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Angie's List has announced it's cancelling expansion plans in Indiana, which cost $40 million and would have created 1,000 jobs. It's only been two days since this controversial law was signed into effect, and already the impacts on Indiana's economy are poised to be enormous. Now we just have to wait and see when the right starts calling the boycott "discrimination", which is something they are very good at. 

For us here in the good, ole' US of A, we are dealing with increased police brutality. But don't think we're alone in police problems. Head to the other side of the planet, to Indonesia, specifically West Jakarta, and they have police problems all their own, like when the police burn 3.3 tons of marijuana and end up getting the whole town high

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If you think Ted Cruz is the crazy of the GOP hopeful field right now, just think of one thing and he'll suddenly sound like the same one. Presidential candidate Louise Gohmert. 

With Ted Cruz announcing his candidacy to be our next President today, perhaps it's time the media starts questioning his experience, or lack there of. Ask how someone, who has only been in the Senate for two years, feels they have what it takes to become President. Or, to put it another way, pound away at the same question they did in 2007, when another Senator with only two years in declared his candidacy - Barack Obama. 

Roy Moore, the chief justice of Alabama is a hero to the right, especially given his current attempts at defying the federal courts when it comes to gay marriage. His son was arrested on Sunday night for possession of marijuana and prescription tranquilizers. Now I don't agree with arresting people over marijuana, but what I find interesting in this story is the latest example of Republican responsibility See, it turns out that Caleb has decided it's not his fault he got busted, but rather a "liberal plot to destroy his family". So are we to believe that Alabama is some liberal bastion, to the point even local police are in line with any possible conspiracy to go after the right? I'm not holding my breath. 

They are dropping fast in the city of Ferguson. Monday it was the municipal judge. Yesterday it was the city manager. Today we find out that the police chief, who in my opinion should have been axed last summer for his handling of the Michael Brown shooting, is now set to resign. 

Which would you suspect to bring the larger punishment, downloading pornography or releasing classified information illegally? You may be surprised.
Three Muslim students at the University of North Carolina were shot execution style in their home last night. A heinous crime to say the last, but one made worse by horrid assumptions of the internets.
America has an out of control heroin problem, and one stat can show you that our blame needs to be directed at Washington, and Republicans in particular.
Now that Obama has delivered his second to last State of the Union address, it's time to lookback at what was said.
Obama is excepted to announce a new tax plan at Tuesday's State of the Union, meant to help out the struggling middle class. But when you look deeper into it, you see what is really going on.
Why should prosectures indict cops, or people trust our justice system, when we see cases like this?
Please allow me to give my perspective on the plot to poison Boehner from a Cininnati person.
With Mike Huckabee announcing he was leaving Fox News this weekend, to explore a possible presidential run in 2016, we're once again reminded of the problems with our electoral system.
Tis' the season. Gifts exchanged, drunken parties, family, friends, oh and the annual dispute between networks and carriers. The most interesting one of this season is happning right now.
With another cop walking free after killing a person, our country is searching for answers. Perhaps that answer isn't all that complicated.
Following the non-indictment of Darren Wilson, the attention has turned to the aftermath in Ferguson. Let's look at other riots we have seen.
After last nights humiliating defeat, Democrats need to either do a total reboot, or just give up.