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The British People – 1; Murdock – 0

July 25, 2011

For the British public, it was one thing when Rupert Murdoch’s ghouls over at News Of The World (NOTW) were penetrating the private lives of the rich and famous—after all, privilege has it’s costs, too, and fame surrenders to the harsh, constant scrutiny of the public domain it was quite another…

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Raisin’ Cain

July 10, 2011

“Awww, shucky ducky!” It’s kind of hard for me to take your seriously as a candidate for president, much less the president himself, when you begin a speech with a phrase made popular by a little known black comedian.

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A New York State of Mind

July 5, 2011

I start this column off with hearty congratulations to New York’s gay and lesbian community. Why? Because on Saturday, at least in your home state, you have joined the community of people who can stand in front of an Elvis Impersonator and be joined in holy matrimony.

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Senator Hughes rejects Republican spending plan

July 5, 2011

Senate Democratic Appropriations Chairman Vincent Hughes (D-Philadelphia/Montgomery) today said he voted against the Republican budget contained in House Bill 1485 because it will hurt students, seniors, taxpayers and Pennsylvania’s most vulnerable.

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Taking One For The Team

June 20, 2011

This is the time in our Presidential Election lives, oh readers of the Philadelphia Sunday Sun, that I show you how much I love you and am willing to do to make your electoral lives easier. Now how do I do this? 

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Me, my horsey, and a quart of beer…

June 13, 2011

The Tea Party folks (or as we like to call them here at the M(p)S, the folks who actually run the modern Republican Party), have been regaling us with all of their talk of the Constitution and how we should practice strict adherence to it.

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Herman Cain and GOP presidential nomination is an oxymoron

May 30, 2011

The name Herman Cain and the words GOP presidential nominee is a pitiable oxymoron. But the irrepressible talk show host and former Godfather Pizza CEO still thinks that he can stand the GOP on its head and get it to nominate him, an African-American, as its 2012 presidential standard bearer.

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