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Politics and Prune Juice Podcast #5 – Hillary on Benghazi, Biden, Puerto Rico, Christie, and Guest Lenny McAllister

Tuesday, 27 October, 2015 |

The fifth episode of “Politics and Prune Juice” is all about the mania that swept Capitol Hill around Hillary Clinton’s testimony about the Benghazi compound attack of 2012. Led by host, Matt Stevens, we also look at Joe Biden’sRead More

George W. Bush, The Painter (CARTOON)

Wednesday, 21 May, 2014 |

The jokes write themselves about former President George W. Bush’s new(er) hobby of painting during his downtime. This is hilarious!

Now you know what Bush was up to after he turned down a request to appear at the opening … Read More

Rep. Michael Grimm Arrested By the Feds On 20-Count Indictment

Monday, 28 April, 2014 |

Mondays usually suck for most people. But, for Rep. Michael Grimm (R-NY), today was horrible for him.

Grimm was arrested by federal authorities on a 20-count indictment for a series of alleged activities. The charges centered on a New … Read More

Rep. Michael Grimm Threatens Reporter, Later Apologizes (VIDEO)

Thursday, 30 January, 2014 |

You would think something as routine as the State of the Union speech wouldn’t get heated. This year, you may just be wrong.

After President Obama’s speech to the joint session of Congress, individual members fan out to the … Read More

Ad Uses Photos to Compare Obama to Rob Ford (VIDEO)

Tuesday, 3 December, 2013 | 1

As the 2014 midterm election season approaches soon, so does the flood of quirky ads from famous and no-name candidates.

One of those ads is from George Demos, a former federal prosecutor who is running for Congress from New … Read More

Oops! Former NYC Mayor Ed Koch’s Headstone Has Wrong Birthdate

Tuesday, 18 June, 2013 |

Ed Koch’s spirit is either going to applaud or haunt some people here soon — depending on how you look at this quirky situation.

The former NYC mayor, who died on February 1, was discovered to have a glaring … Read More

LOCAL BRIEFS: Garcetti Wins L.A. Mayor’s Race, Weiner to Run In NYC

Wednesday, 22 May, 2013 |

Changes in leadership are coming to the nation’s two largest cities.

In Los Angeles, three-term City Councilman Eric Garcetti, 42, won the race to be the city’s next mayor. He beat Wendy Greuel by a 54-46 percent margin. He will succeed … Read More

Rep. Peter King Jumps In the Boxing Ring (VIDEO)

Thursday, 14 March, 2013 |

During my recent absence, I caught this clip on the news. I thought it was hilarious … and I really don’t know why.

Rep. Peter King (R-New York), known for his brash style of conservative leadership, took to the … Read More

Alex Jones Screams at Piers Morgan In Support of Gun Owners (VIDEO)

Tuesday, 8 January, 2013 |

Check out this disturbing video from CNN’s “Piers Morgan Tonight.”

The show’s host sat down with radio host Alex Jones, a right-wing fanatic and supporter of gun rights. Jones recently took to the White House website to push for … Read More

Small Piece of Hurricane Sandy Funding Passes House Vote

Friday, 4 January, 2013 |

In one of its first actions as a lawmaking body under the 113th Congress, the House of Representatives passed a $9.7 billion package of flood insurance relief for victims of Hurricane Sandy.

The vote comes after an uproar against House … Read More