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Lauren Mayer: Something's Nutty in Kansas

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Lauren Mayer Psychomom Kansas


Lauren Mayer is a singer/songwriter/pianist who writes comedy songs about everything from Supreme Court decisions to the Kardashians. She proudly supports leftist causes including equal pay, reproductive choice, fair minimum wage, addressing climate change, and marriage equality.
Note: Check out Lauren's CDs, including her latest, "If My Uterus Were A Gun (And Other Musical Rants From The News)" - available at "http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/laurenmayer8" as well as on iTunes and Amazon.

From YouTube

Gosh, Toto, I've a feeling elections aren't normal in Kansas anymore!

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Lauren Mayer: Mid-terms! (Polling, Polling, Polling)

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Lauren Mayer is a singer/songwriter/pianist who writes comedy songs about everything from Supreme Court decisions to the Kardashians. She proudly supports leftist causes including equal pay, reproductive choice, fair minimum wage, addressing climate change, and marriage equality.
Note: Check out Lauren's CDs, including her latest, "If My Uterus Were A Gun (And Other Musical Rants From The News)" - available at http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/laurenmayer8 as well as on iTunes and Amazon.

Please note: Lauren will be part of "Comico Cabaret" at Society Cabaret in San Francisco - 2 nights of comedy songs with a variety of terrific performers! (I'm there on Sat. Oct. 18) www.societycabaret.com

From YouTube:

Sorting through all the conflicting polls makes me want to sing a wild-west theme song . . . .

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Crowdpac, the Latest Way to Digitally Match Donor and Politician

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Republican Math

Just in time for the 2014 mid-terms, Crowdpac was invented to help the voter filter and find candidates they are in ideological and practical political harmony.

One of the Crowdpac co-founders was on The Daily Rundown on MSNBC, and had some fascinating insights to the new online resource to share with a soon-departing Chuck Todd.

Seems like a political version of Match dot com. You plug in your beliefs and the specifics of your politics and peccadillos … in the wake of Citizens United and other SCROTUS insults to the American voter.

braceyourselves

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Voter Suppression Continues to Confound and Infuriate non-Republicans

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Once in a while old Tweety, aka Chris Matthews, knocks one toward the cheap seats, and Wednesday was one of those episodes of 'Hardball'.

I have the biggest crush on Fugelsang, full disclosure. I married for humor, but hotness was also included.

Here he and Joy Reid helped Matthews with a large and thorny issue,

Then to compliment the Tweety goodness, Ezra Klein subbing for Chris Hayes got the actual author, the hard hitting fellow who did the Voter ID Study that's sweeping to great acclaim. And horror.

From MSNBC:

What are voter ID laws even for?
A new investigation finds just 31 credible incidents of voter impersonation over 14 years and one billion ballot

Well that's post-Tea Party DefCon Amurrika, right thar' … we didn't think we as a country could Go Dumber than we did in 2000 for an endless, ubër-mockable, embarrassing, humiliating, eight years o' Dubbayhah.

We are SO better than this as a country. A democratic country. We supposedly monitor less worthy cow entries elections with a spyglass, but our own citizens face voter impression.

Humiliating, is what these efforts are - embarrassing and shameful also come to mind. It seems our GOP, The Tea Years, is bent on having only old white men and their Stepford Spouses count at the polls. Truly heart-sickening.

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