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George Will: Romney could not have prevented embassy attacks

The Romney campaign wants voters to believe that if Mitt Romney were president, U.S. embassies across the Middle East would not have come under attack last week. Asked if that’s correct on ABC’s “This Week” on Sunday, conservative political columnist George Will had a simple answer: “No.” In admitting as…

McCain: Muslim protesters ‘taking appropriate action’ against Americans

Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) said Sunday during an appearance on CBS’s “Face the Nation” that Muslim protesters across the Middle East are “taking appropriate action” against Americans in the widespread protests that swept the Arab world last week. Asked by host Bob Schieffer if he believes the Obama administration is…

British journalist: Chicago teachers’ strike touches on far-reaching issues

As Chicago teachers prepared to vote on a tentative agreement to end their weeklong strike, a British journalist appearing on Up With Chris Hayes Sunday said the issues at hand — not only teachers’ pay but evaluation standards, working conditions and government investment — are not just in play in…

Amanpour shoots down Brian Ross’ claim that Iran four weeks away from nuclear weapons

ABC News global affairs anchor Christine Amanpour on Sunday threw cold water on one of her colleagues, Brian Ross, who had reported that Iran could have a functional nuclear weapon in as little as four weeks. During a panel discussion on ABC, host Jake Tapper asked Ross how quickly Iran…

Protester arrested during ‘bra toss’ at NYC branch of Bank of America

Rae Abileah of CODEPINK was arrested on Sunday as she attempted to throw ladies undergarments at a Bank of America branch in New York City. As Abileah held up a pink bra and condemned Bank of America for allegedly helping to finance the Spectra Pipeline, police officers rushed through the…

Liz Cheney accuses Obama of abandoning non-existent country ‘Czechoslovakia’

Fox News contributor Liz Cheney on Sunday blasted President Barack Obama with the false claim that he had apologized to enemies of the United States and had abandoned Czechoslovakia, which has not existed since 1992. During a panel on ABC’s This Week, host Jake Tapper asked the daughter of the…

Protests mark Mexican Independence Day celebrations

The discontent around Mexico’s presidential election results continued late Saturday night, as protests sprang up at the country’s Independence Day festivities in the nation’s capital and various other cities. In Mexico City, outgoing President Felipe Calderón’s delivery of the traditional Grito de la Independencia, demonstrators shined laser pointers toward him…

Pelosi: ‘Everybody knows’ Romney won’t be president

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) says that it’s now obvious that GOP hopeful Mitt Romney will lose in November because “everybody knows” he will never be president. During an interview that aired on Sunday, CNN host Candy Crowley asked the former House Speaker if there would continue to be…

Federal authorities question anti-Islam filmmaker

Federal authorities interviewed the California man believed to be behind the anti-Muslim video responsible for sparking protests around the Middle East to determine if he had violated his parole by making the short film. According to KTLA-TV, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputies arrived at Nakoula Basseley Nakoula’s home in Cerritos,…

Fox News analyst: Romney ‘correct’ that Obama ‘sympathizing’ with embassy attackers

Fox News senior political analyst Brit Hume on Sunday praised Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney for using the death of the top U.S. diplomat in Libya for political gain by claiming President Barack Obama was “sympathizing” with America’s enemies. “I think what he said was correct, but it was clumsy,”…

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