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Do You Support Obama? Or Are You Bashing Him Days Before The Election? We Win With Solidarity

Do You Support Obama? Or Are You Bashing Him Days Before The Election? We Win With Solidarity

We are in battle with one of the worst Republican parties many have seen in a lifetime. Yet some Democrats/Liberals are choosing to step on each other, when we need solidarity more than ever. The Republicans have continuously and blatantly tried to obstruct President Obama from moving this country forward. It seems the GOP’s primary […]

Two-Faced Republicans: Their Flip-Flops Since Obama Took Office

Republicans have a long history of supporting a policy for decades and then opposing the very same program later on for a variety of excuses.  In this article we explore just a few of the major flip flops of the GOP since President Obama took office. Abortion: Believe it or not there have always been […]

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Ted Cruz: Apple CEO Being Gay ‘A Personal Choice’ But He Still Loves His iPhone

In a Thursday morning interview with CNBC, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) put his two cents in regarding Apple CEO Tim Cook’s decision to come out as gay in a piece penned for Bloomberg Businessweek, referring to it as a “personal choice.” As part of a larger discussion about the Republican Party and social issues, The […]

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The Midterm Election Nightmare Scenario

You wake up on November 5 to find out that Republicans have gained control of the Senate. The midterm election is over and everything you care about, everything you believe in is now at risk. Those mysterious dark money super PACS are going to have their way with this country and there is nothing you […]

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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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