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The Premiere Episode of Season 4!

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on October 20, 2009 by halehalehale

The Season 4 Premiere! While Clark lounges on a cruise ship Hale discusses such important topics as interracial marriage, repealing Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, and equine taxidermy.
This is an episode not to be missed!

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The Daily Struggle Season 2 Finale: Mid Atlantic Leather/Obama Inauguration

Posted in Weekly Video Updates with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 27, 2009 by halehalehale

We have fixed the technical problems that were causing the delay.  The episode is back up!

The Finale Episode of Season 2!
The Mid-Atlantic Leather/Obama Inauguration Episode.

In this installment Hale & Clark explore the seedy underbelly of the Mid Atlantic leather fetish scene. Lots of SHOCKING footage.
They also share their experiences at Obama’s Inauguration. Lots more SHOCKING footage!

The Premiere Episode of Season 2!!!!

Posted in Weekly Video Updates with tags , on November 5, 2008 by halehalehale

Clark and Hale are back!
Today’s episode includes an ELECTION NIGHT PARTY, Hale’s experience at the polls, free starbucks, and OBAMA’S VICTORY!!!


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BREAKING NEWS: Electoral College Predictions

Posted in Daily Blog Updates with tags , , on October 29, 2008 by halehalehale

TheDailyStruggle.com Political Analysis Team has been slaving away over election polling data for months and has finally released the The Daily Struggle Electoral College Prediction Map.

The Political Analysis Team has predicted a win for Barack Obama who is coincidentally the very candidate that TheDailyStruggle.com is endorsing.

Our Political Analysis Team has been releasing Electoral College Prediction Maps before every presidential election since 1892 when they accurately predicted Grover Cleveland’s victory over Benjamin Harrison.

Nearly every one of our Team’s presidential predictions have come true with one notable exception:   In 1924 our Team predicted a landslide victory for Socialist Party candidate Robert M. LaFollette when in reality the presidency went to Republican Calvin Coolidge.