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Rand Paul Rigs Game In Kentucky And Should Drop Out Of Presidential Race

By on Aug 24, 2015 | 2 comments

In case you missed it, Rand Paul won a major state level, insider politics battle on Saturday within the Kentucky Republican Party. After striking out in his attempt earlier this year to change a Kentucky law that prohibits the same person being on the ballot for two different offices, Dr. Paul changed tactics and staged a campaign of pressure politics to get the Kentucky Republican Party to hold a caucus in March rather than the traditional May primary for the 2016 election. This will be the first time in Kentucky history that the party has ever done so. The change over from a primary to a caucus system is expected to cost the state GOP between $400,000 – $600,000. Dealing with obvious concerns over spending the extra funds from many inside the party Rand Paul subsequently promised to raise and deliver at least $250,000 to the Kentucky GOP by September 18th. After a long...

14 Podcasts That Will Make You Think

By on Aug 19, 2015 | 2 comments

  Podcasts are slowly taking over. Talk radio, while still broadcasting live and over terrestrial airwaves, has finally begun to embrace it. Only a few short years ago paid subscriptions were required to listen to your favorite news/talk shows on demand and podcasts seemed the poorly produced bastard brother. Now, after years of pioneers like Adam Carolla perfecting the podcast model into a viable business, everyone is uploading their shows onto the easily accessed and free format. Really, everyone. As the ease with which getting podcast content out to the public has gotten easier, it’s also made finding ones truly worth listening to more difficult to find, and a well-versed list of great ones that much more valuable. While others may pack their lists with podcasts that lean to the left (sometimes hard) and make you promises that their podcast suggestions will make you smarter,...

The Culture of Evil: How Funny Or Die Defends Planned Parenthood

By on Aug 13, 2015 | 1 comment

Update: On Saturday, August 22nd, hundreds of planned peaceful protests will be held across the U.S. at Planned Parenthood locations. If you would like to show your support for the #DefundPP and #ProtestPP cause you can find a protest location near you by going to the ProtestPP website.   Amid the noise of news and politics this week, a sixth video exposing Planned Parenthood and “tissue procurement” firm StemExpress was released by The Center for Medical Progress. In this newest video, C.M.P. speaks in depth with a former StemExpress employee, Holly O’Donnell, about her experiences as a Blood and Tissue Procurement Technician working inside Planned Parenthood. The thrust of this video, beyond the PTSD-inducing horrors Ms. O’Donnell witnessed on a regular basis while working for StemExpress, is that she also states that she knew without doubt that many of the women whose aborted...

The Only ‘5 Things’ You Need To Read Before The GOP Debate

By on Aug 6, 2015 | 1 comment

Everybody’s doing it, so why can’t we? And so, without further ado or fluff, here are the five things you MUST do before tonight’s Republican debate: 1. Have your Drinking Game Rules planned out…or not. The key to a good drinking game is, well, alcohol of course. But word choice is also key. Compiling your list of drink words and phrases should be considered carefully. If you put something like “Common Sense” on your list, you may very well be under the table before the second round of questions. If that’s the goal and the only way you’re going to make it through the debate, then may I suggest foregoing any structure and just tying one off as quickly as possible. 2. Unmute “Trump” We’ve all been tempted to utilize Twitter’s Mute button for the truly annoying things filling up our timelines but, while it’s...

GMOs & An Answer For The D.A.R.K. Cause

By on Jul 28, 2015 | 2 comments

Finally, the anti-GMO crowd seems to be getting the set down they’ve sorely needed for awhile now. In response to a push in recent years by the Natural food industry and a segment of the easily led public that has caused several states to take up the issue at the ballot box, the House of Representatives passed the Safe and Accurate Food Labeling Act last week. The act would keep states from requiring labeling on foodstuffs containing ingredients that have been genetically modified. Those pushing for GMO labeling have termed such a measure the “Denying Americans the Right to Know”, or DARK act. These groups have been peddling this nonsense for years: That foods containing genetically modified organisms need to be labeled as having them. They’ve even won GMO labeling initiatives in three northeastern states: Connecticut, Vermont & Maine. However, they...