Tag Archives: Tea Party movement

#OWS One Month Later

Today marks the official one month anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street protests. The idea was first proposed by a Canadian advocacy group that publishes the anti-consumerist magazine Adbusters initially to peacefully protest the growing income disparity and the lack … Continue reading

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In This Corner…Third Party Candidate

2012 Contender Series: Third Party Candidate In this corner… is an ongoing series looking into the viability of potential candidates for the 2012 Presidential race. Something that has yet to be seriously entertained is the possibility of a third party candidate … Continue reading

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Intimidation Nation

What is it about Tea Party Republicans? These are the same people who turned town hall meetings into near-riots throughout 2009. They are the ones who were big on carrying guns to political rallies. They fantasized about armed rebellion. There … Continue reading

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In This Corner…Michele Bachmann

2012 Contender Series: Michele Bachmann (Updated January 4th: Ms. Bachmann officially withdrew from the residential race after a poor showing in the Iowa Caucus. It is expected that she will run for re-election in Minnesota once the redistricting is settled) … Continue reading

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In This Corner…Jon Huntsman

2012 Contender Series: Jon Huntsman In this corner… is an ongoing series looking into the viability of potential candidates for the 2012 Presidential race. (Updated: Huntsman officially left the race and endorsed Mitt Romney prior to the South Carolina primary) (Updated: … Continue reading

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Are Republicans “Beyond Redemption?”

That’s the suggestion of John C. Danforth, a respected Republican former Senator from Missouri and Ambassador to the U.N. during the Bush administration. Senator Danforth was responding this weekend to the news reported at Red State that Senator Richard Lugar … Continue reading

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It’s a Job Interview

When I try to get a job, I am required to go through several rounds of interviews. If I refuse one of them, odds are very slim that I’ll get hired. This makes sense. After all, interviews are an important … Continue reading

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