The annual Super Bowl ad blitz was underwhelming this year, but one ad did stir up controversy among some conservatives.
The nation’s second-biggest broadcaster plans to drop conservative firebrand Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity from all of its stations by the end of the year, according to Politico.com. Limbaugh’s show is based in South Florida.
While the Miami Heat tied the 2013 NBA Finals at 2-2 Thursday night, outside of South Florida, the San Antonio Spurs are the overwhelming selection for Americans to win the NBA championship.
Former U.S. Representative Allen West made his name with infamous comments like his Joseph McCarthy-like claim that 80 Democrats in Congress were communists and other fiery rhetoric. After several months out of the political sphere, West is coming back with Fox News.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio has taken the baton of leadership from the Republican Party with solid results thus far in his career. His latest claim to fame is the cover of this week’s Time Magazine declaring him “The Republican Savior.”
I find interest in the circus surrounding people in the fifty states of the Union petitioning to secede from the United States since President Barack Obama was reelected two weeks ago, I’ll be the first to admit that any state seceding from the Union is a terrible idea.
Liberals and their ilk obviously won the executive branch of the United States government for another four years with the reelection of President Barack Obama, but they still pick fights as much as they did before the election – if not more.
In no time, conservatives will be trying to hold back the smirks as these liberals slowly but surely realize what they’ve done to our country.
Why is Mitt Romney, the severely Conservative candidate for president, all of a sudden moving to the middle?
Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s campaign is still trying to deal with the fallout from his comments about not caring about half of the American electorate. But it may be all for naught if recent polling trends continue.