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DREAM activist’s mother and brother arrested after raid (UPDATED)

Immigration officials arrested the family of an activist fighting for immigration reform on Thursday, reported Talking Points Memo. After raiding the home of Erika Andiola — who co-founded the DRM Action Coalition and is an outspoken advocate of the DREAM Act, which would offer young undocumented individuals a pathway to…

State suspends gun permit for CEO who said he would ‘start killing people’ over gun control

The CEO of a weapons and tactical training company has had his gun permit suspended by the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security after he published a video on YouTube in which he threatened to “start killing people” if President Obama pushes forward with increased gun control, reported News…

NRA President: ‘I don’t know that the NRA is that powerful’

The president of the National Rifle Association dismissed the idea that his group has much influence on lawmakers in an interview with NBC host Matt Lauer on Friday. “I don’t know that the NRA is that powerful,” said David Keene, whose organization spent $2.2 million in lobbying last year. “I…

Miss. gov. targets last abortion clinic: ‘My goal of course is to shut it down’

Republican Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant says that there is one abortion clinic in the state and “of course” his goal is to “shut it down.” A federal judge last year delayed enforcement of a law that abortion-rights advocates say is designed to be so restrictive that it effectively abolishes abortion…

‘Gun Appreciation Day’ chairman: Slavery wouldn’t have happened if slaves were armed

The chairman of Gun Appreciation Day may be taking “Django Unchained” a little too seriously. Larry Ward on Friday told CNN that he created the first annual Gun Appreciation Day just days before President Barack Obama’s inauguration and the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday to “honor the legacy of Dr.…

Tarantino loses temper in interview: ‘I am not your slave’

In a heated interview aired Thursday night, filmmaker Quentin Tarantino completely shut down a journalist who wanted him to speak about his views on violence in media, telling him: “I am not your slave and you are not my master.” “Why are you so sure there is no link between…

Portland residents panic as men armed with assault weapons ‘educate’ the city

Two men walked the streets of Portland armed with assault weapons earlier this week because they said they wanted to “educate” residents, who reacted by fleeing and calling police. Warren Drouin and Steven Boyce told KPTV that they were forced to take drastic measure to make sure people were aware…

Study suggests El Niño made worse by climate change

The cycle of warming and cooling in the Pacific Ocean, what most call El Niño, may be influenced by climate change, according to research published recently in the journal Science. Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology discovered this by taking 17 core samples from fossilized corals and analyzed their…

Eric Bolling: Shooting ’4 or 5 rounds per second’ is a constitutional right

Fox News host Eric Bolling on Friday insisted that assault-style rifles which can shoot “four or five rounds per second” were “protected under the Constitution.” In his weekly appearance on Fox & Friends, Fox News host Geraldo Rivera predicted that President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden would be…

Colbert: It’s never too early to declare Obama’s second term a failure

Thursday night on “The Colbert Report,” host Stephen Colbert took stock of President Barack Obama’s failed second term, which, he said, should begin in about two weeks. “And it’s a disaster,” he said. “But the point is, I gave it a chance.” High profile members of Obama’s first term team…

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