• Ad Targets Dean Heller on Debt Ceiling Talks2

    As the deadline approaches for the United States of Amnesia to raise its debt ceiling or default on its own obligations like some kind of deadbeat, a new ad will air tomorrow in Reno that urges residents to consider what it might be like if their social security checks, veterans’ benefits or military pay don’t

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  • Dean Heller’s Hat Trick Against Seniors and Jobs19

    Congresswoman Shelley Berkley held a press conference today with some Nevada seniors to draw the public’s attention to the fact that Dean Heller voted for the third time to kill Medicare. This vote is particularly bad considering it went further than the previously proposed cuts, adding Social Security to the victim list. It’s a good

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  • No Child Left Legislation0

    No Child Left Behind Legislation was created by George Bush. It is now called Elementary and Secondary Education Act. The basic idea is to test every public school student and then publish the scores. Oooooh and 100% of students were required to pass by 2012 . . . wait, that did NOT happen. . .

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  • FAIR DEAL1

    Senator Bernie Sanders pleads for real Americans to get involved so that we can get a FAIR DEAL. Some of the key points of his testimony are as follows: The rich are doing phenomenally well. Many corporations are doing fantastically well while the average man suffers. Corporations not asked to contribute ONE NICKEL toward deficit

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  • Another Shocker from the Right9

    This story is so sweet that the jokes write themselves.  Our friends among the Tea Party set, who have for some reason claimed a special affiliation with Nevada, are being sued for allegedly skipping out on a very expensive soiree in Las Vegas. They were even planning on having Sharron Angle do some sort of pre-victory

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  • With Entitlements on the Chopping Block, a New Study Details the Vast Costs of War1

    The US Military and CIA  are currently carrying out operations in at least six countries: Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Libya, Yemen and Somalia.  As many as sixteen countries hold detainees arrested as part of the US War on Terror.  When stating the cost of ten years of war, presidents and congress have focused narrowly on Pentagon

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