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Prune Juice Media | December 21, 2014

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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

Ohio GOP Finalizes Restrictive Voter Access Laws

Thursday, 27 February, 2014 | 2

I have learned that voter access is one of my pet issues. I have a particular interest in the topic when it deals with the state where I grew up and once voted.

The wheels have fallen off the … Read More

AZ-Gov. Brewer Vetoes Senseless Gay Discrimination Bill

Thursday, 27 February, 2014 | 1

Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer must have read my post yesterday and decided that she wanted to save some of her dignity.

On Wednesday evening, Brewer made a public statement saying she would veto the state’s controversial “religious freedom” bill, … Read More

AZ-Gov. Brewer Could Sign Bill to Approve Religious Discrimination Against Gays

Wednesday, 26 February, 2014 | 1

The state of Arizona is up to their outrageousness yet again.

The Arizona State Legislature passed Senate Bill (SB) 1062 last week. The legislation would allow restaurants and businesses to REFUSE service to people on the simple suspicion or confirmation that … Read More

Christie Under Investigation For Misuse of Sandy Funds

Thursday, 16 January, 2014 |

Who is having the worst January ever? It would hands down be New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, if we are discussing politics.

By now, America knows that Christie has been caught up in Bridgegate — the story that Christie … Read More

New York Daily News Cracks Fat Joke With Christie Cover (PHOTO)

Monday, 13 January, 2014 |

As the Bridgegate scandal envelopes the halls of government in Trenton, New Jersey, certain outlets have seized on the opportunity to poke fun at Gov. Chris Christie.

Last week, the New York Daily News threw every bit of ire they … Read More