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Schultz: Wisconsin unions need to educate members why not to vote Walker

MSNBC host Ed Schultz urged unions in Wisconsin Wednesday afternoon to do better job educating their members, following more than a third of union workers voted for Gov. Scott Walker (R) in his recall election victory over Tom Barrett. Appearing on Now with Alex Wagner, Schultz felt the state’s union…

Michelle Obama shows how to make ‘Barack-oli’ on Letterman

First Lady Michelle Obama stopped by Tuesday evening to on CBS’ The Late Show and provided a very colorful Top 10 fun facts on gardening. Obama offered up some interesting “facts” to host David Letterman, from mentioning how the average American will eat half a radish in his or her…

Former NFL player: I should have revealed I was gay while playing

Former National Football League (NFL) player Wade Davis has come out publicly to reveal that he is gay, and shared with CNN Wednesday morning that he should have revealed it during his playing career. Davis, who played for Tennessee, Seattle, and Washington D.C. in his brief NFL career from 2000-2004,…

Florida man arrested for trying to ‘eat’ police officer

The Center for Disease Control (CDC) has tried to assure Americans that the country is not facing a threat from zombies, but this was probably little comfort for the North Miami Beach police officer who a homeless man threatened to “eat” over the weekend. Arrest reports obtained by NBC Miami…

O’Reilly: Diddy ‘down in the hood’ with Obama on income redistribution

Bill O’Reilly once again felt he was an expert on urban mentality Tuesday evening, claiming that renowned hip-hop mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs is “down” with income redistribution like President Barack Obama. While discussing the issue of Diddy’s son Justin receiving a football scholarship to UCLA and whether he deserved it…

Colbert warns of the dangers of ‘self-marriage’

Stephen Colbert spent a few minutes Tuesday evening talking about the rise in self-marriage, where one person decides to marry him or herself. Colbert brought up the topic based on a recent story of a North Dakota woman deciding to take the big jump with herself after she was tired…

Palin: Walker win proves austerity ‘will help our nation’

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) says that Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s Tuesday win is proof that austerity measures “will help our nation” and that “thugs” in union leadership were the ones that really needed to be recalled. “It’s good and encouraging news,” Palin told Fox News host Greta Van…

Woman slaps Barrett over concession to Walker

A woman was caught on video slapping Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett (D) on Tuesday night because she felt that he was too quick to concede to Gov. Scott Walker (R). The woman asked Barrett if she could slap him because she was upset that he conceded while she still believed…

Jon Stewart mocks Wisconsin recall coverage with Mad Men send-up

You know you’re only a few days before this season’s finale of Mad Men when you see totally unrelated product placement worked into The Daily Show’s treatment of the Wisconsin recall. Following an Abraham Lincoln penis joke, Jon Stewart offered a critique of the media coverage surrounding the much-anticipated Wisconsin…

Wisconsin Democrat on recall loss: Money makes a difference

Reacting to news that Republican Gov. Scott Walker had won the recall election, Wisconsin State Senator Jon Erpenbach told MSNBC host Rachel Maddow that “money makes a huge difference.” “Scott Walker was running ads against Tom Barrett even before Tom Barrett was actually in the primary race,” he said Tuesday…

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