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Bachmann: Obama 'Committed Impeachable Offenses,' Wants To Be A Dictator

Bachmann: Obama 'Committed Impeachable Offenses,' Wants To Be A Dictator
Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota suggested that the House hold hearings on impeaching the president. Bachmann said that “impeachment is the stain” on the presidency and “We can have an impeachment hearing in the House and in my mind the President has committed impeachable offenses.”
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'Four Muslim Families in San Angelo Is Four Too Many' Overheard at Tea Party

'Four Muslim Families in San Angelo Is Four Too Many' Overheard at Tea Party
Everyone needs a hobby.  For some it's Fantasy Football.  Others have exercise.  And still others have fear-mongering.  Enter the San Angelo Tea Party.  
According to Chelsea Schmid of San Angelo LIVE!, members of the San Angelo Tea Party met September 10 to
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Data Dump: the Lower a State's IQ, the Lower Its Support for Obamacare

Data Dump: the Lower a State's IQ, the Lower Its Support for Obamacare
States with predominantly undereducated, low salary workers, and thus workers who are at a greater risk of sustaining a workplace injury, thanks to the absence of labor protection, are not only the states most in need of Obamacare, but are the states most against it. The ironies abound, just don't ask these constituents to define "irony."
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CJ Werleman
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Maine Governor's Big Mouth Leaves His Re-Election on Uneven Footing

Maine Governor's Big Mouth Leaves His Re-Election on Uneven Footing
Sitting in an F-35 cockpit simulator, Gov. Paul LePage joked during a photo op this month that he wanted to bomb a Portland newspaper for its reporting on his administration. It turns out it's LePage who has a target on his back as perhaps one of the nation's most vulnerable Republican governors in the upcoming election. LePage's off-color remarks have offended opponents, galvanized supporters and fueled attacks from the Democratic congressman and independent candidate hoping to unseat him in 2014.
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Alanna Durkin
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Senator Ted Cruz Attends Immigration Rally Hosted By Proud Racist

Senator Ted Cruz Attends Immigration Rally Hosted By Proud Racist
Last Monday at a rally on Capitol Hill, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) railed against what he called the "indefensible" immigration bill that has already passed the Senate. Speaking of "indefensible," guess who organized the rally? White nationalist John Tanton, who has called black Americans a "retrograde species of humanity," and promotes racist pseudoscience that he uses to argue for eugenics.
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NC Voters Already Dissatisfied with New Governor

NC Voters Already Dissatisfied with New Governor
NC voters express extreme dissatisfaction with the Governor they elected into office just six months ago. Pat McCrory has kowtowed to the extreme right elements of his party to allow regressive legislation to pass. Tax cuts for the rich, worsening of women's health care, and economic woes loom on the horizon.
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Goin' Rogue: Tea Party Pushes Solar Power Growth in Georgia

Goin' Rogue: Tea Party Pushes Solar Power Growth in Georgia
Last week the Tea Party Patriots helped push a proposal through Georgia’s Public Service Commission that requires the state’s largest electric utility to more than double the amount of solar power it uses.
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Oil Company That Started Tea Party Now Fighting Tea Party

Oil Company That Started Tea Party Now Fighting Tea Party
Koch Oil founded the Tea Party, but the Georgia Tea Party now supports free market alternatives to oil monopolies. The Koch brothers are none too pleased with their errant offspring. Georgia Power wants to expand its use of solar energy as the price of solar goes down. Georgia's Tea Party likes the idea because it means consumers will get free-market choices. Koch Oil hates it because it cuts into their bottom line.
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State Republicans Refuse Medicaid Vote, Cost Michiganders Billions

State Republicans Refuse Medicaid Vote, Cost Michiganders Billions
Despite appeals from small businesses, health care professionals, ordinary citizens, Michigan companies and job providers — and even Gov. Rick Snyder, their party's standard-bearer — Michigan's Senate Republicans went on summer vacation and refused to vote on a plan that would help more than 400,000 Michiganders (including 7,000 veterans) get access to health care.
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McAuliffe vs Cuccinelli: Good News in the Battle Against Insanity

McAuliffe vs Cuccinelli: Good News in the Battle Against Insanity
Perhaps the most heated gubernatorial race of 2013, the campaign for Virginia's top seat certainly has its share of storylines. The campaign money reports are in for April and May, and they show that the support for Terry McAuliffe (or maybe against Ken Cuccinelli and EW Jackson) is gaining momentum. Even amongst prominent Republicans.
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