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Daily archives for April 19th, 2012

WonderDog to the Rescue

WonderDog to the Rescue

The Multnomah County elections director, Tim Scott, wasted no time on the Portland mayoral candidate Charlie Hales scam: in what has itself to be a candidate for the fastest “investigation” in County history, he concluded: “Based on Mr. Hales’ answer that he considered himself to be temporarily away from Oregon and that the Washington Secretary of […]

PeTA, Evolution,

PeTA, Evolution,

Well, and dogs, of course; let’s say you happen to be one.  Which roof would you rather occupy: the roof of Mitt’s car, or the roof of Barry’s mouth? Just askin’. I can tell you right now – if I’m a dog, that guy’s sitting way too close to me on the bus. I’m finding […]

I Spy Minute – Make a Progressive’s Head Explode

I Spy Minute – Make a Progressive’s Head Explode

Podcast: I Spy Minute Thurs Apr 19 2012 Does anyone else remember the “good ol’ days” when being a communist or socialist was a bad thing? Today’s Minute is about socialism right here in America. For this week’s I Spy Radio Show, we’re interviewing Trevor Loudon, famed investigative journalist and author of Barack Obama and the […]

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