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Actress/Activist Sarandon Wants the NH Death Penalty Gone

  (AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL) - Join Susan Sarandon: End the Death Penalty in New Hampshire (Photo Credit: Bruce Glikas/FilmMagic) By Susan Sarandon, Actress and Humanitarian Playing Sister Helen Prejean in the…

Regnerus Trial 4/9/2014 in Florida

  Investigative journalist John M. Becker’s lawsuit against the University of Central Florida (UCF) for release of documents related to Mark Regnerus’s anti-gay hoax “study” is set for trial on…

Medicare, Congress’ Monster Under the Bed

Because Congress can’t seem to get its head out of its ass about permanently fixing Medicare‘s 17 year-old payment formula (is there a proctologist in the house?!), they have until…

Prez. Obama Vs Comedian Galifianakis on “Between Two Ferns”

  When it comes to non-politics, President Obama is a very funny guy. Obama recently went head-to-head with comedian/actor Zach Galifianakis (The Hangover I-III) on his spoof talk show “Between…

Bill Allowing Patients Access to Cultivate Marijuana Passes NH House Comm.

  The Bill HB 1622 was approved Thursday in a 13-3 vote by the New Hampshire House Committee. This means that qualifying patients, if it passes, will have the legal…

‘American Idol’ Aiken is Runing for Congress. Really.

Do you remember a little while ago I told you that “American Idol“ contestant and gay father, Clay Aiken, was thinking of running for Congress? Well, he announced it today…

The State of the Union 2014

President Obama delivered his State of the Union address last evening, all 87 minutes or so. There was the traditional hand shaking and shmoozing when the Supreme Court, Cabinet and…

NH House 1st to Pass Bill Legalizing Marijuana!

On Wednesday January 15th, 2014, The New Hampshire House of Representatives became the first legislative body to pass a bill legalizing Recreational Marijuana. WOOOOO-HOOOO!!!… ahem. It is modeled on the…

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