Articles Tagged with republicans

Ben Carson Presidential Campaign One Step Closer to Reality

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Dr. Ben Carson, a Washington Times columnist and former head of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Hospital, told his employer Friday that he was one step closer to launching a 2016 presidential campaign. According to the Washington Times, the doctor who was the first to successfully separate twins conjoined at the head has launched his… Read more »

Hobby Lobby Reversal Bill Stopped By Senate Republicans

Protect Women's Health From Corporate Interference Act

Senate Republicans stopped a reversal on the Hobby Lobby contraception decision by the U.S. Supreme Court. Democrats attempted to approve legislation which would force companies to offer all forms of contraceptive coverage to their workers, regardless of the religious beliefs by the owners. Democrats in the Senate wanted to push the Protect Women’s Health From… Read more »

You Won’t Believe What NYC Paper Headline Calls Barack Obama

A New York City newspaper used a racial slur to describe Barack Obama.

A local community newspaper in New York is receiving intense criticism for an article about Barack Obama entitled “The N*gger In The White House.” Of course, the WestView News didn’t have an asterisk in their title; they actually spelled out the racial slur. The WestView News is a small paper and self-proclaimed “voice of West… Read more »

Duck Dynasty Guys Getting Congressional Campaign Jobs?

The Duck Dynasty guys pose with their hunting rifles.

Earlier this month, The Inquistr reported that the nephew of Phil Robertson, one of the cast members from the reality show Duck Dynasty, would be running for a Congressional seat. Now it seems the candidate, Zach Dasher, will be giving campaign jobs to his uber-famous Duck Dynasty family members. It’s unclear whether or not Dasher… Read more »

Most Liberal And Conservative Towns In America [Study]

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A study by the Clarity Campaign revealed the “Most Liberal and Most Conservative Towns” in the United States. A detailed map and an online tool guides users to find out more about the political make-up of their hometown, or to help them relocate to an area more receptive to their governing mindset. Business Insider created… Read more »

Salt: Government Mandatory Limits May Be Coming Soon

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Salt many soon be restricted in all food sold in America if the new FDA limits are imposed as planned. The Food and Drug Administration could place “mandatory limits” on salt if the voluntary measures posed to food companies do not achieve the desired results. Currently, the request by the FDA to lower sodium levels… Read more »

Rick Perry: ‘We’ll Leave To Psychologists’ If Gays Are Really Like Alcoholics

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Rick Perry, the Texas governor and prospective 2016 Republican presidential candidate, faced some heat Monday from an unlikely source over his comments last week comparing gay people to alcoholics. Perry made the comparison at a Commonwealth Club appearance in San Francisco, California, last Thursday. In those comments, Perry asserted that, both excessive alcohol consumption and… Read more »

Hillary Clinton The Teenage Years Highlighted In Dinesh D’Souza ‘America’ Film

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Hillary Clinton’s teenage years will be showcased in Dinesh D’Souza’s new documentary, America. The successful and controversial filmmaker will delve into the possible Democratic presidential candidate’s first encounters with Saul Alinsky in the film. Clinton will be played by actress Jennifer Pearson in the movie. Dinesh D’Souza’s America will show Hillary Clinton at 14 speaking… Read more »

Wendy Davis Milks The Republican Outrage Cow

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It seems like Wendy Davis, the Texas gubernatorial candidate whose political star was launched by a flamboyant filibuster last year, just can not get enough mileage out of Republican outrage. That must be it. Why else would Senator Davis speak up at an event by and for a group that Republican lawmakers have been accused… Read more »