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Husband allegedly shot, left wife in critical condition at Christian university in Alabama

An Alabama woman was in stable condition on Wednesday after being shot at Faulkner University, a private Christian school in Montgomery. The Montgomery Adviser reported on Wednesday that 37-year-old Reginald Brown had been charged with attempted murder and illegally possessing a firearm after he allegedly shot a school maintenance worker…

WATCH LIVE: Presidents Obama, Clinton and Carter join others to commemorate ‘I Have A Dream Speech’ anniversary

President Barack Obama, former President Jimmy Carter and former President Bill Clinton will be joined by civil rights activist and Rep. John Lewis (D-GA), , Caroline Kennedy, LBJ’s daughter Lynda Johnson Robb, Oprah Winfrey, Forest Whitaker and Jamie Foxx at the commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the March on…

San Diego Republican denies public masturbation story

The San Diego, CA congressional candidate whom a colleague accused of openly masturbating in a City Council men’s room in 2009 is vehemently denying the story, calling it “disgusting, humiliating and nothing more than a character assassination attempt.” Carl DeMaio told San Diego’s NBC Channel 7 that the story is…

Colorado man reportedly confesses to raccoon revenge killing: ‘All raccoons must die!’

A 50-year-old Colorado man has reportedly confessed to authorities that he attacked a pair of raccoons in a bid for revenge for the death of his cat years ago. KCNC-TV reported on Tuesday that Richard Moller told police he suffered a 10-minute “glitch” of anger on Monday that caused him…

CNBC host Larry Kudlow: Keystone pipeline is a great place for animals to ‘snuggle’

CNBC host Larry Kudlow this week dismissed a letter from the Interior Department warning about dangers to wildlife if the Keystone XL pipeline was completed, and instead speculated that it would be a good place for animals to “snuggle” for warmth. In an April 29 letter posted to the Interior…

North Carolina man accused of killing and dismembering wheelchair-bound roommate

A 33-year-old North Carolina man faces a first-degree charge for allegedly killing his wheelchair-bound roommate, then using a hacksaw to dismember his body. WSOC-TV reported on Tuesday that Brian Hord was arrested at the apartment he shared with 70-year-old Richard Gentry in Gastonia, North Carolina, late Tuesday night. Authorities were…

Cory Booker’s Republican opponent: Washington Post interview ‘helps get him the gay vote by acting ambiguous’

While New Jersey senatorial candidate Cory Booker admitted to the Washington Post that he has started dating again, his Republican opponent suggested on Tuesday that Booker was engaging in political courtship. “Maybe that helps him get the gay vote, by acting ambiguous,” Steve Lonegan told Newsmax host Steve Malzberg. “That…

Gun-loving, libtard-hating police chief accused of threatening city official

A suspended Pennsylvania police chief who gained national attention for posting gunfire- and profanity-filled videos on YouTube has now been accused of threatening a city official. Gilberton Police Chief Mark Kessler uploaded another video to YouTube on Monday. In the video, Kessler shoots at a picture of an evil “tyrant”…

Creationist: Miley Cyrus twerking is ‘the fruit of humanism’

Secular humanism is to blame — at least partially — for the gyrating gluteus maximus of Miley Cyrus, according to creationist Ray Comfort. Tuesday on their Internet-based video show, Comfort and his colleagues discussed the former Disney child star’s raunchy performance at the MTV awards. “She has prostituted herself in…

Cornel West: Market-driven culture has destroyed virtue

The failure of civil rights leaders to address “Wall Street criminality” illustrates how money has corrupted American culture, according to Professor Cornel West. At book launching event on August 24 following the 50th Anniversary March on Washington, West condemned mainstream civil rights leaders for ignoring many the deeper issues affecting…

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