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Van Jones slams Huckabee: The average teacher doesn’t make $100,000

Former Obama administration green czar Van Jones criticized Republicans’ latest attack on public workers and their unwillingness to pass legislation that would help the country’s economy recover Sunday morning. Appearing on ABC’s This Week panel, Jones hit back at former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee’s usual attack on public employees, including…

Shuster rips WaPo blogger: Obama’s pot smoking not like Romney’s gay bullying

Current TV correspondent David Shuster on Sunday schooled a conservative Washington Post blogger for suggesting that President Barack Obama’s use of marijuana as a kid should be covered by the media like presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s alleged bullying of a gay student in 1965. During an appearance on…

Gov. O’Malley: Public sector cuts ‘a drag on the economy’

Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley (D) on Sunday attempted to clarify widely criticized comments recently made by President Barack Obama. During a news conference on Friday, the president said that 27 straight months of job creation showed the private sector was “doing fine.” Republicans quickly pounced on the comments, accusing Obama…

Peter King: Drones ‘carry out the policies of righteousness and goodness’

House Homeland Security Chairman Peter King (R-NY) on Sunday refused to confirm the existence of U.S. drone strikes in other countries, but later insisted that the unmanned flying machines were being used to “carry out the policies of righteousness and goodness.” During an interview on CNN, host Candy noted that…

Ann Coulter: Romney had ‘a Midas touch’ while being governor

Polarizing conservative figure Ann Coulter argued Sunday morning that presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney had a terrific record in all of his jobs, including being governor of Massachusetts. Upset over the Democrats continuing to attack Romney over Bain Capital, Coutler launched her latest full defense of the GOP top…

Huckabee: Justices should strike down health care to improve their polls

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) on Sunday advised justices on the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down President Barack Obama’s landmark health care reform law in order to improve their public approval rating. A New York Times/CBS News poll released last week showed that approval of the high court…

Obama to Netroots Nation: ‘Change is hard’ but always ‘possible’

President Barack Obama delivered a pre-recorded message to the progressive Netroots Nation annual event Saturday evening, emphasizing his administration’s accomplishments and trying to drive home the message for his base to choose him over Mitt Romney. Discussing the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” repeal and the end of the Iraq War,…

Liz Cheney suggests Obama personally behind intelligence leaks

The daughter of former Vice President Dick Cheney on Sunday suggested that President Barack Obama had personally authorized recent intelligence leaks. On Friday, Attorney General Eric Holder appointed two U.S. attorneys to investigate leaks about details of drone attacks and special forces strikes. Critics have claimed that the White House…

Rand Paul denies ‘secret deal’ to be on Romney ticket

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) on Saturday denied having made a secret deal to be on the ticket with presumptive GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney. “You know, I would say what I have said before,” he told CNN’s Don Lemon after being asked if he would consider running for vice president.…

Mitch Daniels: Wisconsin a ‘turning point’ for curbing unions

Republican Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels on Sunday suggested that all public worker unions should be dismantled and that the recent elections in Wisconsin were a “turning point” in curbing their rights. During an interview on Fox News, host Chris Wallace asked Daniels if Gov. Scott Walker’s (R) win in Wisconsin…

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