Bork from Ork

In a recent post, we went over some of the latest antics of Florida Senator Marco Rubio, a potential Vice Presidential running mate to join Romney on the GOP’s 2012 ticket.

Another name we know for sure Romney is bringing to the dinner table is retired judge, Robert Bork.  Bork is Romney’s top judicial adviser, which is nothing short of horrifying.

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Rubiocop: The Future of Conservative Enforcement

Mitt Romney has finally pushed ahead of his fellow GOP candidates to essentially claim the nomination for the Republican Party. His unofficial victory was welcomed into such open arms as Florida Senator (and potential running mate) Marco Rubio who said: “There are a lot of other people out there that some of us wish had run for president, but they didn’t,” he continued “I think Mitt Romney would be a fine president, and he’d be way better than the guy who’s there right now.” Rubio sounds like the type of person that would recommend a restaurant to you simply because he never got food poisoning there.

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Godzilla vs the Conservative Right

Last month a list of proposed banned words by the New York City Department of Education made their way into the national media.  The words on the list are ones the Department wishes to keep off of standardized tests within the school district, as to not offend the children.  Some of the words on the list:  birthday, crime, death, evolution, Halloween, religion and my favorite… dinosaur.

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I’d Buy That for a Dollar

Last week, the United States Supreme Court held hearings on the Affordable Care Act for three days, better known as healthcare reform, or simply, “Obamacare”.

The biggest question at the center of those three days:  is the law itself and specifically, the individual mandate, constitutional?

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