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The Scariest New Senate Candidates of 2014jaredsxtnOct 31, 201413180
For the 2014 midterm elections, the GOP has some truly scary candidates with extreme views on women's rights, the climate, and how our government should function. Some of them proudly tout their extreme beliefs while others hide behind them, but all of them would take us a step backward should they be elected. Here are the four scariest politicians who want you to elect them to the 114th Senate.
Three Reasons The Midterm Elections Should be a Referendum on President ObamajaredsxtnOct 30, 201402284
We have seen this story play out in countless midterm elections before. Members of the party the President belongs to run as far away from him as possible and members of the opposition try to tie members of the President's party to him at every turn. It's happened before and it will happen again, but I can't help but scratch my head and wonder why it seems to be working once again this time around. It's easy to get caught up in the 'what is he doing for me now' mentality when thinking about this or any President.
pee test the dead beats too thenunitedmajorityOct 30, 20144350
Governor Walker of WI wants drug testing for anyone on government assistance, this isn't just for welfare cases, this is for people filing for unemployment as well, a fact the main stream media here keeps hid, most believe Walker's pee test is just for welfare, not for people on unemployment too. Of course I am against this, I am against any type of testing of ones body fluids, these are a persons private parts the system has no right to, but got away with it at the work place first and now wants more.
The Top 5 States Spending The Most On TV Campaign AdssbfriedmanOct 29, 201403216
Money and politics are interchangeable; a sentiment coming more and more true with every passing election. It's not pretty. Usually its downright infuriating. But it's true. He or she that can raise the most dollar bills, and insert that pile of cash into their campaign has a great chance of buying any given election. I will throw in one monkey wrench though: social media and the internet at large.
Waving The White Flag Won't Win You This Election, Mr. FoleysbfriedmanOct 28, 201403240
"Sometimes I can't believe the things you say, Tom. So let's talk about the specifics." That was a response by current Governor Dannel Malloy to his running mate (R) Tom Foley, during their CBA debate to decide the next governor for Connecticut. And I think that line sums up well the feel of this gubernatorial race.
The University of Michigan Shows us How to be Environmental HerosjaredsxtnOct 27, 201414111
What is a university supposed to do when they decide to expand its business school and a 250 year old, forty-four foot in diameter oak tree is standing in the way? Should they knock it down? Choose another area to build the expansion? Or what about uprooting the massive tree and physically moving it 500 feet to another location? Perhaps to everyone's surprise, the University of Michigan chose the latter of these three options.
Battleground Georgia: Newcomers Playing Key Role In Overall Race For Senate ControlsbfriedmanOct 24, 201403377
In a state that has been reliably red in the last decade's worth of elections, this mid term Georgia Senate race has some newcomers that can really shake things up, and give an all important tally win, either red or blue, in the battleground for overall Senate control. Historically, its true that the President's party doesn't do well in the mid-terms.
New Hampshire Should Disown Brown for Senate Before He Beats Them to ItjaredsxtnOct 23, 201413553
How difficult is it to remember what state you work in and who your current employer is? My guess is that nearly everyone in this country knows the answer to these two simple questions, but you can add Scott Brown to the list of individuals who has difficulty answering them. Brown, who is currently running for Senate in New Hampshire, recently filed a document with the Federal Election Commission stating that his current occupation is that of a Massachusetts state senator.

Latest Member Forum Threads

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The Big Bang created Godunitedmajority
Aug 2 2012 5:20 AM
Nov 1 2014 6:09 AM
Pathetic John Boehner lawsuit aginst Obama...unless...Schmidt
Jul 11 2014 9:42 PM
Mike Eproht
Nov 1 2014 3:06 AM
Thoughts on Scotty?reaganlover2
Dec 3 2013 6:29 PM
Mike Eproht
Nov 1 2014 2:14 AM
Civil unrest in Ferguson MissouriTony Johnson
Aug 14 2014 8:53 PM
Tony Johnson
Nov 1 2014 12:17 AM
Pope Fancis Declares Evolution and The Big Bang as FactualClayTaylorNC
Oct 28 2014 9:43 PM
Oct 31 2014 11:18 PM
With D.C. set to decriminalize marijuana, Schedule I looks even more silly, no?sbfriedman
Oct 25 2013 4:58 PM
Oct 31 2014 10:47 PM
Unmanned NASA Rocket Explodes On Lift-Off, Carrying 5,000 tons of suppliessbfriedman
Oct 28 2014 7:33 PM
Oct 31 2014 6:03 PM
Substitute TeacherTony Johnson
Oct 30 2014 11:29 PM
Tony Johnson
Oct 31 2014 3:28 PM
Boehner blames Obama for not passing immigration reformSchmidt
Apr 29 2014 7:01 PM
Mike Eproht
Oct 31 2014 3:29 AM
Apple's CEO Reminds Us That Coming Out As Gay Is Still Importantsbfriedman
Oct 30 2014 7:19 PM
Oct 30 2014 7:46 PM

Latest Obama Administration Accomplishments Added

09/05/14Senior Al-Shabaab leader Ahmed Godane killed in Somalia by U.S. airstrikeTerrorismCombating Terrorism
2014 SEPBroad Coalition of Middle-Eastern countries conduct military campaign against ISIS inside of SyriaTerrorismCombating Terrorism
02/19/14International Trade Data System created to streamline small business Export/Import processBusiness & EconomySmall Businesses
02/12/14Minimum wage for Federal Contractors raised to $10.10 per hour.Minimum WageWorkers
02/07/14Agriculture Act of 2014 signed into lawAgriculture Act of 2014
10/17/13Federal Government reopens after 16 day shutdownGovernment ShutdownWorkers
09/27/13President Obama and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani have first formal communication between the two nations in 35 yearsInternational Relations
09/14/13Syria agrees to dismantle chemical weapons stockpile after deal reached between the Obama Administration and RussiaTreaties & Agreements
06/26/13Defense of Marriage Act ruled unconstitutional by Supreme CourtCivil & Human RightsLGBT
01/02/13American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012 signed into lawAmerican Taxpayer Relief Act of 20...

Latest Conservative Lies Added

StartedRepeated LieAboutQuotes (SORT)
2014 AUGPresident Obama Vacations More Than Other Modern PresidentsBarack Obama0
Fox News and other conservative media outlets claim that President Obama takes too much vacation and takes more days off than his most recent predecessors. In actuality, President Obama has taken far fewer vacation days than any recent President.
2014 JUNPresident Obama Declare Terrorist Threat ‘Gone’Terrorism & Barack Obama0
Republicans are claiming that President Obama has said the terrorist threat in America is 'gone.' In fact, President Obama has never once claimed that the terrorist threat is gone and has actually spoken more about the rising threat of terrorism from Al-Qaeda and other terrorist groups.
04/16/14The Census is Being Manipulated to Skew Obamacare Numbers Obamacare (Affordable Care Act)0
President Obama's critics are claiming that the Census Bureau has changed its annual survey's questions to determine the amount of individuals who have health care coverage so the Obama Administration will be able to report that more American's have health coverage than actually do. The truth of the matter is that the new questions were developed during the Bush Administration, well before Obamacare became law, and are intended to provide a more accurate number of the amount of individuals who have health insurance coverage.
2013Small Businesses Dropping Majority of Employees Due to ACAObamacare (Affordable Care Act)0
Republicans are falsely claiming the Affordable Care Act has forced upwards of 75 percent of small business owners to fire employees or to cut their hours so they won't have to pay for health insurance coverage. In actuality, only 17 percent of businesses have notified their employees that there will be layoffs or their hours will be cut.
2013 DECMedicare application is used to create a gun registryMedicare, Gun Control & NRA0
The NRA and other pro gun advocates are falsely claiming that the application for Medicare asks individuals to disclose how many guns they own so they can make a gun registry. The fact of the matter is that there is no question on Medicare's application which asks about gun ownership and there never has been.
11/27/13President Obama Closed The Vatican Embassy Vatican City, Barack Obama, Republican Party & Italy0
Conservatives are claiming that President Obama has closed down the American embassy in the Vatican. In actuality, there are no embassies from any country within the Vatican, because the county is too small. The Obama Administration has decided to move out of our current embassy in Rome and relocate to the same compound as the American embassy to Italy. It will be located in a separate building within the compound and will have its own separate entrance.
11/19/13Obama Omitted "Under God" From Gettysburg Address RecitationBarack Obama0
Republicans are up in arms after President Obama didn't say "under God" while participating in a taping of the Gettysburg Address for filmmaker Ken Burns. In actuality, the original version of the Gettysburg Address did not contain those words and President Obama was reading from the copy that Mr. Burns provided for the President to read.
2013 NOVMedicaid Expansion Will Bankrupt StatesMedicaid & Obamacare (Affordable Care Act)0
Many Republican states have claimed they rejected Medicaid expansion because it would have bankrupted their state. In actuality, multiple independent economic experts insist that expanding Medicaid will be very favorable to the states because of the out sized role the Federal Government plays and also the savings that states will realize by not using other vital resources on their uninsured citizens.

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