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Does 'No' Mean 'Yes' If You Know How to Spot It? (Rush Limbaugh Thinks So)

Does 'No' Mean 'Yes' Sometimes?

by AdriHead

On his radio show Monday, Rush Limbaugh suggested that "no" actually means "yes" if you know how to spot it.

Is Joe Biden Embarrassing America?

Is Joe Biden Embarrassing America?

by AdriHead

Vice President Joe Biden has a sometimes-unfiltered way of going about politics -- and Republicans think it's downright embarrassing.

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