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Lugar’s tea party opponent: ‘Compromise’ means Democrats join Republicans

The tea party Republican candidate who defeated Indiana Sen. Richard Lugar (R) after six terms in Tuesday’s GOP primary says that his definition of “compromise” means that Democrats will have to come around the the right’s way of thinking. “What I’ve said about compromise and bipartisanship is I hope to…

Guardian journalist predicts 2012 will be last year both parties oppose same sex marriage

Ana Marie Cox, political columnist for the Guardian, on Tuesday night predicted the 2012 elections would mark the last time that both presidential candidates opposed same sex marriage. Even though North Carolina voted Tuesday to ban same sex marriage, Cox noted on MSNBC’s The Last Word that support for same…

Former ER star Noah Wyle explains ‘unsexy’ Medicaid activism

Former ER star Noah Wyle explained Tuesday why he decided to bring attention to “a very unsexy kind of issue” by getting arrested to protest Medicaid cuts. Wyle and more than 100 other people were arrested during a protest at the Capitol Hill in late April. “It was a good…

Anti-abortion activist Lila Rose: The Church must ‘rise up’

Anti-abortion activist Lila Rose said Tuesday that Christians needed to become more involved in politics and reclaim the United States, according to Right Wing Watch. On James Robison’s Life Today TV program, she was asked if she thought the “biggest mistake believers can make is to stay out of” the…

Sen. Mark Kirk discusses his stroke rehabilitation

Sen. Mark Kirk, a moderate Republican representing Illinois, released video on Tuesday that outlines the walking rehabilitation program he is currently undergoing. Kirk was elected in 2010 to the Senate seat previously held by President Barack Obama. In January, the 52-year-old Senator suffered an ischemic stroke and had to receive…

NC’s latest Republican birther candidate says Arpaio is a ‘great American’

A Republican running for U.S. House in North Carolina’s 8th Congressional District is continuing to insist that President Barack Obama is not an American citizen because he has examined the birth certificate of one of his staffers who was born in Hawaii. Speaking to CNN’s Anderson Cooper on Monday, Dr.…

Bullied LGBT Indiana teen expelled for bringing stun gun to school

An Indiana high school has expelled a bullied 17-year-old gay teen for brandishing a stun gun his mother had given to him for protection, according to the Indianapolis Star. Darnell “Dynasty” Young was ruthlessly bullied each day walking to and from school and work. After a recent altercation in which…

Romney mocks Obama’s ‘Julia’ pitch to female voters

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney on Tuesday chided President Barack Obama for using a cartoon character named “Julia” to explain how his policies benefit women and middle-class voters. “Liberals envision government guiding and providing every need of every citizen,” Romney said, reading from a teleprompter in Lansing, Michigan. “Government…

First grader suspended for singing LMFAO’s ‘I’m Sexy and I Know It’

A six-year-old Colorado boy returned to school Monday following a three-day suspension for quoting the popular song “I’m Sexy and I Know It” from music duo LMFAO twice to a female student. In an interview with HLN, first grader D’Avonte Meadows explained why he sung the ubiquitous track several times…

Asian authorities warn of risks in so-called ‘human flesh pills’

Some people believe that they contain the dried flesh of dead babies or aborted fetuses, others say just placental tissue. Chinese authorities claim they don’t exist, but so-called “human flesh pills” were first seized by authorities in South Korea last August. According to CNN, some 35 cases (approximately 17,000 pills)…

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