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LIVE: GOP candidates give Arizona, Michigan primary speeches

Republican presidential candidates react to the outcome of the Michigan and Arizona primaries. Watch video, courtesy of MSNBC, below: Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

Bill Maher: Guns are a religion in America

During an appearance on CNN’s Piers Morgan Tonight, comedian Bill Maher discussed Americans love of firearms in wake of the recent school shooting in Ohio. “We are never going to get rid of all the guns, but do we have to adore them?” he said Monday night. “Do we have…

Author: Pro-choice Ayn Rand ‘would have hated Ron Paul’

Gary Weiss, the author of Ayn Rand Nation, said Tuesday that despite some overlap between their political philosophies, the novelist Ayn Rand would have hated Texas Rep. Ron Paul. Many conservatives, most notably Glenn Beck, have renewed interest in the novels and philosophy of Rand. The Russian-born atheist author espoused…

Obama to UAW: I back U.S. workers and I’ll buy a Chevy Volt

President Barack Obama says he is so confident of the U.S. auto industry’s return to greatness that he is buying an American electric car at the end of his second term. In a fiery speech to the United Auto Workers (UAW) members on Tuesday, the president said that his decision…

Gingrich: ‘Transvestite’ invited me to ‘exorcism of Jerry Falwell’

Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich recently told a story about a “transvestite” he met to explain why he doesn’t agree with “San Francisco values.” Gingrich explained a 2006 fundraising pitch, in which had asked for donations so that conservative accomplishments were not “lost to the San Francisco values of would-be…

Joe Arpaio: ‘Latinos love me’

In a heated interview with Univision host Jorge Ramos this past weekend, controversial Maricopa Country, Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio claimed that Latinos actually love him. The Al Punto host wasn’t hesitant to tell Arpaio directly that he “was the face of racism and discrimination” to many Latinos, prompting the tea…

Romney: ‘Not willing to light my hair on fire’ to win

Mitt Romney has reinvented himself over and over again since he began campaigning in 1994, but he says there limits to what he will do to get elected. During a visit to his campaign headquarters in Michigan on Tuesday, a reporter asked the Republican presidential candidate why GOP voters were…

Cancer-stricken teacher assistant fired for missing work

A North Carolina woman has been fired from her job as teacher assistant because her former employer says cancer treatments caused her to miss too many days of work. Donna Sotomayor took leave from River Bend Elementary School in Raleigh to receive six chemotherapy treatments and 33 radiation treatments after…

Colbert: Romney is ‘plastic and uncomfortable’ like empty seats

The top two GOP presidential candidates’ bizarre moves this past weekend caught the attention of Stephen Colbert Monday evening, when he mocked Romney’s “plastic and uncomfortable” personality in an near-empty stadium and Santorum’s anti-elitism that would lead to “fewer opportunities” for the next generation. The Comedy Central host began analyzing…

Jon Stewart mocks Santorum for misinterpreting J.F.K. speech

Jon Stewart, the host of The Daily Show, highlighted the fact that Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum inverted the meaning of John F. Kennedy’s famous 1960 speech pledging to keep the Pope out of politics. Santorum said the speech made him want to vomit. “To say people of faith have…

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