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Elizabeth Warren blasts Supreme Court as a ‘wholly-owned subsidiary of Big Business’

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) warned over the weekend that the United States Supreme Court had moved too far to the right and was on its way of becoming a “wholly-owned subsidiary of Big Business.” Speaking to the AFL-CIO’s 2013 Convention in Los Angeles on Sunday, Warren said that unions faced…

NFL player Arian Foster will teach daughter about ‘Flying Spaghetti Monster’ religion

National Football League (NFL) player Arian Foster of the Houston Texans recently said that he wanted his 4-year-old daughter to be open to all religious ideas and would even teach her about the “Flying Spaghetti Monster,” a mock religion used by atheists to protest intelligent design being taught as science.…

Iowa to allow the blind to carry guns in public

Lawmakers and law enforcement officials in Iowa are debating the merits of issuing blind citizens permits to acquire and carry concealed firearms. The legality of such permits is unquestionable: state law doesn’t allow sheriffs to discriminate on the basis of physical ability. Moreover, as Jane Hudson, the executive director of…

Bachmann, Gohmert and King’s surreal Egyptian presser blames Muslim Brotherhood for 9/11

Tea party-backed Representatives Michele Bachmann (R-MN), Louie Gohmert (R-TX) and Steve King (R-IA) on Saturday held a press conference in Egypt to thank the country’s military for overthrowing the elected government, and at one point even seemed to suggest that the Muslim Brotherhood had been behind the Sept. 11, 2001…

Bush neocon Dan Senor worries that Syria vote means that Congress won’t back Iran strike

Neoconservative Dan Senor, who worked to spin the Iraq war for the Bush administration, said on Sunday that he was worried that if Congress votes against military action in Syria then lawmakers may refuse to use military force against countries like Iran for the rest of President Barack Obama’s term.…

Eighteen-year-old honor student shot by family friend in ‘extremely tragic’ prank

Premila Lal, an 18-year-old Colorado track star and honors student, was shot and killed when she tried to play a prank on a friend. Lal’s father, Praveen, told KDVR that his daughter and her 12-year-old cousin entered their old house in order to surprise her 15-year-old brother. They hid in…

Ted Cruz opposes Syria attack because ‘we should be focused on’ Benghazi

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) says that one of the best reasons to oppose a U.S. military strike on Syria is that Congress should be focusing on the so-called scandal over last year’s terrorist attacks in Benghazi. In an interview on Sunday, ABC News host George Stephanopoulos asked the Texas Republican…

Bashar Assad tells Charlie Rose no evidence he is responsible for Syria chemical attack

Syrian president gives interview to PBS reporter but refuses to confirm or deny possession of chemical weapons The Syrian president, Bashar Assad, has said there is no evidence he is responsible for the deadly gas attacks the US government claims left 1,429 people dead, including 426 children. In an exclusive…

Juan Williams shuts down Benghazi hype at Fox News: ‘It’s gone, baby. It’s all in your head’

Fox News political analyst Juan Williams on Sunday told conservative colleagues Karl Rove and Brit Hume that their obsession about a so-called scandal over last year’s terrorist attack in Benghazi was “all in your head, baby.” During a Fox News Sunday panel segment devoted to the one year anniversary of…

Filmmaker Steve McQueen hopes his new movie ’12 Years a Slave’ opens up discussion

Filmmaker Steve McQueen said he hoped his new movie “12 Years a Slave” would open up fresh, frank discussion about the slave trade. “There’s a lot of shame about slavery in America and the West Indies,” McQueen told a press conference on Saturday. “There’s nothing to be forgiven for, it…

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