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Tommy Chong treating prostate cancer with ‘hemp oil’

RELATED: Hospital denies woman’s kidney transplant due to medical marijuana —— “Cheech & Chong” actor Tommy Chong on Sunday revealed that he had prostate cancer, but he says “cannabis is a cure” instead of the cause. “I was diagnosed with prostate cancer about a month ago, and I’m going to…

Krugman: Obama ‘screwed up’ the ‘private sector is fine’ line

New York Times columnist Paul Krugman calmly criticized President Barack Obama Monday morning for his much discussed “Private sector is doing fine” quote. “That was an unfortunate line,” Krugman said. “The president bungled the line. The truth is, the private sector is doing better than the public sector, which is…

Iraqi environmentalists battle desert by planting trees

In addition to the devastation wrought by three decades of war, the country of Iraq is also suffering in many places from the encroachment of the desert as a result of water shortages and sandstorms. In an effort to hold the desert back, local officials have planted and irrigated more…

Trumka: Walker only won the chance to finish his term

AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka poured some cold water on Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker’s recall election victory Sunday morning, mentioning all the stops the Republican had to do to keep his job. “It’s true that the people in Wisconsin didn’t recall Governor Walker, but he spent over $50 million on this,”…

Van Jones slams Huckabee: The average teacher doesn’t make $100,000

Former Obama administration green czar Van Jones criticized Republicans’ latest attack on public workers and their unwillingness to pass legislation that would help the country’s economy recover Sunday morning. Appearing on ABC’s This Week panel, Jones hit back at former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee’s usual attack on public employees, including…

Shuster rips WaPo blogger: Obama’s pot smoking not like Romney’s gay bullying

Current TV correspondent David Shuster on Sunday schooled a conservative Washington Post blogger for suggesting that President Barack Obama’s use of marijuana as a kid should be covered by the media like presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s alleged bullying of a gay student in 1965. During an appearance on…

Gov. O’Malley: Public sector cuts ‘a drag on the economy’

Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley (D) on Sunday attempted to clarify widely criticized comments recently made by President Barack Obama. During a news conference on Friday, the president said that 27 straight months of job creation showed the private sector was “doing fine.” Republicans quickly pounced on the comments, accusing Obama…

Peter King: Drones ‘carry out the policies of righteousness and goodness’

House Homeland Security Chairman Peter King (R-NY) on Sunday refused to confirm the existence of U.S. drone strikes in other countries, but later insisted that the unmanned flying machines were being used to “carry out the policies of righteousness and goodness.” During an interview on CNN, host Candy noted that…

Ann Coulter: Romney had ‘a Midas touch’ while being governor

Polarizing conservative figure Ann Coulter argued Sunday morning that presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney had a terrific record in all of his jobs, including being governor of Massachusetts. Upset over the Democrats continuing to attack Romney over Bain Capital, Coutler launched her latest full defense of the GOP top…

Huckabee: Justices should strike down health care to improve their polls

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) on Sunday advised justices on the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down President Barack Obama’s landmark health care reform law in order to improve their public approval rating. A New York Times/CBS News poll released last week showed that approval of the high court…

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