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Gay ‘American Idol’ Star Clay Aiken Is Running For Congress

Former “American Idol” finalist Clay Aiken on Wednesday announced his bid to unseat second-term Rep. Renee Ellmers, R-N.C., in North Carolina’s 2nd congressional district. Aiken, who lost the singing competition’s second season to Ruben Studdard in 2003, will seek the Democratic nomination for the seat currently held Ellmers, who first won the seat held by…

Super Bowl Ads: America, Land of the Defeated?

Trifecta examines the Super Bowl commercials, and asks what these ads tell us about the American spirit. Did Bob Dylan’s Superbowl ad confirm that America has finally given up on manufacturing anything other than Chryslers? Did the Coca Cola, “America the Beautiful” ad show that there is no longer a common American spirit? Hear what…

New Coca-Cola Ad Captures The Wonders of Parenting

A new commercial for Coca-cola in Argentina beautifully sums up the wonders of parenthood and all the ups, downs, stains and sleeplessness that go with it. Bringing another human into the world is a magical feeling, a great responsibility and an experience so rewarding that anything else pales in comparison. You also get a small,…

NFL Bans Pro-Gun, Pro-Veteran Super Bowl Ad from Daniel Defense

It’s being reported at Guns & Ammo that Daniel Defense submitted an advertisement to be run during this year’s Super Bowl, but it was rejected out of hand (twice) by the league for being in violation of their rules regarding content which is deemed too offensive and on their prohibited advertising categories list. via HotAir

Half-baked: Gov’t Restricts Homemade Cookie Sales

Can the government arbitrarily restrict where home-baking entrepreneurs can sell their treats or how much they can sell? According to a new lawsuit from the Institute for Justice and two Minnesota home bakers and filed in Minnesota Second Judicial District, the answer is no. Minnesota bans home bakers from selling home baked foods like cakes,…