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Samuel Adams Just Took Their IPA Game Up 300% With Rebel Rider Session IPA And The Rebel Rouser Double IPA

Samuel Adams IPAs. Photo by Grae Stafford, The Daily Caller.

Samuel Adams did a good thing when they released their Rebel IPA just about two drunken Christmases ago. Really great stuff. And making it permanent? A marked departure from their malty traditions. Life for a hop head was never hard in Boston, with breweries like Harpoon and Opa-Opa delivering some fantastic beers, but life still got a little easier when the Boston Beer Company joined the party.

Dem calls for investigation, tighter rules following Ron Paul double-payment allegations

12:03 PM 02/22/2012

Democratic Rep. Mike Quigley, chairman of the bipartisan Congressional Transparency Caucus that he co-founded with Republican Rep. Darrell Issa, is proposing the House of Representatives strengthen congressional travel reporting requirements following reports on Rep. Ron Paul collecting twice --- once from taxpayers and once from non-profits --- for flights he has been taking, Roll Call reported on Wednesday.

Pro-Obama super PAC a bust in January fundraising

7:35 AM 02/21/2012

The big-money vehicle intended to raise astronomical sums to serve as the Democratic counter to similar action by Republican-funded super PACs and outside groups is failing miserably, federal documents filed Monday showed.

‘Obama’ wants your money, and he’s got a gun

10:26 AM 02/02/2012

Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman-Schultz was not the only famous face traipsing around Florida crashing parties. Early on Saturday morning, a gunman wearing a mask police say resembled "a likeness" to President Barack Obama, robbed a McDonalds in Riviera Beach, the Sun-Sentinel reports.

Stephen Colbert’s super PAC raises over $1 million

7:59 AM 01/31/2012

The disenchanted voters of America --- or just those with a good sense of humor --- aren't simply getting their news from liberal Comedy Central comedians Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert, they're sending their money, too. On Tuesday morning, Colbert (and formerly Stewart's) satirical super PAC, "Americans for a Better Tomorrow, Tomorrow," announced that it had raised over $1 million, the New York Times reports. (GAME: Guess that super PAC!)