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Political Wrestling Federation

Back in 2000 when WWE was still riding high on the ebb of the Attitude Era, I had an idea for a great television show called the Political Wrestling Federation. 689 more words

How Barack Obama spends his leisure time is the least of our worries

I don’t know if it’s a longstanding American tradition to waste political discussion on topics that really don’t matter, but in the last decade or so, we seem to have really honed this skill: 782 more words


Indonesian Presidential candidate Prabowo accuses 'The Jakarta Post' undemocratic, jerk

Erik Purnama Putra

PRESIDENTIAL candidate of the Red and White Coalition Prabowo Subianto opened interview with foreign media at the Freedom Institute, Monday (14/7). The Hatta Rajasa pair was accidentally opened the debriefing room for foreign media after the declaration event of a permanent coalition of Red and White at the Proclamation Monument in Central Jakarta. 327 more words


Insanity of Partisan Dogma

In a supposed more enlightened era of Human existence, one would like to think that we would be battling old ideas of dogma. Sadly, we’re falling into new and more sophisticated dogmatic traps as we live. 478 more words


Integrity - Fearless - Ethical and Protecting the People - Ken Bennett Orders probe of Tom Horne, a fellow Republican powerhouse in Arizona

Here is the link to the story where Secretary of State orders probe of Tom Horne – a powerful and influential Republican in Arizona and who may have broken the election laws. 7 more words


Politics and Personal Relationships

There are lots of political commentaries on the internet these days. Political analysts going over every minute detail and looking for something that the other guy hasn’t commented on, hacks looking at each move of their party’s rivals for something to flame them over, and while I don’t promise not to do this here this blog it is going to be about something more important . 236 more words

Canadian Politics

Are open primaries a good idea? Depends on who you ask: Primary systems and polarization in light of the Mississippi Senate race

Mississippi’s Republican primary for U.S. Senate was not decided purely by Republican voters. While the specific number of “crossover” votes can be difficult to ascertain, the fact is that turnout in traditionally Democratic areas increased dramatically from the June 3 primary to the June 24 runoff (perk of all that national attention? 1,103 more words