Tag Archives: Rachel Maddow

PolitiWatch: Fred Karger (Fred Who?)

GOP candidate Fred Karger is the topic of this discussion. Herein I will lay out what information is available about Mr. Karger’s platform and a bit about his personal/public life. I will try to focus on the issues, at first, … Continue reading

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What Makes A Man?

In American culture, what makes a man? Is/are there a particular set of circumstances that make one a man? Is it behavioral or totally physical? In short, is the possession of a penis alone good enough to constitute being a … Continue reading

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A Lot of Talk About Gun Control

There’s been a lot of talk about gun control issues in the wake of the recent Tucson shootings. A lot of this seems to be the usual mix of knee-jerk reactionist thought I’ve come to expect from the mainstream media … Continue reading

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Rand Paul and the Civil Rights Act

By now you’ve probably heard about Rand Paul and his controversial comments made, among other places, on the Rachel Maddow Show on MSNBC. If you’ve not seen the interview, give the videos a watch. I’ll have a few comments after … Continue reading

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Keith Olbermann’s Response

This is Keith Olbermann’s Response to a bit Jon Stewart did on the Daily Show back in January. Very funny stuff. I do wish other pundits would take note that they, too, are over the top. (I’m looking at you, … Continue reading

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