Well, the government shutdown drags on, and poll numbers are horrific for Republicans and the rightbloggers who love them. Gallup showed the party's approval rating dropping 10 points in a month to 28%. Meanwhile Congressional Republicans, according to a new Zogby poll, were at 13% approval. The sh ... More >>
A bill that would legalize medical marijuana in New York passed in the Assembly yesterday, but don't go making up any ailments that qualify you for a weed prescription just yet; Governor Buzz Kill ain't gonna sign it -- even if it does find its way to his desk.The bill would legalize prescription we ... More >>
An upcoming bill in the New York Legislature that would legalize marijuana for medicinal purposes is getting no love from New York's gov -- Andrew Cuomo said yesterday that he still thinks the cons outweigh the pros when it comes to medical marijuana and that he wouldn't support the bill...this year ... More >>
President Obama's approval ratings are down -- to 50 percent per Gallup, 45 percent per Rasmussen, and negative-gazillion per Zogby -- so some conservatives are thinking about their next Presidential contender. Huffington Post's Sam Stein sees a groundswell for... Dick Cheney. Though many Americans ... More >>
On November 22 hundreds of rightblogger sites celebrated "V-I Day" -- the end of the Iraq war. This accompanied no government declarations; in fact this weekend Iraq's foreign minister warned that early withdrawal of American troops would lead to "piracy," and a Baghdad mob defiled an effigy of Geor ... More >>
Zogby recently did a push-poll to prove that Obama voters are stupid -- now they have a new poll apparently meant to show that everyone is. The pollster's latest survey shows the internet is America's "most trusted news medium," and Fox News is America's "most trusted TV news source." It's rather a ... More >>
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