It’s been two years since marijuana has been legal in Colorado and things are freaking great!

Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper predicted disaster when Colorado decided to legalize recreational pot: “I think our entire state will pay the price,” Hickenlooper said. “Colorado is known for many great things – marijuana should not be one of them.” Douglas County Sheriff David Weaver predicted more crime, because people who get high commit more crimes I guess: [Read More…]

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Proposed bill in SC compares same-sex marriage to mandatory sterilization and internment camps.

Lawmakers in South Carolina have filed a bill that will accomplish nothing of substance, but it will let them vent their ridiculous opinions: An anti-gay marriage bill filed in South Carolina last month compares the Supreme Court’s Obergefell v. Hodges decision that declared marriage a constitutional right for same-sex couples to previous Supreme Court decisions [Read More…]

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Marco Rubio’s latest ad goes full Jesus.

And I mean full Jesus — there’s literally nothing else in it.  No policies, no ideas for improving the country, just Jesus.  At least he knows his audience, and he’s speaking to them.  He’s telling them he knows they care less about substance and solutions than about whether Rubio believes that the same guy rose [Read More…]

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Colorado Republican calls for the execution of the judge who ruled against the Hammonds in Oregon.

Meet Andy Holt, a state rep out of Tennessee (you can guess his political affiliation): Holt previously made headlines for a July op-ed in which he called Nathan Bedford Forrest, the first Grand Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, “one of the South’s first civil rights leaders.” He’s a winner, and he tweeted his support [Read More…]

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Obama wants less than Reagan/Bush on gun control, gives gun owners/NRA what they claim to want, they’re still upset.

Today Obama officially unveiled his executive orders regarding gun control: The executive actions — first previewed by the White House on Monday — would attempt to clamp down on unlicensed gun sellers who exploit an exception for hobbyists and collectors in order to avoid having to run criminal background checks on gun purchasers. Many of [Read More…]

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California bill would have politicians wearing logos from their top 10 supporters.

A San Francisco businessman by the name of John Cox has submitted a bill that would have legislators wearing logos from which companies finance their political careers: You can tell who sponsors NASCAR drivers by the patches on their jumpsuits. So why not do the same for politicians? That’s the idea behind California entrepreneur John [Read More…]

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George Pataki stops trying to run for president.

In other news, George Pataki was trying to get the Republican nomination: Former New York Gov. George Pataki announced he is ending his 2016 presidential campaign in a message to GOP voters that aired on NBC News affiliates in the early primary states of New Hampshire, Iowa and South Carolina. “While tonight is the end [Read More…]

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State department says it brought peace and security to Syria in 2015.

John Kirby, the spokesman for the state department, has a blog post up about things the state department has accomplished in 2015.  One of them in particular leaped out at me: Bringing peace and security to Syria?  Like…the same Syria from which refugees are fleeing in droves to other countries for the sake of their [Read More…]

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Rand Paul threatens to boycott the next debate if he’s relegated to the undercard event.

Fox released their criteria for getting into the prime time slot for the next GOP debate.  It’s not looking good for Rand Paul: Tuesday evening, Fox Business Network announced its criteria for the main stage: a candidate must placed in the top six in the average of the last five national polls; the top five [Read More…]

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Arizona rep who thinks the earth is 6,000 years old now chairwoman of the state education panel.

Meet Arizona State Senator Sylvia Allen, who is known primarily for saying the earth is 6,000 years old: This person is responsible for making laws. But that’s not all!  The Arizona State Senate was discussing a concealed carry law back in March when Allen found a way to introduce the idea of mandatory church attendance as a remedy to [Read More…]

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