Howard Dean Involved In Car Crash During Radio Interview (AUDIO)

Wednesday, 16 May, 2012 |

Howard Dean, the former presidential candidate and past governor of Vermont, was conducting a call-in radio interview on Wednesday morning when he was involved in a car crash.

The accident can be heard slightly on the CJAD 800 AMRead More

Super Tuesday Analysis: What You Need to Know

Wednesday, 7 March, 2012 | 2

Tuesday night was a long one for the politics nerds like myself. But, it was an interesting one if you like to keep up with the presidential race.

There was a lot of information to take in from the contests. … Read More

Mitt Romney (Kinda) Sweeps Primaries in AZ, MI, and WY

Friday, 2 March, 2012 |

This headline should say that Mitt Romney is cleaning up like a maid in the GOP primary race. But, that isn’t technically so.

The former Massachusetts governor won primary/caucus contests on Tuesday (Arizona and Michigan) and Wednesday (Wyoming). Problem is … Read More

Maryland’s Same-Sex Marriage Bill Awaiting Gov. O’Malley’s Signature

Saturday, 25 February, 2012 | 1

This must be the month for same-sex marriage fights in the states.

Maryland became the fourth state this month to make national headlines in the continuing quest for same-sex marriage rights. The Maryland Senate voted late Thursday to approve the … Read More

Gay Marriage Gets Turned On In Washington State

Thursday, 16 February, 2012 | 1

There is good news this week for the LGBT community in Washington state.

Gov. Christine Gregoire (D) signed a bill into law on February 13 that allows same-sex couples to legally wed in the state. Washington joins seven other states … Read More

Gay Marriage Makes Its Way Into New York

Sunday, 26 June, 2011 | 6

Of course, this news would break right in the middle of my self-imposed “weekend off.” Murphy’s Law said it had to happen like this. Well, at least it was good news. lol…

If you haven’t heard by now, the gay … Read More

Hawaii Approves Civil Unions for Same-Sex Couples

Thursday, 17 February, 2011 | 1

On Wednesday, Hawaii joined five other states and the District of Columbia in allowing civil unions for same-sex couples.

The Hawaii Senate approved the measure by a vote of 18-5. The bill will now go to Gov. Neil Abercrombie’sRead More

Primary Election Recap of Some WTF Races

Wednesday, 25 August, 2010 |

Yesterday was primary day in five states – Alaska, Arizona, Florida, Oklahoma, and Vermont. Three of the states had races that were highly publicized (or just flat-out insane). So you know Prune Juice Media has to recap some of those … Read More

Senate Gets Tough On Fed With New Audit Rule

Tuesday, 11 May, 2010 | 1

The Senate voted Tuesday (96-0) to have an audit conducted of the Federal Reserve’s (i.e, The Fed’s) lending activities during the recent financial crisis. Bring it on!

The measure was an amendment authored by Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) and was obviously … Read More