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Woman refuses to stop for police because she was ‘topless’

A woman from Marion County, Florida refused to stop for police who tried to pull her over for speeding because she claimed she removed her top to impress her boyfriend. Mandy Ramsey was arrested Saturday by police who said she was going 71 miles per hour 55 mile-per-hour zone. Police…

Fox News analyst: Sikh temple massacre ‘not domestic terrorism’

Fox News senior judicial analyst Andrew Napolitano is insisting that it was “not domestic terrorism” for a white supremacist to shoot seven people dead at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin, but a Muslim U.S. Army major killing 13 coworkers at Ft. Hood was. Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday that the…

Sikh shooter’s stepmother: Army changed a ‘lovely, gentle child’

The stepmother of a man who died after allegedly killing seven at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin says that Wade Michael Page was a “lovely, gentle child” who was never the same after leaving the U.S. Army. “The last time I saw Wade was at Christmas time and he was…

Curfew lifted after toxic smoke from Chevron refinery fire contained

San Francisco-area residents were allowed to leave their homes late Monday night after a fire at a nearby refinery was contained, but not before it led to a scare in local emergency rooms. According to KRON-TV, officials at Chevron say a diesel seal broke at the company’s refinery in Richmond,…

Republican chairman wants Palin to speak at convention

Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus on Monday said that he hoped that former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin would have a speaking role at this month’s Republican National Convention. During an interview on Fox News, host Greta Van Susteren asked the RNC chairman if Palin would be at the…

Colbert’s tip for businesses: Be more controversial

In covering the tempest surrounding Chick-Fil-A Monday on The Colbert Report, host Steven Colbert hit upon a new business strategy: Don’t run away from controversy, embrace it. “Just associate your product with a divisive political position and wait for the cash to roll in,” he said, before pitching some trial…

Jon Stewart calls out Judy Miller for hypocrisy on national security leaks

The irony of former NY Times reporter Judith Miller using her perch at Fox News to castigate the Obama administration for recent national security leaks was not lost on The Daily Show’s Jon Stewart, who used his Monday night broadcast to call her out. Miller –a Pulitzer-Prize winner– became infamous…

Maddow mocks Wheaton College over contraception coverage

MSNBC host Rachel Maddow on Monday mocked Wheaton College, located in a Chicago suburb, for challenging the contraception mandate while providing emergency contraception. The new Health & Human Services Department mandate requires most employers to provide free birth control coverage in their health insurance policies. “When the Obama administration unveiled…

Fox News anchor asks about ‘anti-Semitic acts’ against Sikhs

Fox News anchor Gregg Jarrett on Sunday asked the nephew of a victim of the Sikh temple shooting whether there had been any “anti-Semitic acts” against the Sikh community. “Had there been to your knowledge any prior acts of violence against members of the temple, any anti-Semitic acts against the…

Rep. Blackburn: ‘Congresswoman’ a politically correct misnomer

Republican Rep. Marsha Blackburn, the first woman to be elected to Congress from Tennessee’s 7th District, explained Monday that she officially refers to herself as a congressman — not a congresswoman. “Doesn’t sound very politically correct, does it?” she said in a video produced by FreedomWorks. Blackburn said that while…

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