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On the 50th anniversary of the assassination of John F. Kennedy, Bill Maher Friday night paid tribute to the nation’s 35th President by comparing him to Ronald Reagan.
The daughter of the late former President Ronald Reagan says that she knows “the heart of the man who raised me as my father,” and were he alive today he would support same-sex marriage.
Michael Reagan appeared on Piers Morgan Live last night to explain his recent op-ed, which included a comparison of same-sex marriage to “polygamy, bestiality, and perhaps even murder.”
The Obamas are hardly the first First Family to rub elbows with Hollywood. Anyone remember the God of the GOP, Ronald Reagan?
Nate Silver, the man who accurately predicted the 2012 presidential elections almost to the decimal point, says that Marco Rubio is more conservative than Rick Santorum, or even Ronald Reagan.
Time magazine has chosen Barack Obama as the “Person of the Year,” and in describing their choice, delivers two stunning slams to conservatives, the Tea Party, Republicans, and the religious right.
To tell you why I’m voting for Barack Obama, I first have to explain to you why I’m a Democrat. I was very, very young when my mother explained the differences between the parties to me. It was 1983, and I was six.
Conservatives have been saying Obama is buying votes with the “Obama phone” thanks to a video featuring an African American woman saying Obama gave her a phone.
President Barack Obama will be the Democrats’ Ronald Reagan, if he wins re-election, writes Newsweek’s Andrew Sullivan — a well-respected conservative.
Mitt Romney is an empty vessel, with neither opinion nor position of his own, and like the leader of his party Ronald Reagan — revealed he has merely been “acting.”
Jeb Bush says America desperately needs all forms of families and parenting examples as long as they can be held up as role models, and slammed today’s GOP.
After the “AMERCIA” catastrophe, the “sneak-peak” brouhaha, and the “Ronald Regan” nightmare, Mitt Romney and his campaign have finally learned how to spell.
Colin Powell, who served under Presidents Reagan and both Presidents Bush, said, “I have no problem with it,” when asked if he supported gay marriage.
America is unlikely to elect a presidential candidate who supports a ban on gay marriage, a new Washington Post poll finds. Also, Americans are not in sync with GOP.
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