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Soledad O’Brien grills Romney adviser over ‘completely contradictory’ foreign policy

CNN host Soledad O’Brien on Monday held Romney senior campaign adviser Tara Wall’s feet to the fire on the former Massachusetts governor “completely contradictory” positions about whether Israel and the Palestinians could live in peace. In a secretly recorded video published by Mother Jones last month, Romney had told a…

NASCAR race ends in spectacular 25-car pileup

NASCAR champion Tony Stewart found himself upside-down and flying through the air on Sunday after he accidentally triggered a 25-car pileup on the last lap at the Talladega Superspeedway. Somehow, driver Matt Kenseth ended up winning the race after narrowly avoiding the mayhem in the video below. Even if NASCAR…

Russian man confesses to defacing Mark Rothko painting in London

A Russian man claimed responsibility Monday for defacing a painting by American modernist Mark Rothko at London’s Tate Modern gallery, saying it was part of a fringe arts movement he helped create. According to The Telegraph, Vladimir Umanets did not say where he lived but did confess to writing his…

Dover School Board member calls for the end of high school football over brain injuries

Dr. Paul Butler, a retired physician and Dover School Board member, isn’t happy about it, but he’s determined that the risk of concussion and brain injury to the district’s young players is too high to let the football program continue. “I think it’s bad to take this away, I certainly…

O’Reilly post-debate: ‘I’m not going to name’ political assassins

Appearing Sunday morning on ABC News, Republican talk show host Bill O’Reilly refused to name people he referred to as “political assassins” during a Saturday night debate with comedian Jon Stewart. RELATED: Watch: Jon Stewart debates ‘mayor of Bullshit Mountain’ Bill O’Reilly “That’s kinda dangerous territory for anyone in political…

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…

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