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Colbert woos ‘Darth ‘Bama’ with ‘power of the green side’

In a segment Tuesday night, Comedy Central host Stephen Colbert managed to combine super PAC political spending with a clever Star Wars analogy, converting President Barack Obama into “Darth ‘Bama” by wooing him with “the power of the green side.” Donning a cloak and hood during a segment about how…

Leno to O’Reilly: ‘This anti-gay thing, it doesn’t make any sense’

Fox News host Bill O’Reilly told NBC’s Jay Leno on Tuesday that people should cut Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum some slack for his “dopey comments” on social issues. “I have no idea what Rick Santorum stands for,” Leno admitted to O’Reilly. “All I know is, he doesn’t like condoms,…

Obama sings ‘Sweet Home Chicago’ at blues concert

At the prompting of musician Mick Jagger, President Barack Obama took center stage at a White House concert on Tuesday night, seizing the mic and crooning with the best of them to the tune “Sweet Home Chicago,” putting on display a singing voice that’s only been heard in public once…

Jon Stewart: Virginia ultrasound law ‘a TSA pat-down inside your vagina’

On his show Tuesday night, The Daily Show host Jon Stewart blasted controversial legislation expected to be passed by the Virginia legislature that would require women seeking an abortion undergo a medically unnecessary trans-vaginal ultrasound. Since most abortions are performed in the first trimester, when the fetus is too small…

Lou Dobbs: Dr. Seuss story indoctrinates children against big industry

Fox Business host Lou Dobbs warned Tuesday that a movie adaptation of Dr. Seuss’ children’s book The Lorax was indoctrinating children against big industry. Another movie, the animated Japanese film The Secret World of Arrietty, he derided for allegedly encouraging children to borrow things. He claimed the movies were “demonizing…

Law professor: Supreme Court could send affirmative action to the ashbin

George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley said Tuesday night that the U.S. Supreme Court probably has enough votes to rule against racial preference in college admissions. On Countdown with Keith Olbermann, he noted that Justice Anthony Kennedy, who very often determines contentious cases, had previously voted against affirmative action.…

Gov. Christie: Warren Buffett should just ‘shut up’

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) said Tuesday that he was tired of hearing about billionaire investor Warren Buffett, who has lamented the fact that he paid a lower tax rate than his secretary. “He should just write a check and shut up,” Christie said during an appearance on CNN.…

Parody mocks Virginia trans-vaginal ultrasound bill

A video uploaded to YouTube on Tuesday mocks legislation proposed in the Virginia Senate that would require women seeking an abortion to undergo a medically unnecessary ultrasound and be given an opportunity to view the ultrasound image. Since most abortions are performed in the first trimester, when the fetus is…

What would an all-women panel have to say about men’s junk?

Inspired by the Republican led House’s hearing on birth control featuring an all-male panel, comedian Andy Cobb decided to flip the script with an all-female panel discussing men’s health. The women recommend that men roll up their private parts “in a tiny ordorless porch,” and shove an aspirin “up their…

Romney reverses course, praises ‘important role’ of labor unions

Hoping to make up lost ground in Michigan, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Tuesday reversed course and praised labor unions. At a town hall campaign event in Shelby Township, the candidate told supporters that “labor unions play an important role in our society.” “There are some like the carpenters…

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