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What Ted Cruz has in common with Britney Spears

When Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) speaks to crowds, he doesn’t stand still, pacing around stages and ballrooms, gesticulating wildly in an effort to connect with audiences. Sometimes his speeches have the feel of a megachurch sermon, other times a TED Talk. But it turns out pacing has another benefit: He’s able to rack up steps on […]

Mexico Maintains Strong Voter ID Laws and Yet WE’RE the Racists?

Increasingly, Americans who stand against the consequences of illegal immigration are called racists. Don’t want illegals swaying the national vote? You are, according to the left, a virulent bigot. But

Ohio’s Congressmen Need A Whaaambulance

Native Alaskans are getting back that which was taken from them, and Ohio’s congressmen are howling about it. The citizens of Alaska in general and the natives of Alaska in particular have finally received the justice long denied them. President Barack Obama is undoing the ethnic insult that took place when Alaska’s Mount Denali had [...]Show More Summary

Don't Copy the Language of the Copyright Cartels

Rick Falkvinge, TorrentFreak: The copyright industry has consistently used the word "content" for anything creative. Just like most other things the copyright industry does, there's a thought behind the choice of wording -- a choiceShow More Summary

The Next War: The War on Names

Denali On Sunday, the eve of his historic trip to Alaska and the Arctic, President Barack Obama announced that his administration would rename North America’s tallest mountain Mount McKinley as “Denali.” The original name of our highest peak, Denali, is a name given it by the Alaskan native people which stands for “the high one” [...]Show More Summary

Why moderates are needed in Congress

Moderates are a vanishing breed on the edge of extinction in Congress. Moderates face electoral challenges not only from the opposing party but from within their own party as well. What have they done to incur the wrath of those inside their parties? They made the choice to cross party lines from time to time [...]Show More Summary

How NOT To Be Hired

A résumé is supposed to help one get a job. Some job applicants act as if the opposite were true. Ready to LOL? One job applicant decided to literally LOL, as cited in the Forbes article “The Most Outlandish Resume Mistakes of 2012“. Unless you’re applying for a job at a pizzeria, your résumé objective [...] The post How NOT To Be Hired appeared first on The Moderate Voice.

Quentin Tarantino: Obama 'Favorite President…of My Lifetime'

Quentin Tarantino is one of the most famous and successful writers and directors in Hollywood, his unconventional films often becoming cult classics – Reservoir Dogs, Kill Bill Volumes 1, 2 and 3, Pulp Fiction, Natural Born Killers, etc. Show More Summary

Campaign Says Scott Walker Not Advocating Canada Border Wall

Scott Walker's suggestion that building a wall between Canada and the U.S. might be a "legitimate" idea prompted swift derision from fellow Republicans on Monday and an attempt by his campaign to clarify what he meant.

Hillary Clinton Sides With Liberals on Anti-Lobbying Bill

Hillary Clinton on Monday endorsed a lobbying regulation proposal beloved by the Democratic left, marking a significant win for progressive groups as they seek to shape the Democratic presidential primary. Introduced by Wisconsin Sen. Show More Summary

Why the War on Terror is Failing

A well-done article in the New York Times reminds us that four years after the United States assassinated American citizen and Muslim cleric Anwar al-Awlaki (and his teenage son) in a drone strike, his influence on jihadists is greater than ever. Show More Summary

Immigration wars: Bush fires back at Trump

Donald Trump is using some creative editing to take a fresh shot at Jeb Bush for his support for immigration reforms.


1) The other day, Donald Trump had a lady from the audience come up and pull on his hair, to confirm that it was real. This was charming, refreshing, un-politician-y — Trump at this best, I think. I had a memory of Walter Mondale. He...Show More Summary

Chuck Todd Asks Leftist Salon Columnist About Racial ‘Education’ of ‘White America’

In an interview with left-wing Salon columnist D. Watkins for Sunday’s Meet the Press web-based feature Press Pass, moderator Chuck Todd lobbed one softball after another to the controversial commentator. Todd began: “...there is an education that's happening, I think, in white America. Show More Summary

Bernie Sanders Wouldn’t End Obama’s Drone Program, Promises To Use It ‘Very Selectively’

With such controversy surrounding the current drone program, any future president will have to decide what role, if any, drone attacks should play in counterterror operations. The post Bernie Sanders Wouldn’t End Obama’s Drone Program, Promises To Use It ‘Very Selectively’ appeared first on ThinkProgress.

O’Malley furniture purchases from governor’s mansion draw scrutiny

A decision by former Maryland governor Martin O’Malley to purchase furniture from the governor’s mansion is creating some headaches back home -- including criticism from his Republican successor -- as he campaigns for the Democratic presidential nomination. When O’Malley and his family moved out of the mansion in January, they took dozens of items with them […]

Video: Center for Medical Progress Gets a Taste of Their Own Medicine

YouTube Here's what happens when you selectively edit a video to fit your agenda. #StandWithPP

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