Don’t Drone Me

Image copyright HillaryClinton.com Political souvenirs and memorabilia are a staple of modern political events. Candidates and their campaigns are increasingly trying to get in on the game, however – and it’s not just yard signs and bumper stickers anymore. When you think about campaign memorabilia merchants, Robin McNamara is probably the kind of person who […]

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Image copyright HillaryClinton.com Political souvenirs and memorabilia are a staple of modern political events. Candidates and their campaigns are increasingly trying to get in on the game, however – and it’s not just yard signs and bumper stickers anymore. When you think about campaign memorabilia merchants, Robin McNamara is probably the kind of person who […]

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For the thirsty, there’s a “progress pint glass,” which the website jokes is “Made from 100% shattered glass ceilings,” as well as a coffee mug with the slogan “red, white and brew” and a to-go tumbler with “I ❤ H” on it. … read more at: https://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/hillary-clinton-launches-online-shop-build-brand-article-1.2235664

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Buy Photo Gene Nassif, dressed as an Obamacare Surgeon (center), clinks drinks with Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul in his $18 Trillion debt shirt after Nassif bought Paul a Confluence Des Moines IPA Friday, Oct. 30, 2015, during the Rand Paul Liberty Halloween Party at Buzzard Billy’s in Des Moines.(Photo: Michael Zamora/The Register)Buy Photo Rand […]

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Investing millions in promotional products helped fuel the unexpected rise of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders – and reinforced promo’s essential role in the race for our nation’s highest office. Two political outsiders – one a successful businessman, the other a long-time independent – run for office. The former’s presence in the race is regarded […]

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If you’re shopping for the political nerd in your life, look no further than the websites of many 2016 presidential candidates.  For Democrats, there’s the “Grillary Clinton” apron. For Republicans, there are options ranging from a giant Rand Paul birthday card to a Jeb Bush guacamole bowl. Campaign stores are a way for candidates to […]

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by Dennis Crouch We all get frustrated. After an examiner rejected his client’s application for a telescoping tripod sprinkler, patent attorney Andrew Schroeder could no longer resist and filed the following remarks: REMARKS: Are you drunk? No, seriously…are you drinking scotch and whiskey with a side of crack cocaine while you “examine” patent applications? (Heavy […]

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White House Down might not seem the most culturally significant of films. It’s the second Die-Hard-in-Washington thriller we’ve seen this year, following Olympus Has Fallen in April, so you might well argue that its only distinction is to make a Gerard Butler action movie seem plausible in comparison. But wait. Film historians may yet have […]

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If Mr. Hess was the movement’s visionary, its political strategist was Murray N. Rothbard, an economic historian at the Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute. Formerly a “hard-right” Republican, he, too, had been seeking to break the stranglehold of the two parties, which he argued had perpetuated an oppressive “warfare” and “welfare” state. Together, they urged campus conservatives, […]

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“I think we accomplished something,” Paul said after he was done. Paul has been here before, rocketing to prominence in 2013 after speaking for 13 hours on the Senate floor — and vowing in his new book to wear tennis shoes the next time he filibustered. Last time, he had help from a large group […]

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