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You know, every primary it gets better – we love Chuck Todd and his skills with the stylus.  Last night he even started our new favorite word “primacaucus” – yes, we’re nerds.  A little Chuck Todd action: (more…)

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We know, it’s Thursday, super Tuesday is old news. We decided to take Wednesday to see how the hot air blew around the punditry. We’ve got a full run down after the jump- including Willard dropping out of the race. (more…)

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In his column today He cuts right to the crux of the issue with the Clinton camp and their low brow gratuitous attacks on Obama. He dared to try to overshadow their legacy. What they fail to mention is their real legacy – TANF, Hillarycare, NAFTA, don’t ask don’t tell, defense of marriage act, the Iraq vote, the Iran vote. No wonder they have to dig so far into Obama’s past he wasn’t even an adult yet. We hope the Obama camp takes it right to them. They aren’t entitled, and they should be challenged.

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Whether you thought the choke up heard around the world was calculated or not, Hillary’s performance on Meet The Press should leave no doubt in your mind that the sexism debate surrounding her recently was at least partially calculated. After making remarks that seemed to insinuate that LBJ had more to do with civil rights then Martin Luther King, Hillary found the criticism of these remarks to be “unfair”. Spare us. (more…)

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I didn’t plan to use my debut post talking about the presidential campaign. Certainly not talking about Hillary Clinton. But as a young woman, I feel that someone has to comment. The headline isn’t misleading or designed to get reads- its real: Feminism is dead and Hillary Clinton proves that. I’ll explain below. (more…)

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Forgetting for a moment the overall class-less, degrading, internationally embarrassing freak show that has been our now two year election cycle that’s taken over our lives every other day of the week, we really take issue with it interfering with our holidays. Especially when it’s Mike Huckabee interfering. His new ad in his ongoing campaign for Pope makes it hard for us to keep our egg nog down:

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Efforts Across the country to move away from the electoral college model, and allow the popular vote only to elect the president are moving forward. The National Popular Vote Plan passed the New Jersey State Assembly on Monday, and actions are also going forward in Illinois according to the Hill and local New Jersey news. (more…)

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