Sarah Warden

Sarah Warden
Albany, New York, USA
July 19
Author of the novel Three Fifths of Love available as an ebook on amazon. Freelance writer...Contact me at


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JANUARY 17, 2012 3:31PM

Millionaire Mitt Only Pays 15% Tax Rate


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During last nights GOP debate in South Carolina, all five of the remaining candidates were asked what they thought the tax rate should be in the United States. The man most likely to be the Republican nominee, Mitt Romney, said, “I would like 25 percent, butRead full post »

JANUARY 16, 2012 8:40AM

Jon Huntsman Drops Out of GOP Race

Jon Huntsman

After a disappointing third place finish in the New Hampshire primary last week, and amid indications that he was polling worse than Comedy Central’s Stephen Colbert in the upcoming

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Mitt Romney made history in New Hampshire last night; he is the first Republican candidate to win both the Iowa Caucus and the New Hampshire Primary, without already being the incumbent president. Political commentators, so ready to write his “I like beingRead full post »

JANUARY 10, 2012 9:22AM

Last Night on The Bachelor

Sonoma Valley



(Also Known As The Manipulative Model Vs. The Gingerbread Prostitute)


Last nights episode of The Bachelor started out innocently enough. All of the women boarded a plane, and flew to Sonoma Valley to visit Ben at his family’s vineyard. He awarded the first dateRead full post »

Part One: The Saturday Snooze Fest


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On Saturday night and Sunday morning, the Republican candidates for president met in two debates in New Hampshire, with less than 12 hours between showdowns. The Saturday night debate at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, NH was really moreRead full post »

JANUARY 6, 2012 8:16AM

Casey Anthony Is Back


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Casey Anthony made her first public appearance this week since her July acquittal of murder in the death of her daughter, Caylee Anthony. On Thursday, by means of an online video diary posted without her permission on YouTube, Casey prattled on about the computer aRead full post »

JANUARY 5, 2012 3:48PM

Grey's Anatomy Refresher


Tonight is the first episode of Grey’s Anatomy since November 10, 2011.When I heard that there was finally going to be a new episode, I was bothered by this vague feeling that something important had happened to my favorite TV doctors…something important that is supposed to be res/Read full post »

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JANUARY 4, 2012 11:31AM

The Iowa Caucus Results


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Mitt Romney’s win in the Iowa Caucus last night was the kind of half-hearted complement that leaves the soul unsatisfied, and in search of something else. Mitt Romney won Iowa by 8 votes after spending the past 5 years campaigning there, and funneling millions of dollars iRead full post »



Ben from the Bachelor 2012


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JANUARY 2, 2012 5:11PM

If Rick Santorum Wins the Iowa Caucus, Does It Matter?


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The Iowa Caucus is tomorrow and, according to the Des Moines Register poll released on December 30th, the Republican field appears to have narrowed to three: Mitt Romney, Ron Paul, and Rick Santorum.


Mitt Romney: 24%

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DECEMBER 31, 2011 4:33PM

Happy New Years...Or Apocalypse 2012?






The Mayan calendar ends its 5,125 year long cycle on December 21, 2012, at roughly the same time that our Sun is also scheduled to enter the end of its 11 year cycle in the Spring of 2012 (normally accompanied by an increase in solar flares).Read full post »



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Tensions have been building between the United States and Iran for years, and began to really ramp up in November. Almost two months ago, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) made a report to the United Nations indicating that Iran is actualRead full post »

DECEMBER 28, 2011 3:43PM

A Look Back At 2011, With An Eye On 1776





I have been in love with history all of my life, and have been awed particularly by those moments when there seems to be a kind of collective awakening, or enlightenment; fragments of time where, simultaneously, around the world, citizens in country after country reach oRead full post »

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The days leading up to Christmas this year were full of the kind of mundane tragedies that usually result in some fit of misdirected rage on my part.



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If you are a writer, you lost a modern Shakespeare late last night. If you are interested in politics, you lost an eloquent teller of the hardest truths. If you

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A conservative group in Iowa, the Family Leader, has asked all of the Republican candidates for president to sign a pledge to oppose gay marriage and, on Monday,

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DECEMBER 13, 2011 12:47PM

Occupy Oakland And Labor Are On the Same Side

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The American Spring took a huge step forward yesterday. In California, demonstrators successfully shut down the Port of Oakland in the morning and, by the evening, the companies that operate

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If last nights Republican Presidential Debate in Des Moines, Iowa was a poker match, Michele Bachmann went all in, Newt Gingrich checked and didn’t make a mistaRead full post »





I’m going to force myself to watch the Republican Presidential Debate tonight, and I swear I will write a serious article about that tomorrow, but for today…it’s Saturday and I’d much rather talk puppies. As a gay woman, it will be nice to have sRead full post »

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DECEMBER 9, 2011 11:01AM

Knavish Newt: Could He Win It All?


Quinnipiac currently has Newt Gingrich at 44% to Obama’s 46% in their polls in Florida; in Ohio, Gingrich is besting Obama 43-42%, and Rasmussen Reports recent nationwide poll has

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On Pearl Harbor Day, according to Google Trends, we’re reading about Alec Baldwin not being able to play Words with Friends on an airplane, Rod Blagojevich’s sentencing for trying to

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DECEMBER 6, 2011 3:45PM

The President's Speech


Image by Dehaan (Own work) [CC-BY-SA-3.0-us (], via Wikimedia Commons

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DECEMBER 3, 2011 5:54PM

And Then There Were Two...The End of the Cain Train





With today’s announcement from Herman Cain that he is suspending his presidential

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