Ep. 25 – Syrian Missiles, Gorsuch Confirmed, Internet Privacy, Automatic Voter Registration

Monday, 10 April, 2017 |

This is a special late edition of our podcast simply because of the craziness of the news cycle.

Host Matt Stevens talks about Donald Trump’s bright idea to launch missiles at a Syrian airfield late last week. This was … Read More

Politics and Prune Juice Episode #11 – Chicago Protests, Merrick Garland, and Second Super Tuesday

Saturday, 19 March, 2016 |

Lots of political drama fills the 11th episode of the Politics and Prune Juice podcast! It’s that time of the year.

Show host Matt Stevens covers the “Second Super Tuesday” results and its winners and losers. We also find … Read More

Rep. Aaron Schock Caves In and Will Step Down March 31

Wednesday, 18 March, 2015 |

The yellow brick road of taxpayer-funded blessings has come to a crashing end for Rep. Aaron Schock (R-IL).

The lawmaker who has been embroiled in scandal since at least early February decided to call it quits and step down at … Read More

Rep. Aaron Schock Bought Katy Perry Tixs and Jet Rides On Taxpayer Dime

Tuesday, 24 February, 2015 |

All is not well in the halls of Congress on this gloomy Tuesday afternoon.

Rep. Aaron Schock’s ass is about the hottest thing smoking after a tough Associated Press article revealed he spent thousands of taxpayer dollars on concert … Read More

Republicans Rack Up Big Gubernatorial Slots In Midterms

Wednesday, 5 November, 2014 |

Republican governors won big on Tuesday night. This is a major boost for their party who now use statehouses to ram through legislation that may not otherwise work on a national level — such as abortion restrictions and strict voter … Read More

Obama Gets Rough With GOP About Blocking Economic Progress (VIDEO)

Thursday, 25 July, 2013 |

In a speech on Wednesday billed as one that “you will not want to miss,” President Obama TRIED to change the course of his second term economic policy.

Time will only tell how successful the president will be. But, … Read More

Rhode Island and Delaware Next In Line for Gay Marriage Rights

Monday, 13 May, 2013 |

Rhode Island and Delaware have joined the growing ranks of states allowing marriage for same-sex couples.

On May 2, Rhode Island became the 10th state to allow gay couples to wed. Delaware followed five days later with its approval. The … Read More

Michelle Obama Shows Off Her Absentee Ballot (PHOTO)

Monday, 15 October, 2012 |

First Lady Michelle Obama is practicing what she preaches on the campaign trail.

On Monday, Mrs. Obama prepared and mailed her Illinois absentee ballot. She was photographed in the White House with the completed ballot all sealed and ready to … Read More

15 States Have Voter Registration Deadlines On Oct. 9

Monday, 8 October, 2012 | 1

Pay close attention to this post.

A major wave of 15 states have voter registration deadlines on Tuesday, October 9. Be sure to share this post to get the information to as many people as possible.

Here are the … Read More

The Obamas Reminisce About Their ‘Cultural’ First Date (VIDEO)

Monday, 25 June, 2012 |

President and Mrs. Obama recently shot a fun web clip to promote his campaign’s “Dinner with Barack” contest.

In the piece, the Obamas talk about their first date going to an art museum in Chicago — the walk they … Read More