We want you to do your patriotic duty and cast an educated vote for the candidate whose artificial behavior and disingenuous actions most suit your own. You know they're all phonies, but which one is your phony?
In the movie The Magic Christian, you might remember how people dove into a cesspool after the dirty dollars that were thrown there. People were willing to cover themselves in excrement just for the sake of the almighty dollar. Now that the dollar is not so almighty anymore, perhaps there's a better way to be a Magic Christian.
The attempted assassination of Gabrielle Giffords brought about another finger storm of thunderpoints in the media, each one blaming the other for the rhetoric that seems to be turning our nation into a tinderbox.
As Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton battle for votes, the Democratic nomination could be decided at the national convention, so local delegates -- and the caucuses where they're elected -- were buzzing. On Saturday, Massachusetts' 10 congressional districts held an election for each candidate.
Every presidential candidate pledges energy independence and fewer emissions. But this country imports more than 200 billion gallons of oil a year. How will we replace that with nuclear, wind, solar, geothermal and biomass, which together make up only a fraction of our energy portfolio?
Despite their own ineligibility to vote, throngs of high school and even junior high school students are choosing to spend their free time as volunteers for political campaigns -- and not because their schools require it, or because they were coerced by their parents or are padding college applications. Rather, it appears these kids truly care.
The fender-bender itself was not earth-shattering news. But as the governor gears up for a 2014 re-election campaign against likely Democratic challenger Vincent Sheheen, the previously unreported car accident raised questions about whether Haley uses state-owned vehicles to travel to campaign fundraising events.