A North Carolina jury found former Senator, Vice Presidential, and Presidential candidate John Edwards guilty of being wealthy, liberal, and handsome. Published May 31 2012
A trader at JP Morgan lost $2 billion. Government officials are arguing over how to prevent this from reoccurring. The solution is simple. Published May 30 2012
Mitt Romney won the Texas GOP Primary and clinched the Republican nomination. Some Texas Congressman was soundly rejected by those who knew him best. Published May 29 2012
Lady Gaga is now relevant. She has preached for tolerance and against bullying. Now she is being bullied, and people should defend her. Published May 28 2012
On this Memorial Day, we should all remember those who gave their lives to preserve American freedom. May God bless the families of the fallen now and forever. Published May 28 2012
Social networks are recreation for the young. Businesses require paying customers. Published May 25 2012
The left is still attacking Mitt Romney and Bain Capital, although some Democrats are getting nervous. The truth is most of the liberal critics still have no idea what Bain Capital actually does. Published May 23 2012
Mitt Romney easily won primaries in Kentucky and Arkansas. The surprise of the night was that President Obama struggled. The also rans also ran. Published May 22 2012
Elizabeth Warren and Jehmue Greene exemplify left-wing bigotry. Their fake cries of racism and sexism demean humans everywhere. Published May 21 2012
White House spokesman Jay Carney admits that Syria is defying America. Obama's solution is to surrender. There is another option. Published May 20 2012
Wisconsin's recall fight is about more than an election. It is about the rule of law. Published May 16 2012
The Wisconsin GOP held its 2012 state convention in Green Bay. Between Scott Walker, Rebecca Kleefisch, Paul Ryan, and great Senate candidates, the Packers had competition in the rock star department. Published May 15 2012
Ron Paul announces that he's dropping out of the race. Or not. Published May 14 2012
President Obama recently introduced the world to his media creation Julia. She told his version of her story, but now she tells her real story. Published May 10 2012
President Obama came out in support of gay marriage. Whichever side of the issue you are on, his announcement does not matter. It was a non-event. Published May 9 2012
GOP primaries in North Carolina, Indiana, and West Virginia saw Mitt Romney all but cement the presidential nomination. Senator Dick Lugar was ousted after 36 years while Ron Paul was elected King of Paulistan. Published May 8 2012
Socialist Francois Hollande defeated Nicolas Sarkozy to become the last President of France. Mr. Hollande's vow to raise taxes and hire more public sector workers will be France's final surrender. Published May 7 2012
Happy Cinco De Mayo Kentucky Derby Jewish Sabbath Day. Today is a day for various cultures to enjoy sports, religion, excessive alcohol consumption, great music, and very large hats. Ole and Shalom Y'all! Published May 4 2012
With the 2012 election six months away, an early Electoral College analysis provides a tight race to 270 electoral votes. Between President Obama and Governor Romney, here is the first prediction. Published May 4 2012
San Diego Chargers defensive standout Junior Seau took his own life at age 43. Many people grieved over the NFL star, but nobody had answers. The main question amidst the tragedy was...why? Published May 3 2012
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