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Rick Santorum: ‘Conservatives beginning to get it’

After sweeping GOP contests Tuesday in Missouri, Minnesota and Colorado, Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum says conservative voters are finally beginning to understand that he is the strongest candidate to take on President Barack Obama. “I believe conservatives are beginning to get it, that we provide the best opportunity to…

Nader: Airline tried to charge me $2,680 for aisle seat

Ralph Nader, a perennial presidential candidate and longtime consumer advocate, ran into something of a problem recently when flying to Texas from Connecticut. After asking for an aisle seat due to his 6 ft. plus frame, he was informed by an American Airlines representative that there were no more available…

Michelle Obama battles Jimmy Fallon in fitness challenge

Continuing with the promotion of her “Let’s Move” fitness campaign, First Lady Michelle Obama invited comedian Jimmy Fallon to the White House to compete against him in a series of physical activities. Tuesday night’s episode of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon showed the NBC host and Mrs. Obama compete in a…

WATCH LIVE: Santorum, Romney address supporters after caucuses

Watch the candidates speak after the Missouri primary and the Minnesota and Colorado caucuses, courtesy of MSNBC Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy [Image via Gage Skidmore on Flickr, Creative Commons licensed]…

President Obama fires ‘marshmallow cannon’ in White House

More than a hundred students from across the country participated today in a special White House science fair. Exhibits on display included a Skype-using robot, a portable disaster shelter, and 14-year-old Joey Hudy’s “Marshmallow Cannon,” which the president tried his hand at firing. Watch the video, embedded via NBC Nightly…

Ex-Komen exec calls defunding Planned Parenthood ‘neutral ground’

A former executive for Susan G. Komen for the Cure breast cancer charity says that the decision to defund Planned Parenthood was an attempt to “move to neutral ground.” After resigning from the charity Tuesday, Karen Handel admitted to Fox News host Megyn Kelly that she was “clearly involved in…

Michael Steele to Dan Choi: LGBT rights aren’t like black rights

Former Republican National Committee (RNC) chairman Michael Steele on Tuesday said he didn’t “appreciate” the comparison between laws banning interracial marriage to laws that prevent same sex couples from marrying. While the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals was the in process of finding California’s same sex marriage ban unconstitutional,…

O’Reilly: More ‘bigotry against pro-life people than gay people’

Fox News host Bill O’Reilly declared Monday evening that hatred for pro-life advocates is stronger in America than for gay people. In a discussion about social issues, regular O’Reilly guest Bernie Goldberg condemned “the bigotry on the right” for attacking Ellen DeGeneres’ and the LGBT community. “Reasonable people may disagree on…

‘Charlie McAwesome’ glitter bombs Ron Paul

A man going by the name “Charlie McAwesome” made it official Monday night: every remaining Republican presidential frontrunner has been glitter bombed. At a campaign event in Minneapolis, “McAwesome” doused Texas Congressman Ron Paul with sparkly particles as he was leaving the stage, according to City Pages. “Housing and healthcare…

Axelrod suggests White House could back down on birth control

A top adviser to President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign suggested on Tuesday that the administration was open to working with Catholic hospitals and universities over their objections to providing birth control services to women. “I’m less concerned about the messaging of this than to find a resolution that makes sense,”…

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