Politics, the Political Elite, and Their Relationship to the Corporate Elites

Politics, the Political Elite, and Their Relationship to the Corporate Elites

The party system grew from custom, not from something that the Constitution handed to us. It hasn’t served us well.

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