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The symbol on my Back Button has worn off. It’s not because my computer is old, nor is it because I’m a terrible typist. No, it’s because I’m indecisive and constantly self-correcting. Am I blustering? Of course; if ...
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Rageboners Are Fully Torqued

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The symbol on my Back Button has worn off. It’s not because my computer is old, nor is it because I’m a terrible typist. No, it’s because I’m indecisive and constantly self-correcting. Am I blustering? Of course; if Justin Trudeau can, why can’t I? However, the need to be self-correcting stems from my inherent stupidity. [&helli
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It’s time for everyone’s favorite game, “Hey, Remember Congress?”!! That’s when we put aside the fact that our attention spans have been bore-sighted on the nonstop campaign shitshow and instead spend about 90 ...
It's the New Game Craze Sweeping the Nation!

Hey, Remember Congress?

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It’s time for everyone’s favorite game, “Hey, Remember Congress?”!! That’s when we put aside the fact that our attention spans have been bore-sighted on the nonstop campaign shitshow and instead spend about 90 seconds thinking about the people we already elected and have been paying upwards of $175,000 a year to represent us. Th
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Is abortion the only issue where both sides of the argument claim to be pro? With capital punishment, you're pro or anti. Gun control? Pro or anti. Same-sex marriage? Pro or anti. But when it comes to abortion, you’re ...
What Year Is This Again?

Abortion Rights: Back to the Future

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Is abortion the only issue where both sides of the argument claim to be pro? With capital punishment, you’re pro or anti. Gun control? Pro or anti. Same-sex marriage? Pro or anti. But when it comes to abortion, you’re pro-choice or pro-life. It’s easy to see why both sides pick those terms — it’s easier [&hellip
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No, this isn’t my belated presidential campaign announcement. As a close observer of the U.S. political process, I’d rather wake up with my head sewn to the carpet than willingly subject myself to that nonsense. What ...
Cuz This Ain't The Inspirational Federal Bureaucracy I Was Promised

When I Am Queen of Everything: I’m Moving To The West Wing

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No, this isn’t my belated presidential campaign announcement. As a close observer of the U.S. political process, I’d rather wake up with my head sewn to the carpet than willingly subject myself to that nonsense. What I’m saying is that I’m over it. Done. Finito. Can’t take it no more. There is just too much [&hellip
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From forgetting to re-new his JebBush.com domain name to tone deaf tweets about handguns, Jeb Bush and his campaign team can't seem to do anything right. Meanwhile, the left and right are battling over nominating a ...
Drink Along, America

Episode 20: Jeb Bush’s America, Antonin Scalia, the Sad State of Twitter

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From forgetting to re-new his JebBush.com domain name to tone deaf tweets about handguns, Jeb Bush and his campaign team can’t seem to do anything right. Meanwhile, the left and right are battling over nominating a replacement for Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court, and Twitter is in trouble. So much Jackassery. And yet… a [&
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A behemoth in the field of jurisprudence and an ardent originalist has died. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died this past weekend while on a hunting trip. Those who knew and liked him, of whom there were many, said he ...
Applesauce and Mere Factual Evidence

The Constitution is Dead. Long Live The Constitution.  

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A behemoth in the field of jurisprudence and an ardent originalist has died. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died this past weekend while on a hunting trip. Those who knew and liked him, of whom there were many, said he was exactly where he wanted to be — that the only other ways he would [&hellip
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This weekend Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died at the age of 79, after a long, illustrious career of keeping women in their place. Needless to say I have no tears to shed, but goddamn if this doesn’t muck up the ...
Thanks Scalia

Even in Death

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This weekend Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia died at the age of 79, after a long, illustrious career of keeping women in their place. Needless to say I have no tears to shed, but goddamn if this doesn’t muck up the already terrible train wreck that is the presidential election. Scalia is dead, and his [&hellip
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As we slowly creep toward the 2016 Presidential election, a lot of “folks” are talking about how they don’t trust elected officials. “Washington” and “career politicians” have the same negative connotations as ...
And How You Can Change That Travesty

Why Your Vote Doesn’t Matter

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As we slowly creep toward the 2016 Presidential election, a lot of “folks” are talking about how they don’t trust elected officials. “Washington” and “career politicians” have the same negative connotations as “executioner” and “pedophile.” For that reason many people are turning to the likes of Donald Trump, who has
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The past week was a busy one for the United States Supreme Court, which handed down rulings on several cases, while refusing to hear a closely-watched software copyright case between Oracle and Google. Two decisions, in ...
A Sobering Reality

The Long Fight Ahead

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The past week was a busy one for the United States Supreme Court, which handed down rulings on several cases, while refusing to hear a closely-watched software copyright case between Oracle and Google. Two decisions, in particular — the Court’s 6-3 decision on King v. Burwell, which upheld the legality of an important part of
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