Potpourri

November 2nd, 2016
Cartoon of the 1864 Presidential Election: Left to right: Abraham Lincoln, George B. McClellan, and Jefferson Davis. Source: Daily Illinois State Journal, Oct. 29, 1864, Illinois State Library

Cartoon of the 1864 Presidential Election: Left to right: Abraham Lincoln, George B. McClellan, and Jefferson Davis. Source: Daily Illinois State Journal, Oct. 29, 1864, Illinois State Library

This topic focuses on issues relating to various levels of controversy. Articles have been archived here.

 

I. General Controversy

2016

2016-11-02 FBI Releases The Vince Foster Files After 23 Years

2016-10-19 Clinton Foundation Fails Haiti

2016-09-16 Fact Check – Obama Birther Movement Started by Democrat Lawyer

2016-08-07 Review of the Hillary Clinton email Scandal

2016-07-05 FBI Says Will Not Recommend Charges in Clinton email Case

2012
2012-02-16 Food Police: Gov Official Seizes 4 Year Old’s School Lunch, Pink Slime is Better?

2011
2011-10-19 Analysis: Occupy Wall Street vs. The Tea Party

2011-01-19 Fresno – the Drunkest City and in Denial?

2010

2010-11-10 Your Say In Government? Walrus Top of the Food Chain

2010-10-10 TV Has Big Influence Over Children

2010-07-13 Police Give Criminals List of Free Crimes

2009
2009-09-18 ACORN Cracked?

 

II. “Light Side”

2016

2016-01-05 Funny Video Tells All About the Jeb Bush 2016 Campaign

2013
2013-01-30 Liberal Words and Phrases (Guide to Understanding Liberal Words)

2011
2011-05-23 Obama’s Limo Gets Stuck in Ireland (Video)

2011-03-16 Man Claims he Can Hack Electronic Billboards with iphone – New York

2010-06-17 A Day at the Post Office

2009
2009-10-18 “Poop Gate

 

 

III. “Dark Side”

2010

2010-07-23 Desperate Darth Vader Robs New York Bank

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