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Miles of Aisles of Dissent

Recently, the Pew Research Center reported that the number of Americans with a “highly negative” view of the opposing party has more than doubled in the last 20 years. Americans hate one another more than ever, it seems. And we’re always finding new platforms to express it! Which, presumably, is part of the problem. Obstructionist … Continue reading

The Week in Politics

MAKING HISTORY Everything you need to know about last week’s politics for this week’s cocktail party. History was made and celebrated this week and we’re going to tell you the important parts. First, there was panic this week in Los Angeles, causing residents to flood 911 switchboards in record-setting numbers. It was due to a … Continue reading

The Week in Politics

BACHMANN’S SEAT Jim Read is a political science professor, an author, a Democrat, and he’s running for space/time traveler Michele’s Bachmann’s seat in the 6th District of Minnesota (after many years of running from it). He’s also a follower of Lester & Charlie’s weekly poll. So, when he quietly asked Lester & Charlie to tell … Continue reading

The Week in Politics

IT TAKES A VILLAGE This week, Ann Coulter set the record straight (in her mind) when she declared that “I used to think everything was about sex, now I realize everything is about immigration.” FOX News got all literary on us while covering a spelling bee, Louisiana’s legislature (state) wants to make the Bible (church) … Continue reading

Let’s Show Some Twitter Power

UPDATE, March 20, 2014: Wells Fargo is back to their old tricks. They lived up to some of their promises but lied about other ones. We have to get started again! Tweeting this will help and only take a second. And it will be much appreciated! Unless we get their attention again, William and his … Continue reading

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