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Third-party candidates press on with their own debates

Despite being dismissed by at least one of the country’s two major political parties, third-party presidential candidates engaged in their own debates this week. Saturday, the National Public Radio program All Things Considered hosted a discussion between Green Party candidate Jill Stein and former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson, who…

Gingrich slams Romney’s debate honesty: ‘It’s clear he changed’ on tax cuts

Former Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich on Sunday admitted that GOP hopeful Mitt Romney had “changed” positions during last week’s debate when he claimed that he had not proposed a $5 trillion tax cut. “I don’t have a $5 trillion tax cut,” Romney had insisted on Wednesday. “I don’t have…

Matalin rages at Krugman: You ‘lied’ about Ryan proposing vouchers for Medicare

Republican strategist Mary Matalin on Sunday attempted to lecture Nobel prize-winning economist Paul Krugman, saying he had “lied” by claiming Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan’s wanted to turn Medicare into a voucher system. During panel discussion on ABC’s This Week, Wall Street Journal columnist Peggy Noonan asserted that Republican…

NPR anchor ties term ‘illegal immigrant’ to Nazi Germany

NPR Latino USA anchor María Hinojosa told MSNBC’s Chris Hayes Sunday her opposition to the term “illegal immigrant” stemmed from a conversation with Nobel Peace Prize winner and Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel years ago in which Wiesel said the term was part of the horrors he faced in his youth.…

Gibbs: Romney will ‘battle Sesame Street’ and ‘let Wall Street run hog wild’

Obama senior campaign adviser Robert Gibbs says that GOP hopeful Mitt Romney’s debate performance was “theatrical” but only proved that the Republican nominee would take “the battle straight to Sesame Street and let Wall Street run hog wild.” “Gov. Romney had a masterful, theatrical performance just this last week, but…

Alabama police shoot and kill naked college student

Relatives and peers of an Alabama college student say police mishandled the incident that ended in an officer shooting and killing him Saturday. According to WALA-TV, officials at the University of South Alabama said 18-year-old Gilbert Collar approached the campus police station naked and banged on the door, challenging the…

RNC Chairman Reince Priebus: Gary Johnson is a ‘non-factor’

Although former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson is gaining in the polls and is expected to be on the ballot in all 50 states as third-party presidential candidate, Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus insisted on Sunday that the libertarian was a “non-factor.” During an interview with Priebus on CNN,…

Watch: Jon Stewart debates ‘mayor of bullsh*t mountain’ Bill O’Reilly

Fox News host Bill O’Reilly and The Daily Show host Jon Stewart faced off at the Lisner Auditorium in George Washington University during a televised debate on Saturday night. Stewart began the debate by blasting Fox News, accusing the conservative networking of creating a false reality that he called “bullshit…

Big Bird says Mitt Romney made him famous

Though he’s been a mainstay on Sesame Street for decades, Big Bird said getting name-dropped by Mitt Romney this past week made him feel like he’s famous. “I was walking down the street and I felt like everybody recognized me,” he said during a rare nighttime sojourn, an appearance on…

Chris Wallace falsely claims it’s ‘not true’ Romney proposed $5 trillion tax cut

Fox News host Chris Wallace on Sunday agreed with GOP hopeful Mitt Romney’s claim during last week’s presidential debate that the Republican nominee had not proposed a $5 trillion tax cut. “I don’t have a $5 trillion tax cut,” Romney had said on Wednesday. “I don’t have a tax cut…

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