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Are "Skittles" Advertisements Being Shown At The Beginning Of Videos Featuring The Trayvon Martin Story?

Oddly enough, in at least one case, the answer is yes.  This article at Politico.com, as of today, is still showing advertisements for Skittles candies prior to a video of President Obama discussing the Trayvon Martin case.  This is odd, considering that Trayvon Martin was said to be killed while carrying a package of the colored candies on his way ...

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Technology Site, Gizmodo, Mocks Conservatives

Whenever you stumble upon a website, Twitter account, or Facebook page that posts “LOL! GOP!”, you know you’ve wandered into unfriendly territory.  This is terminology that’s used by people who consider John Stewart’s comedy to be “sophisticated”.  And more often than not, they’re not as interested in the truth as they are mocking conservatives. So imagine my surprise, when I ...

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Mitt Romney (Really) Doesn’t Have That Much Money

Romney’s “2 Cadillacs” and “my friends own NASCAR teams” stories might seem like old news now, but if he gets the GOP’s nod, you can bet that stories about his wealth will begin to circulate again in preparation for this fall’s election.  Since 80% of Conservatives seem to think he’s going to win the nomination (and he has the largest ...

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The Road We’ve Traveled: Barack Obama’s 17 Min Hollywood Style Campaign Video

From the BarackObamaDotCom YouTube Channel: “Remember how far we’ve come. From Academy Award®-winning director Davis Guggenheim: “The Road We’ve Traveled”. This film gives an inside look at some of the tough calls President Obama made to get our country back on track. Featuring interviews from President Bill Clinton, Mayor Rahm Emanuel, Elizabeth Warren, David Axelrod, Austan Goolsbee, and more. It’s ...

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Married To The Game Mar 17th: Apple, The Primary, And Your Introduction To SooperMexican

This weekend’s show was a little more informal than most.  We discussed what it’s like to be an Apple computer owner for the first time, and we touched a little bit on Apple’s performance in the market (as the world’s most valuable company).  We discussed the differences between the Verizon and AT&T iPads (yup there’s actually some differences). We talked ...

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“STOP KONY” Creater Allegedly Seen Naked And Thrashing In The Street

By now you’ve probably heard about the Stop Kony video, but now we’re hearing more and more about its creators.  And from the looks of things, we’re seeing more too.  While the video doesn’t exactly show the man’s kibbles and bits, their is full, rear nudity.  Play at your discretion.  (may not be safe for work)  The best part?  His ...

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Obama’s Hypocrisy Exposed (Again)

This excellent video points out two cases of delicious irony in one fell swoop.  Our president has recently called Sandra Fluke to let her know that he doesn’t approve of meanies like Rush Limbaugh calling her a “slut” while simultaneously taking $1 million (via super pac) from Bill Maher.  (who “unapologetically” calls Sarah Palin a C_NT)   The Irony Police are ...

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Proof That Romney Is Willing To Say ANYTHING To Get Elected

Willard Romney won six out of ten states last night, but you have to wonder how many voters saw this video before casting their ballots.  In it, he brags about how he was able to secure “over $410 Million” from the federal government to help fund the 2002 Winter Olympics.  What’s odd is that he even talks about how helpful ...

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Sandra Fluke And The Three Thousand Dollar Lie

First and foremost, before I’m accused of slander, let me say that I “feel” like Miss Fluke is being dishonest with us.  I might even “believe” that she’s lied.  But what I’m going to officially say is that I think she’s testified before Congress with questionable facts.  Highly questionable facts… in fact.  Let me explain. The “lie” (or questionable fact) ...

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Married To The Game March 3rd: The Humdinger

If you have yet to hear the sensation that sweepin’ the nation, Married To The Game, then this is the episode to get you acquainted.  Ai Politics takes aim at everything from “SlutGate” to why the Republican party needs to learn some lessons from Apple.  There’s a tribute to Andrew Breitbart, and Ai discusses accusations thrown at Breitbart in regards ...

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Sandra Fluke Testifies Before Congress

The story known as “SlutGate” has been gathering more and more steam in the media.  It’s to the point that we spend more time talking about Sandra Fluke than we do about gas prices, national security, or even the unemployment rate.  As of this writing, The Huffington Post has an article on the front page with over 38,000 comments.  Folks, ...

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Just Another Tribute To Andrew Breitbart

This is another Andrew Breitbart tribute. But… Then again, it’s not. By now, you’ve read many great things by many people who knew Andrew, who have waxed poetically (and correctly) about what a great and powerful influence he was is. They’ve shared stories and given quotes and truly honored the man who has inspired many of us. I’m not qualified ...

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The “Tolerant” Left Tweets About President George W. Bush

Last night, a curious thing happened.  Our 43rd president was the number one trending topic on Twitter (globally), and I wondered why.  I mean, he has been out of office for over three years, and he hasn’t released a book (not lately, anyway).  He hadn’t been on television (to my knowledge).  So how could we have the entire world tweet ...

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