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Anti-abortion extremist’s racist poem video attacks Samuel L. Jackson and Obama

Anti-abortion crusader Randall Terry has released a video mocking Samuel L. Jackson as the “New Uncle Tom” for his complicity in so-called “black genocide” by supporting President Barack Obama. Wearing a thick gold chain and speaking with a stereotypical urban accent, Terry performs his poem as “Sir Reginald Bling” to…

New York police brutally beat man for sleeping at synagogue

A confrontation with New York police that was caught on video last week has Jewish community leaders in New York City outraged. Responding to an anonymous tip about a potentially homeless man sleeping inside The Aliya Institute, two police officers confronted Ehud H. Halevy on Monday, October 8, and demanded…

Colbert on ‘Mystery Monkey’ attack: ‘Who knows who started it?’

Stephen Colbert revisited the case of Florida’s “Mystery Monkey” Monday, following reports that it bit an elderly woman last week. “I don’t believe you can call it an attack,” a local wildlife rescuer told WTSP-TV. “The monkey got on her shoulder, both sides freaked out.” Colbert was skeptical of that…

Jon Stewart: Fox News so desperate to spin VP debate they had to call a doctor

On his show Monday night, The Daily Show host Jon Stewart lampooned the reaction to the vice presidential debate at Fox News. Stewart noted that while the liberal hosts on MSNBC accepted that Romney outperformed Obama during their first debate, the hosts at Fox News did everything they could to…

Matt Taibbi: The Romney-Ryan tax plan should be laughed at

Rolling Stone contributing editor Matt Taibbi said Monday on Current TV that it was appropriate for Vice President Joe Biden to laugh at his Republican challenger Paul Ryan during last week’s debate. “I think what he did — and he got heavily criticized for laughing and bringing this mocking tone…

Russian group: ‘Gay milk’ illegally promoting homosexuality to children

The People’s Council, an anti-gay group in Russia, claims that Vesyoly Molochnik milk being sold in St. Petersburg violates the city’s ban on homosexual propaganda. The milk carton contains a rainbow, “a world-renowned symbol of the gay movement,” according to Anatoly Artukh of the People’s Council. “That immediately put me…

Soldier tackles Westboro Baptist Church member as crowd cheers

A member of the infamous Westboro Baptist Church was tackled on Saturday by an angry soldier at a funeral for fallen Army Staff Sgt. Donna Johnson in North Carolina. “So at the funeral today for Fallen Soldier Sgt. Johnson a Westboro member decided it would be smart to stomp on…

Jesuit priest on abortion: Not all moral law should be civil law

Father Thomas Reese, a Catholic Jesuit professor, told CNN on Monday that religious belief should not be used as the sole basis for laws, noting that the philosophically-inclined saints Augustine of Hippo and Thomas Aquinas actually believed prostitution should be legal, though they morally opposed it. “Faith has motivated people…

Watch: Helmet cam recording of jump from the edge of space

Footage broadcast on Austrian television shows the first moments of daredevil Felix Baumgartner’s 128,000-foot descent to Earth. Baumgartner ascended to the dizzying height inside a capsule attached to an ultra-thin 55-story helium balloon. More than 7 million people from across the world watched as he made the death-defying jump on…

Howard Kurtz: How can Romney face Putin if he’s afraid of Whoopi?

After Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s campaign announced on Monday that the candidate had canceled his Thursday appearance on ABC’s The View, media critic Howard Kurtz wondered how the former Massachusetts governor could stand up to Russian President Vladimir Putin if he couldn’t even take questions from Whoopi Goldberg. “Governor…

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