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Romney: No need to raise the minimum wage

Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney said Monday that he was against raising the federal minimum wage, which is currently $7.25 per hour. The Republican presidential candidate had previously said that he supported automatic increases in the federal minimum wage based on inflation. “A lot of conservatives led by the Wall…

Pat Robertson: Tornadoes wouldn’t happen if enough people prayed

Televangelist Pat Robertson on Monday tried to deflect the blame for tornadoes away from God, saying people shouldn’t build houses in the Midwest and could prevent the deadly storms by praying. “God doesn’t send tornadoes to hurt people,” he said. “We call them acts of God, but they’re not. All…

Bachmann to Piers Morgan: ‘Rude’ to say I am judgmental

Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) told CNN’s Piers Morgan on Monday that it was rude to describe her as judgmental because of her public opinions about homosexuality. “I am not here as anybody’s judge,” she said. “Well, you’ve been pretty judgmental in the past,” Morgan responded. “Me?” a surprised Bachmann said.…

Police arrest Occupy protesters chained to Palm Beach City Hall

Police in West Palm Beach have arrested four members of the Occupy Wall Street movement for trespassing after several protesters allegedly chained themselves to City Hall. West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio last week notified about 20 activists that they had until Thursday to leave protest site, according to The…

Janitors suspended for tying up 10-year-old students in school bathroom

A pair of janitors at the Gregory Elementary School in Long Beach, New Jersey were suspended Sunday afternoon for tying up and gagging four male students inside one of the school’s bathrooms. According to the FOX affiliate in New York, the two janitors took the boys, all age 10, into…

Romney on student debt: Join the military

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Monday told a high school senior not to expect any help from the government for college tuition unless he joined the military. At a town hall-style campaign event in Mahoning Valley, Ohio, a student who was hoping to go to college next year asked…

Santorum: ‘Higher-income people don’t have to pay taxes’

Republican presidential Rick Santorum is advising President Barack Obama not to raise taxes on the wealthiest 1 percent of Americans because “higher-income people don’t have to pay taxes if they don’t want to.” “Once we defeat Barack Obama this economy will start turning around,” the former Pennsylvania senator told a…

Coulter: Breitbart’s death is ‘like John Lennon dying’

Conservative pundit Ann Coulter says the untimely passing of Andrew Breitbart compares to the assassination of famed musician John Lennon. In an interview with The Daily Caller, Coulter asserted that there was no telling what Breitbart could accomplished if he had not died suddenly last week at the age of…

Imus calls Limbaugh ‘insincere pig’ after ‘slut’ apology

Fox Business Network host Don Imus is calling Rush Limbaugh an “insincere pig” after the conservative icon begrudgingly apologized to a Georgetown University law student for calling her a “slut” and a “prostitute.” In a statement on his website over the weekend, Limbaugh said he “sincerely” apologized to Sandra Fluke,…

U.S. officials: Stuxnet launched the next generation of warfare

In a fascinating segment Sunday night, CBS News’s 60 Minutes delved into the creation of the Stuxnet worm, a revolutionary piece of software that has given Iran’s nuclear program fits for years now. But it’s not just Iranian scientists who are now watchful for software attacks more sophisticated than anything…

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