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2 hrs ago | Lehigh Acres Gazette
It appears as if the dirty tricks and shenanigans in the Republican special congressional election down in Southwest Florida continue, as the latest Federal Elections Commission reports have come out, and Liberty and Leadership Fund has declared some very interesting expenditures.
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7 hrs ago | Ctnewsjunkie.com
Could this be the end of the road for former Gov. John G. Rowland? If once again convicted of political and financial malfeasance, will he ever be taken seriously when he's released from prison a second time? And moreover, will his legal troubles drag down Republican candidates, especially the six running for the privilege of unseating Gov. Dannel ... (more)
Rush Limbaugh is the longtime king of talk radio and since the late 1980's has been the most popular radio talk host in history.
You will be hearing a different, but familiar, voice on Rush Limbaugh's nationally syndicated radio program on Friday.
A recent article on Al Jazeera relates the results of two independent surveys covering a 20 year period, show that money is indeed "the mother's milk of politics".
Wednesday, Ed Lucas of The Economist gave a frightening account of how the Ukrainian crisis could escalate into nuclear war.
Our colleagues Ken Vogel and Mackenzie Weinger report on "the profitable alliance between the conservative movement's most aggressive groups and the most popular radio hosts": The details of the arrangements are little-known, but they have been lucrative for the recipients, and, in turn, have helped ensure that the groups get coveted airtime from ... (more)
AND NOW . . . amidst billowing clouds of fragrant, aromatic first- and second-hand premium cigar smoke.
Rick Ungar, Senior Political Contributor at Forbes, who is a regular on Fox's Saturday show, Forbes on Fox, wrote an article about Rush Limbaugh this week.
It's no surprise that Republicans are jumping on Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy's bandwagon.
WASHINGTON -- In selecting Stephen Colbert to replace David Letterman as host of the "Late Show," CBS has waged war on America's heartland -- or so proclaims that Palm Beach font of heartland mirth, Rush Limbaugh.
It's no longer The Truth. It's no longer "Right Talk for Tucson." But it is more local, and it will hope to use that local appeal to improve its standing against the nation's top talker.
CNN host Don Lemon declared that Al Sharpton was not his leader while discussing race relations with radio host Laura Ingraham on Wednesday.
What's not to like about this great story? Apparently some self-appointed nanny state-loving guardians of nutrition like Katherine Tallmadge believe that Watson set a bad example for Americans by eating there.
"This administration and our commander-in-chief doesn't like the military so they are downsizing and taking away funding to help and protect this brave and voluntary military," she decries, referring to the shootings at Fort Hood.
"I'm supposed to sit here and praise the guy who said the Taliban has a better record with women than I do? I'm supposed to praise that? I'm supposed to be bigger than that and say, 'Oh, man, what talent!' What kind of talent does it take to say that?" No, Rush.