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Madonna defends LGBT rights and Pussy Riot at Russian concerts

Pop legend Madonna spoke in support LGBT people in Russia on Thursday as she completed a two-concert tour of the country that passed a ban on “homosexual propaganda” this year. According to Reuters, Madonna wore black lingerie with the words “No Fear” written across her back and distributed pink wristbands…

Michigan councilman gets Secret Service visit after depicting Obama’s head on a spike

A city councilman in Sterling Heights, Michigan says he was questioned by the U.S. Secret Service after video emerged of him at a tea party rally holding signs that depicted violence against President Barack Obama, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm (D). The Sterling…

Dem super PAC’s ad features ‘Allen West’ punching elderly white woman

Opponents are calling a Democratic super PAC in Florida shocking and even racist for its cartoonish depiction of Rep. Allen West (R-FL) punching an elderly white woman and laughing as he steals money from a black family. The bizarre production comes by way of the American Sunrise super PAC, financed…

Colbert: Newt Gingrich is ‘a baby-eating werewolf’

On the Colbert Report Thursday, host Stephen Colbert used the proud example provided by Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R-GA), who recently defended there accusations that Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin was a infiltrator working on behalf of the Muslim Brotherhood, to take a stand…

Jon Stewart mocks Ann Coulter’s outrage at Romney spokeswoman

Daily Show host Jon Stewart on Thursday night lampooned Priorities USA’s newest ad, which he summarized simply by saying, “Romney causes wife cancer.” Stewart also poked fun at the conservative outburst caused by a Romney spokeswoman who criticized the ad by saying the man’s wife would have survived under Romneycare.…

Maddow on Romney’s new ads: What’s going on?

On her show Thursday night, MSNBC host Rachel Maddow noted there had been a sudden shift in the focus of Mitt Romney’s ads. Romney’s ads in May and June were devoted to economic issues. But his most recent ads have focused on cultural issues. “August is young, but there has…

Liberal group accuses Rep. Joe Walsh of ‘stoking racial fears’

The liberal group Color Of Change blasted Rep. Joe Walsh (R-IL) on Thursday after he made condescending remarks about President Barack Obama, referring to him as “son.” “There’s something different on the ground, and I think it’s going to overtake us all again, think it’s going to overtake the political…

Eliot Spitzer: Why are we talking about ‘Obamaloney’ and ‘Romney Hood’?

On his show Thursday night, Current TV host Eliot Spitzer lamented that the mainstream media was focused on “Obamaloney” and “Romney Hood” while ignoring warnings about climate change. “Silliness has taken over — the capacity to raise tough issues dissipated, if not gone entirely,” he said. “Climate change appears to…

Victim of ‘Miami cannibal’ face-eating attack recalls the horrible incident

The victim of the so-called “Miami cannibal” told police officers that he briefly thought his attacker “was a good guy.” Rudy Eugene was shot dead in July by police after he was found eating Ronald Poppo’s face on the MacArthur Causeway in Miami. “He just ripped me to ribbons,” Poppo…

Rep. Todd Akin: Morning-after pills should be banned

Republican Rep. Todd Akin, who is running for Senate in Missouri, on Wednesday said that emergency contraceptive pills should be outlawed. “As far as I’m concerned, the morning-after pill is a form of abortion,” he told KCMO’s Greg Knapp, “and I think we shouldn’t have abortion in this country.” Akin…

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