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One of the most dreadful sayings in Republican-bashing politics is the idea that blacks voting for the Republicans "is like a chicken voting for Colonel Sanders."...The other night I met a gay man, happened to be a gay man who was talking about how
Hitting the campaign trail, Michelle Obama and Ann Romney scored a feature in the November 2012 issue of Good Housekeeping magazine. Both sporting a gorgeous shade of gold, the wives happily posed for the spread while opening up about their husband's
President Barack Obama will be filling those upcoming vacancies on the Supreme Court, perhaps with unemployed Chicago aldermen, thank you very much...That's the song my wily broadcast partner Jake Hartford was playing on WLS-AM on Friday, where we're
I don\'t have the exact statements put out by each side, but as a service to our democracy I\'ll paraphrase them for you below. \n\n The Romney camp fired the first shot. \"Barack Obama is the most compelling public speaker since Abraham Lincoln.
Steve Krakauer is a senior digital producer for CNN/U.S. (CNN) -- "Saturday Night Live" had some fun recently at the expense of undecided voters. Bill Maher took it a step further on his HBO show "Real Time," calling those who have yet to make up
Scott Brown 'Regrets' Racist Behavior of His Staff, But Won't Acknowledge His Own Senator Brown has spoken to his entire staff including the individuals involved in this unacceptable behavior and issued them their one and only warning that this type
FoxNews.com President Obama recently sat down for an interview with newly appointed "Today" host Savannah Guthrie, which aired on the ailing NBC morning show on Tuesday. They discussed the teachers' strikes in his hometown of Chicago for a series she
FoxNews.com Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid lashed out at Mitt Romney's faith during a conference call with reporters, saying he is not the face of Mormonism and suggesting he has tarnished the religion. Reid, a Democrat and the highest-ranking
The progressive movement in the U.S. has been the most intolerant towards Mitt Romney's religion. Over the past few weeks several articles have emerged demonizing the GOP nominee's religion and myths about Mormonism.
Ann Romney has adopted a more pointed tone on the campaign trail, as her tales of raising children with her husband, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney, are more frequently becoming peppered with overt political jabs. Mrs. Romney had a