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Nothing less hot than a man who doesn’t care about vaginas, women warn

Men who oppose basic funding for women’s health care should “go f**k themselves,” women say, because they won’t have any other options. This video was written by Andy Cobb and Katie Halper and uploaded by TheSecondCityNetwork on March 15 2011.…

House Republicans call emergency meeting to defund NPR

The House Rules Committee will hold an emergency meeting Wednesday to consider legislation to permanently prohibit federal funding of National Public Radio (NPR) after conservative activist James O’Keefe released a video smearing the news organization. The bill, H.R. 1076, was introduced by Rep. Doug Lamborn (R-CO), who is leading the…

Tea Party Nation claims to be under attack from ‘Anonymous’

The Tea Party Nation announced on its website Tuesday that its online forums had been attacked by the decentralized collective of hacktivists known as “Anonymous.” Judson Phillips, the founder of the Tea Party Nation, said the cyber attacks had been “mostly of the juvenile nature.” He claimed that members of…

Former Democratic Senator Evan Bayh to join Fox News

Fox News Channel announced Monday that it has signed former Indiana Governor and Senator Evan Bayh, a moderate Democrat, to its list of contributors. “Senator Bayh’s decades of experience in the political arena and his participation in key decisions in Washington will lend a valuable point of view to the…

Wisconsin Democrats nearly halfway to recalling GOP state senators

Almost half of the signatures needed to recall key Republican Wisconsin state senators have been collected by the Wisconsin Democratic Party. Democrats have collected over 56,000 signatures supporting a recall of eight state senators who aligned themselves with Republican Gov. Scott Walker’s controversial budget repair bill, The Washington Post reported.…

Senator Al Franken to introduce bill making net neutrality violations a crime

While House Republicans push to eliminate new net neutrality regulations adopted by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) announced Monday he will introduce legislation to make violations of net neutrality a crime. “I’m introducing a new bill that would call violations of net neutrality out for what…

Rep. Kucinich unable to visit accused WikiLeaks source

Congressman Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) has been unable to visit with Private Bradley Manning, the U.S. soldier accused of leaking State Department cables to WikiLeaks, despite being a member of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. “I put in a request to the secretary of defense, who referred me…

P.J. Crowley retires after remarks on Bradley Manning

P.J. Crowley will no longer be chief spokesman at the State Department after publicly criticizing the Pentagon for their treatment of Private Bradley Manning, the U.S. soldier accused of leaking State Department cables to secrets outlet WikiLeaks. Michael Hammer had been sent to the State Department to replace Crowley earlier…

Protesters in DC demonstrate against the PATRIOT Act

In Washington, DC on Sunday, demonstrators rallied in front of the White House in protest of repressive governments around the world. Included in the protests were those opposed to extending the USA PATRIOT Act, which gives law enforcement authorities sweeping surveillance powers that have been criticized for endangering innocent American’s…

Stephen King bashes Republicans at Awake the State rally

Speaking at a rally in Sarasota, Florida, celebrated author Stephen King talks about recently-elected tea party governors and says those as rich as himself do not pay enough taxes.…

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