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Firemen rescue Calif. teen from chimney

A teen was rescued unharmed on Thursday after firemen removed a portion of a chimney at a home in Stockton, Calif., which the teen had tried to use as an entry into the building while returning after curfew. The home’s fireplace is reportedly in the teen’s bedroom, although the family…

Romney: I didn’t know what Medicaid was ‘before I got into government’

Millionaire Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney admitted Friday that he wasn’t sure what Medicaid was before being elected as governor of Massachusetts at the age of 55. “Medicaid, you wonder what Medicaid is, those that are not into all this government stuff,” Romney told voters at a campaign event in…

Bill Bennett: Hitchens ‘in for a big surprise’

Only hours after noted author Christopher Hitchens died of cancer, several of his famous Christian friends were declaring that the atheist would finally know that God is real. “He was left, I was right, but we had great debates, great drinking bouts,” conservative radio host Bill Bennett said on CBS…

SC Gov. Nikki Haley endorses Mitt Romney

South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley (R) announced Friday that she was backing Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. “Today is the day that I’m throwing all of my support behind Mitt Romney for president,” the tea party favorite governor declared in an interview on Fox News. Haley’s endorsement comes at a…

Colbert calls for ‘Blitzkrieg on Grinchitude’

Department stores don’t offer free gift-wrapping anymore, recession-era Santas are now revising children’s expectations downward, it’s all a bit too much for Stephen Colbert, who has declared the “Blitzkrieg on Grinchitude.” Because, as he and gun-toting Arizona families know, “Nothing says ‘Christmas’ like an AK-47.” Watch the clip, embedded via…

Jon Stewart: GOP’s Newt problem requires ‘Intervention 2012′

There comes a time in every dysfunctional, addictive relationship when a friend or family member has to initiate a frank and open discussion of the problem in order to begin the process of addressing the issue and ultimately healing. With that in mind, Republicans, Jon Stewart would like to have…

Gingrich: Abolish ‘anti-American’ Ninth Circuit judges

Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich declared Thursday that he would work to abolish federal judges if he didn’t agree with their “anti-American” or “dictatorial” rulings. At a GOP debate in Sioux City, Iowa, Fox News moderator Megyn Kelly noted that at least two conservative former attorneys general had blasted Gingrich’s…

Perry: ‘I’m the Tim Tebow of the Iowa caucuses’

Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry on Thursday did his best to pander to evangelical voters in Iowa with several references to Tim Tebow, an NFL quarterback for the Denver Broncos who is credits God for his recent streak of wins. “I’m kind of getting where I like these debates,” Perry…

WATCH LIVE: Final GOP debate before Iowa caucuses

Republican presidential candidates will debate one final time Thursday before the Iowa caucuses. Watch this live video from Fox News, broadcast Dec. 15, 2011.…

GOP Rep. Steve King tweets Dem Rep. is ‘boring’ during hearing

Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) called out Rep. Steve King (R-IA) during a hearing on Internet piracy Thursday for tweeting that she was boring. “We are debating the Stop Online Piracy Act and Shiela [sic] Jackson has so bored me that I’m killing time by surfing the Internet,” King wrote…

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