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St. Croix County Republican Party in Wisconsin campaigning for fake Democrat

The St. Croix County Republican Party is encouraging Republicans to vote for a fake Democratic candidate in Tuesday’s 10th Senate District primary election, according to the Milwaukee-Wisconsin Journal Sentinel. Isaac Weix is one of six fake Democratic candidates who entered the race to force Democratic primary elections in Wisconsin. County…

Prison inmates replace unionized workers in Racine, Wisconsin

Prison inmates have replaced union workers in Racine County, Wisconsin, thanks to the changes to the states collective bargaining laws that went into effect at the end of June. The Journal Times reported prison inmates will now be able to do tasks such as landscaping, painting, and shoveling sidewalks in…

Entire police force laid off in small Texas town

Crime is on the rise in one small Texas city because the police department has been padlocked and the officers sent home. The city of Alto laid off its entire police force about two weeks ago because the city council completely cut the department’s budget. “They put a bulls-eye target…

CA GOP official sent picture of Obama as chimp, didn’t think it was racist

Marilyn Davenport, an elected member of the Orange County Republican Party central committee, said she doesn’t think a photoshopped image she sent of President Barack Obama’s superimposed on a chimpanzee’s body is racist. She sent the emailed the picture of Obama and two chimp parents to friends Friday, with the…

Arizona Sheriff used hidden database to misspend up to $80 million, officials claim

A hidden computer database recently discovered in the course of a racial profiling investigation shows Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio misspent up to $80 million in funds intended for jail operations, according to Maricopa County supervisors and budget officials. The hidden database contained payroll logs that detailed staff assignments and payments…

O’Donnell sorry after threatening to sue station over interview

Christine O’Donnell’s campaign has issued an apology to a Delaware radio station she reportedly threatened to sue the station if it didn’t turn over video of an interview. The Republican candidate for Senate from Delaware and a Tea Party favorite went on WDEL’s Rick Jensen Show for an interview that…

Tea Party questionnaire reveals obsession with homosexuality

Perhaps it’s not tea, taxes or Glenn Beck which divides many Tea Partiers from traditional Republicans. Oh noes, maybe it’s the gays. Days after former RNC chair Ken Mehlman came out — after years of prodding and pressure by gay activist Mike Rogers due to perceived hypocrisy — many prominent…

Ohio voting board hides elephant, donkey after Libertarian complains

Elephant, donkey figures put out to pasture after candidate complains to Ohio elections board The elephant and the donkey are going into hiding at an Ohio voting board. A Libertarian candidate saw ceramic figurines of the Republican and Democratic symbols on the counter at the Licking County Board of Elections…

Federal officer who shot husky in dog park could be charged

The shooting of a Siberian husky at a Maryland dog park by an off-duty federal police officer has aroused national outrage. Now the Anne Arundel County Police Department, which initially refused to investigate the incident because there was no sign of criminal activity, has announced it will conduct a full…

Campaigners used pot petition to dupe voters into registering as Republicans

Officials in California have launched a voter fraud investigation after dozens of people in Orange County said they had been tricked into registering as Republicans by campaigners who said they were petitioning for marijuana decriminalization and other causes. An investigative report published in the Orange County Register found that “the…

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