Category Archives: Government

Hagan’s Mississippi Money

The American Spectator has an interesting article up about the antics going on in Mississippi which highlights the group ‘Mississippi Conservatives’ giving money to Democrats. It appears a lot of money in fact and to key vulnerable Democrats. Of note in the story is NC’s biggest complainer about ‘outside’ and ‘dark’ money, Kay Hagan.

Relevant section below, but read the whole thing at American Spectator: Continue reading

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Liberals Have Forgotten Long Nightmare

Just a quick note on the IRS by Liberty Speaks: Phoney scandal, not a smidgeon of corruption, there’s nothing there-there, or my personal favorite, Republican witch hunt.   These statements have been thrown around now for over a year.  It … Continue reading

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#DM7 Article: About That Vegas Shooting Spree…

This is a reposting of my DaTechGuy Article: About That Vegas Shooting Spree


By A.P. Dillon

Another case of Right wingers on a shooting spree. Or not. Continue reading

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IRS Commish Spins On Email Retention – Flashback: All Our Work Done In Email

Over at Hot Air, they have an article up about the IRS Commissioner trying to spin email retention laws. Apparently he believes emails are not an official record. Well, yes, actually they are. Hot Air’s Ed Morrissey dissects this claim.

Meanwhile, we need to remember that Jay Carney told us ALL of their work was done in email….

KEEP READING. Continue reading

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NJ’s Booker Campaigns For Hagan In NC Church? (video)

Sounds like politics from the Pulpit at Mount Peace Baptist Church. I thought Democrats wanted religion out of politics?
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