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Prune Juice Media | July 29, 2014

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Sarah Palin Starts Her Own Internet Channel

Monday, 28 July, 2014 |

Is everyone getting their own channel these days? First it was Oprah Winfrey, then (supposedly) Tyler Perry. And since then Paula Deen has jumped into the fray.

Well, Sarah Palin is not one to be left out in the … Read More

Ohio Gets Back a Little Bit of Early Voting

Tuesday, 17 June, 2014 |

Residents of the state of Ohio should be thankful that someone out in this cold, cruel world actually cares about their right to vote.

A federal judge gave Buckeye voters something to (hopefully) smile about late last week when he … Read More

Georgia Continues to Strangle Access to Affordable Health Care

Tuesday, 27 May, 2014 |

The state of Georgia continues to take steps in the wrong direction on the issue of healthcare for its citizens.

On Tuesday, I came across a sobering and stunning article on the state of the Affordable Care Act, or … Read More

Hawaii’s Minimum Wage Workers Get Raises to $10.10/Hour

Friday, 2 May, 2014 |

Congrats are in order to the Hawaii State Legislature!

The lawmaking body recently passed a bill that increases the state’s minimum wage to $10.10/hour — up from the federal minimum of $7.25/hour. The bill is headed to Gov. Neil … Read More

Federal Judge Strikes Down Wisconsin Voter ID Law

Wednesday, 30 April, 2014 |

Voter rights got a major boost this week in Wisconsin.

U.S. District Judge Lynn Adelman ruled on Tuesday to nullify the state’s 2011 ID requirement in order to cast a ballot. Wisconsin is one of several states that has enacted a conservative-backed … Read More

Gun Owners Declare Open Season On Georgia Residents

Thursday, 24 April, 2014 |

As of Wednesday, the Second Amendment of the Constitution has been pimped to new levels in the state of Georgia.

Gov. Nathan Deal, a Republican, signed what is arguably the most expansive state-level gun law in the country. Critics call House Bill … Read More

Same-Sex Marriage Happens In Michigan, Then Halted

Monday, 24 March, 2014 |

There has been lots of news coming out of Michigan over the weekend.

A federal judge ruled on Friday that the state’s ban on same-sex marriage was unconstitutional. This paved the way for about 300 marriage licenses to be issued … Read More

LA-Gov. Jindal Has a Problem With Medicaid Billboards

Wednesday, 19 March, 2014 |

MoveOn.org has been known to ruffle at least a few feathers. This could not be more true in recent weeks in Louisiana.

As we reported on March 4, MoveOn is lashing out in specific states against governors who are … Read More

Georgia Gen. Assembly Is Ready to Ticket ‘Slow’ Drivers

Thursday, 13 March, 2014 |

As a Georgia driver, I do not think anything has made me smile as much as the latest news coming from the state’s General Assembly.

On Tuesday, the Georgia Senate passed the state’s “Slow Poke” law. It was sent … Read More

MoveOn.org Hits Governors Who Denies Medicaid Expansion

Tuesday, 4 March, 2014 |

Politically-themed billboards are nothing new when traveling across the country. The progressive activism MoveOn.org has thrown in their two cents in six states as of this week.

Travelers in Texas, Nebraska, Florida, Louisiana, Wisconsin, and Virginia will see new billboards … Read More