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Gillibrand: Paladino’s ‘Little Girl’ Comment Offensive

AP: ALBANY, N.Y. — New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand says Republican gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino’s reference to her as a “little girl” is offensive and unacceptable. Paladino at a state Capitol rally Friday said the state’s junior senator just follows orders from fellow Democrat Sen. Charles Schumer. Paladino called Gillibrand Schumer’s “little girl.” Gillibrand says […]

Lee Brenner: The Election Night Drinking Game: HyperVocal Edition

Game created by HyperVocal Editor-in-Chief, Slade Sohmer, and the HyperVocal team. For full game rules and to add your own, go to HyperVocal.com You’ve heard from the pundits. Relentlessly. You’ve seen the predictions. Reluctantly. You’ve been to the polling place. Presumably. Now there’s only one thing left to do after you vote as you gather […]

Bob Fitrakis and Harvey Wasserman: Charging Rove With Racketeering

Ohio election attorney Cliff Arnebeck has filed a two-count complaint against The Partnership for Ohio’s Future, an affiliate of the Ohio Chamber of Commerce. Arnebeck charges that the Partnership is “…not truly independent, but rather has been coordinated with the Republican candidates, their agents, committees, parties and their de facto coordinated national campaign being directed […]

Randall Amster: WikiLessons: War Is a Joke, But It Isn’t Funny

By now you’ve probably seen (or at least heard about) the recent WikiLeaks logs on Iraq (and previously on Afghanistan), which reveal a pattern of widespread brutality and official policies that belie any public overtures to liberation or human rights. For all of their impact and historical import, the WikiLogs are particularly noteworthy in that […]