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by Marc Belisle Nate Silver, the statistics guru who has flawlessly forecast previous elections, is predicting that the GOP are “slight favorites” to take over the Senate this year. His models are...

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By Marc Belisle In the Democratic primary race for Mayor of Washington D.C., the top-polling candidates have been linked to money doled out by Jeffrey Thompson (shown above), an area businessman who...

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by Marc Belisle Three days after President Obama proposed in the State of the Union address to raise the federal minimum wage to $10.10, raising millions of hardworking Americans out of poverty,...

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Bayer CEO Marijn Dekkers recently said one of the most offensive things imaginable to the billion-plus people of India. The German drug company was charging $69,000 per year in India (where the...

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Pacific Standoff Brewing

January 27, 2014 | Comments

By Marc Belisle When North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un executed his uncle Jang Seong-taek late last year, one of the main charges levied against the former regent was pretending to support Kim...

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WAR ON POVERTY OVER! U.S. SURRENDERS!

January 16, 2014 | Comments

 by Marc Belisle A half-century conflict came to an anticlimactic end on Tuesday, as the United States Senate agreed to discontinue unemployment insurance for 1.3 million Americans, effectively ending hostilities.  Faced with...

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by Marc Belisle The Chris Christie Administration needs a Deputy Chief of Staff in its main Trenton office, pronto.  We are looking for a real “go-getter” who is a loyal team player but also...

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by Marc Belisle In October, 2020, President Chris Christie huddles with his campaign team in an emergency session in the Oval Office, beneath a massive “Re-elect Christie/Paul: Rebuild the Bridge to the...

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By Marc Belisle “Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore. Send these, the homeless, tempest-tost to me,” The poem...

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by Marc Belisle Everything is bigger in Texas, including the potential for a flu epidemic. The Affordable Care Act was intended to provide Marketplace coverage for people with middle incomes and a...

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