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VP Role for Paul Ryan Has His Former Parish Priest Worried

By Jonathan Rosenblum Article originally posted August 15, 2012, on the Center for Media & Democracy – PRWatch. Article re-posted here with permission. ____________________________________________________________________________ “Your budget appears to reflect the values of your favorite philosopher, Ayn Rand, rather than the Gospel of Jesus Christ.” – Faculty at Georgetown University ____________________________________________________________________________ The entrance to St. Mary […]

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The Poll Tax and Voter Preemption at the Dane Dems’ Dubious Debate

By Edward Kuharski Photos by Nicole Desautels Schulte The Dane County chapter of the Democratic Party held a candidate debate and straw poll at their monthly meeting Tuesday, April 10. It was a well-attended event held in the Conference Center of the Concourse Hotel in Madison. There were several curious aspects to the gathering in […]

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Romney Holds “Town Hall” at Marriott Hotel for Hand-Selected Town Members

Middleton, WI — At a town hall meeting held at the Marriott Hotel in Middleton, Wisconsin on Sunday, Gov. Mitt Romney and Rep. Paul Ryan spoke before a group of invited guests — all of whom had been required to RSVP ahead of time and to show identification at the door in order to be […]

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Got Racism? Romney Does.

By Edward Kuharski As the Tuesday presidential primary election approached, Republican candidate Mitt Romney made two campaign appearances (using the term loosely) in the Madison area. Saturday’s was an appearance of approx. 1.5 seconds each on arrival and on departure from the Walker campaign’s Fitchburg “Victory Center” boiler room. It was oddly reminiscent of a […]

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