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Buffett: High corporate taxes are a ‘myth’

Billionaire investor Warren Buffett says that it’s a “myth” that high taxes are “strangling” U.S. corporations. In a Monday op-ed for The Wall Street Journal, Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum called for the corporate tax rate to be halved from 35 percent to 17.5 percent to “[r]estore America’s competitiveness.” CNBC’s…

Oscar-winning Iranian director pleads for ‘no hostility’

In one of the more poignant moments at the Academy Awards Sunday evening, Iranian director Asghar Farhadi displayed his admiration for his country in a passionate acceptance speech for his movie winning the Best Foreign Film award. “At this time, many Iranians are all over the world are watching us,…

Romney appeals to racing fans: My friends own NASCAR teams

For decades Republican presidential candidates having been heading to the racetrack to lockdown the “NASCAR dad” vote, but Mitt Romney’s pandering at the Daytona 500 on Sunday may have backfired. A reporter from The Associated Press casually asked the candidate if he followed the sport. “Not as closely as some…

LIVE: Shooting at an Ohio high school

Live coverage of a developing story, where a shooting has occurred at Cardon High School near Cleveland, Ohio. Four students have been shot as of this post’s publication. The gunman who committed the shooting has been taken into custody. UPDATE: One student has been confirmed dead from the shooting. Four…

Elementary students expelled for plotting to poison teacher

Three students were expelled from their elementary schools in Fresno, California Saturday afternoon for attempting to harm their teacher with rat poison in her coffee and cupcake’s icing. According to KFSN-TV, the three students have been transferred from Balderas Elementary to other schools, with two being placed at a community…

Conservative columnist: ‘Romney is a dork’

While discussing Mitt Romney’s admission of owning multiple cars, Washington Post conservative columnist Kathleen Parker labeled the GOP presidential candidate a “dork” Sunday morning. “You know Mitt Romney has a very hard time connecting, I think we’ve accepted that,” Parker said on Meet The Press. “And I think we can…

Will blasts West for complaining about gas while driving a Hummer

Conservative columnist George Will says it’s “economic nonsense” for tea party favorite Rep. Allen West (R-FL) to blame President Barack Obama for the high cost of putting gas in his Hummer. Writing on his Facebook page last week, West charged that Obama’s energy policy was “insidious political gimmickry.” “Here is…

Gibbs zings Gingrich: We’ll call him for lunar colony advice

Former White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs on Sunday dismissed foreign policy criticism from Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich, quipping that his advice was only valuable “[i]f there’s a problem on a lunar colony.” Last week, Gingrich had blasted President Barack Obama for apologizing to Afghans after U.S. troops reportedly…

O’Malley mocks Gingrich on $2.50 gas: He also promised moon colonies

Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley on Sunday suggested that Newt Gingrich’s recent promises about lowering the price of gas in America were absurd. Gingrich vowed to get gas prices down to $2.50 per gallon if elected president by increasing domestic energy production. But economists noted that the U.S. would have to…

Mitt Romney casted as ‘The Artist’

In the spirit of The Oscars, The Chris Matthews Show decided this weekend to humorously cast GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney as “The Artist.” The 70 second parody trailer features the characteristics of the Academy Award nominated silent film, and factors in Romney aesthetically looking the part of president until…

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