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Bachmann’s opponent says she is part of the ‘war on women’

The Minnesota businessman running to unseat Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) named her as part of the “war on women” Sunday in an interview with MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry. “She has engaged in a war on women,” said Jim Graves, who currently trails Bachmann by six points among likely voters. “She would…

Andrew Sullivan: Romney ‘like an alien that ripped off his mask’ at debate

GOP strategist Nicole Wallace on Sunday said that it was not a problem that Republican nominee Mitt Romney was “like an alien that ripped off his mask” when he seemed to change positions during the presidential debates because “we liked him better.” During an ABC News panel on Sunday, The…

Hume blasts media for Benghazi coverage: Fox News did ‘all the heavy lifting’

Fox News senior political analyst Brit Hume on Sunday lashed out at mainstream media organizations for not spending as much time as Fox News trying to determine what mistakes the Obama administration made before and after the Sept. 11 attacks in Benghazi, Libya. “One of the problems we’re having here…

Ex-ACORN CEO: Voter suppression a response to ‘browning’ of America

The former CEO of the activist group ACORN called the Republican party’s ongoing voter-suppression efforts a response to what she called the “browning” of America Sunday. “This is about demographics,” Bertha Lewis said on Up With Chris Hayes. “Their base just swallows this whole. Who is that base? That is…

Priebus on Sununu: Accusing Powell of racism is a ‘small brush fire’

Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus on Sunday insisted that “small brush fires” like former Gov. John Sununu’s suggestion that former Secretary of State Colin Powell endorsed President Barack Obama because he’s black were just distractions. Speaking to CNN last week, Sununu wondered whether Powell’s endorsement was “based on issues,…

Gingrich on Mourdock’s rape comments: Stephanie Cutter should ‘get over it’

Former Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich, who is now a surrogate for Mitt Romney, on Sunday told President Barack Obama’s deputy campaign manager Stephanie Cutter to “get over it” and stop talking about Republican Indiana Senate candidate Richard Mourdock’s assertion that pregnancy from rape “is something that God intended to…

Seattle residents protest police plan to use drones

Seattle residents spoke up against their local police department’s plan to start using unmanned drones at a community meeting Thursday. The Seattle Times reported that most of the 100 people at the meeting expressed their mistrust at the authorities’ use of two Draganflyer X6 Helicopter Techs, which was recently approved…

Sen. Ron Johnson: Abortion ‘not even an issue’ in Wisconsin

Republican Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson says that voters in his state are going to vote for GOP hopeful Mitt Romney because they are not “at all” concerned about preserving reproductive rights for women. On Sunday, Fox News host Chris Wallace asked Johnson why women should vote for Romney after he…

MIT student wins competition by suggesting paintball pellets could save Earth from asteroids

Paintball Pellets Could Save Earth From Asteroids (via NewsLook) Winner of the MIT 2012 Move an Asteroid Technical Paper Competition details how a paintball could move an asteroid.…

Former Powell Chief of Staff: ‘My party is full of racists’

Former Chief of Staff to Colin Powell, Col. Lawrence Wilkerson told Ed Schultz of MSNBC’s “The Ed Show” on Friday that the Republican Party is “full of racists,” and that the main reason most Republicans want President Barack Obama to lose the election to former Gov. Mitt Romney (R-MA) in…

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