“I almost gave up and started drawing patterns in the bubbles, but then I remembered I was voting.”
After procedural introduction of the bill, Ted Cruz (R-TX) immediately shouted, “Permission to speak freely!?” in an echoing, emotional, yet somehow guttural and primal tone.
***BREAKING*** (Washington D.C.) The Republican National Committee is openly taking responsibility for the death of front runner presidential candidate Donald Trump. Speaker of the House, Paul Ryan, immediately spoke out about the decision to kill the candidate. “We feel a loss. There’s no doubt about it,” stated Ryan. “We have hundreds of thousands – millions […]
“Indeed, it seems that poorer people, and those with some wealth and a heart, are able to scrape up money to help fund Sander’s campaign. Ironically, these people…”
it certainly appears that Presidential hopeful Donald Trump outperformed the rest of the potential candidates on Thursday night’s FOX News sponsored Republican debate. Indeed, the real…
On Monday afternoon Senator Mitch McConnell (R – AL) had to make the tough decision of aborting a bill that he himself had co-sponsored. The bill, S.1881, would have effectively ended…
On a day when another mass shooting took place in the U.S., Congress has finally taken action on gun control. With a shocking number of Republican Party supporters, the new law has been enacted immediately. The late night D.C. vote came after very heated discussion and countless emotional speeches. One of the more notable individuals […]
Today, the polling organization Gallup announced that President Barack Obama has officially uttered the phrase “let me be clear,” for the 1,000th time in a televised speech. Gallup Poll, which is known for their unbiased, informative polls is now facing criticism from many on the left for even monitoring such a fact. Keith Olbermann took […]
“We need to seriously reduce the amount of plastic-related deaths in Lexington,” Connor said.
The Lexington ban will leave ‘breathable’ paper bags as the only option for local residents. Restrictions on bags include all sizes of plastic trash/garbage bags, clear Ziplock bags, slider grip bags, and, – at Connors request – laboratory mini-grip re-sealing bags and specimen transportation bags.