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All Hell Breaks Loose On Speaker Boehner’s Facebook

All Hell Breaks Loose On Speaker Boehner’s Facebook

Post by Speaker John Boehner.     All hell breaks loose on Speaker Boehner’s Facebook page after he posted a link to an article promising to “work to protect the ‪#‎Constitution‬ of the United States. Period.” The article, and included video, is Boehner’s half-witted response to the President’s recent actions on immigration. In it Boehner […]

Nancy Pelosi Trolls John Boehner On His 65th Birthday

Today marks the 65th birthday of Speaker of the House John Boehner, and on this very special occasion House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi sent her well-wishes to the Speaker via Twitter. Happy 65th Birthday, @SpeakerBoehner! Welcome to Medicare and Social Security! — Nancy Pelosi (@NancyPelosi) November 17, 2014 Pelosi got in a dig about Boehner […]

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#Adult Film Stars Slam Ted Cruz – VIDEO

Funny or Die has released a hilarious clip using #adult stars to explain net neutrality. Alex Chance, Mercedes Carrera, and Nadia Styles explain how the rule changes hoped for by internet providers would slow down some websites. As Carrera explains: “Without net neutrality, Internet service providers could create special fast lanes for content providers willing […]

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Megyn Kelly Drops The F-Bomb – VIDEO

Here’s a very quick comedic break today in the midst of all the insane news coverage since the mid-terms. Check out the video, below, and watch as Megyn Kelly drops an accidental F-bomb while introducing  Mike Huckabee  on Monday night: “Joining me now, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee, who is the host of F**ka– ah, […]

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FLASHBACK: Roseanne Lays The Smackdown On A Lawmaker Who Doesn’t Understand Working People

Roseanne Barre owns a state representative on fair wages, taxes, labor rights, and plight of the middle class due to corporate greed. When this was first broadcast, Roseanne was a household name. And she wasn’t afraid to take on what were perceived at the time to be taboo things to talk about. Unions, working people, […]

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