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I’m Blind and Deaf, I’m a Replacement Ref!

Remember the story about the straw that broke the camel’s back? Well it came last night in terms of “tolerance” for the NFL replacement refs. An absolutely egregious call in my book came at the end of the Packers-Seahawks Monday

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John Oliver Delivers A Spectacular Show At Michigan Tech

Just yesterday, John Oliver of the Daily Show ventured up to Houghton, Michigan and gave a brilliant performance. This is the first time I’ve seen John Oliver live, and he didn’t disappoint. His jokes were witty and in good taste. While

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Why Romney’s Favorability Rating Should Be No Surpise

It has been recently reported that Mitt Romney has the lowest favorabilty rating of any presidential nominee in modern history. Any. Meaning lower than McCain, Kerry, Gore, Dole, and the rest of the losers of the big election. But this

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A Meaningless Election

Okay, okay, no election is absolutely meaningless (only mostly meaningless). But Nov. 6th will be a day when the American people think they have a choice. In fact, we thought we had a choice in ’08 too. We chose Obama

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The Odd Couple: Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan

The last few days have been filled with a renewed sense of hope and pride for the Republican Presidential campaign. Paul Ryan has sent a jolt of enthusiasm right through the heart of the Republican base. Romney’s rallies have seen

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