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DeMint rants about ‘unborn children’ when asked about Republican ‘racist comments’

Former Sen. Jim DeMint (R-SC) on Sunday turned the subject to abortion and “unborn children” after being asked about “racist comments” that hurt the Republican Party brand. During a panel segment on NBC’s Meet the Press, host David Gregory asked DeMint to respond to former Secretary of State Colin Powell’s…

Ryan: Republicans ‘not preaching austerity,’ we’re offering ‘opportunity’

Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) is insisting that Republican budget plans which drastically cut discretionary spending on programs for the sick and the poor is an “opportunity” instead of “austerity.” NBC host David Gregory on Sunday pointed out to Ryan that New York Times columnist Paul Krugman recently argued that “the…

Boehner: Ending abortion ‘one of our most fundamental goals this year’

In a special message to the annual anti-abortion protest March for Life, House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) vowed that ending abortion would be one of the top priorities of Republicans this year. “Defending life, of course, is about much more than voting the right way or saying the right things,”…

Jerry Boykin feels humiliated ‘as a man’ with women in combat because of ‘personal hygiene’

An anti-Muslim retired lieutenant general says that he would not want to serve in a combat role with women because “personal hygiene and the other normal functions” are already “degrading and humiliating enough” without having the opposite gender on the battlefield. During a Sunday interview on Fox News, host Chris…

High schoolers help crippled cat walk again

A group of robotics students in Colorado teamed up with a veterinarian to devise a life-saving solution for one crippled kitty. According to CNN, the cat, Flipper, suffered a spine fracture that left her unable to control her hind legs, making it impossible for her to get around, and putting…

FDA panel pushing for new limits on access to Vicodin

Citing concern over increasing reports of addiction and overdoses, a Food and Drug Administration safety panel has recommended new restrictions on access to the commonly-used painkiller Vicodin and other products. The Wall Street Journal reported on Friday that the panel voted 19-10 to suggest that Vicodin and other products containing…

Newtown residents join thousands to march for stricter gun laws

A group of about 100 residents from Newtown, Connecticut were among the thousands who took part in a march for stricter gun regulations in Washington D.C. on Saturday. WJLA-TV reported that about 3,000 people were part of the march from the Capitol to the Washington Monument, which also attracted both…

WI sheriff tells residents to get ‘in the game’ and arm themselves

A Wisconsin sheriff has drawn criticism from other public officials for a radio commercial telling residents not to wait for authorities to help them and to arm themselves for protection. According to The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Milwaukee County Sheriff David A. Clarke Jr. can be heard in the ad saying,…

‘Charlie Brown’ actor explains stalking charges: ‘A girl broke my heart’

The actor who provided the voice of “Charlie Brown” told KFMB-TV on Friday that he suffered a nervous breakdown on account of being deceived by both his girlfriend and the plastic surgeon who operated on her. “A girl broke my heart,” Peter Robbins said from jail, where he is being…

At least 30 dead in Egypt after riots over soccer trial verdict

Street clashes killed at least 30 people in Egypt’s Port Said on Saturday after 21 supporters of a local football club were sentenced to death over a bloody stadium riot in the canal city. The violence comes a day after nine were killed in protests against President Mohamed Morsi on…

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