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The Fireball Series: Time to Go Old School, Part 1

Time to Go Old School: Obliterating the Financial and Academic Crisis that Brings Down College Students
PART I ~ Identifying the Problem

It’s a secret dream that I’ve harbored for several years now: I would love to become an official politician someday, and work my way up the ladder of elected offices, starting perhaps with representing my hometown’s city council. 1,160 more words


"Doc Fix" Heading to the President

Last night, the United States Senate passed the legislation to amend the “doc fix.”

This bipartisan, bicameral legislation is now heading to the White House… 240 more words


Governor LePage Introduces Welfare Reform

The LePage Administration has sent out a media advisory announcing that the Governor, along with Commissioner Mayhew, Senate President Thibodeau, and House Republican Leader Fredette, will hold a news conference Monday April 6th at 1 pm where they will announce the Governor’s plan to reform welfare.   93 more words


Clumsy, Emily, Clumsy

In another clumsy move from Emily Ican’tfunctionintherealworldsoI’lljustrunforCongressagain Cain, the erstwhile Democrat immediately falsely accused the Republican balanced budget proposal, passed by the House, of hurting seniors. 149 more words



In the latest engagement of Justin Alfond’s Traveling Carnival of Democrat Oddities, Novelties, and Behaviors Bizarre, the former Senate President is demanding that a House leader be sanctioned for criticizing the President of the United States so that the Senate can “move on”. 554 more words


Gov. LePage's Wrong Answer in Drug Talk

This morning, I was in the midst of my usual routine, which included driving on the road, and of course I was attentively tuned in to WGAN.  763 more words