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Where did punk begin? Peruvian Los Saicos claims first punk band title

It’s a question which has been long the subject of intense and often bitter debate: where exactly did punk rock begin? Was it conceived in the smoke-filled back rooms of London pubs, or did it leap fully formed from the dive bars of New York City? Few would imagine that…

Hecklers dragged from Ryan speech: ‘Corporations are not people!’

Protesters on Friday interrupted vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan’s speech to the Values Voter Summit and were dragged from the building by security personnel. “Corporations are not people!” one woman screamed as Ryan began his remarks. “Thank you so much,” Ryan quipped. “I appreciate your support. Thank you so much.…

U.S. embassy in Tunisia on fire as protesters climbed walls

Protesters reportedly climbed the walls of a U.S. embassy in Tunis, the capital of Tunisia. The building is now on fire, according to a report by Al-Jazeera English. “Yes, I’ve seen people climbing the embassy wall five minutes ago and were able to jump in. Protesters, they were actually able…

Bachmann: Libya attack was effort to impose Sharia law on the U.S.

Former Republican presidential candidate Michelle Bachmann on Friday asserted that the recent attacks on American embassies in Libya and Egypt were part of a plan to bring Sharia law to the United States. “The violence has come to us, the United States,” the Minnesota congresswoman warned in a speech at…

WATCH LIVE: Conservative leaders speak at Values Voter Summit

Oliver North and former Arkansas governor and Fox News host Mike Huckabee are among the headliners at the Friday evening session for 2012 Values Voter Summit in Washington, D.C. Watch this live video from CNN, broadcast Sept. 14, 2012.  …

Romney: Obama ‘tends to say things that aren’t true’

Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney says the upcoming debates will be tough because President Barack Obama has a tendency to “say things that aren’t true.” “I think he’s going to say a lot of things that aren’t accurate,” Romney told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos in an interview that aired on Friday.…

Maddow reveals ‘chilling’ WikiLeaks cable written by killed ambassador to Libya

On her show Thursday night, MSNBC host Rachel Maddow explained that the attack on a U.S. consulate in Libya appeared to be the work of an organized jihadist group rather than the act of an angry mob. She noted that Ambassador J. Christopher Stevens, who was killed along with three…

Barney Frank slams ‘intellectually dishonest’ Log Cabin Republicans

Rep. Barney Frank (D-MA) on Thursday night continued his altercation with America’s largest gay and lesbian Republican organization, accusing the Log Cabin Republicans of being intellectually dishonest. “This year in particular, we have an extraordinary gap between the two parties,” he said on Current TV. “You have this completely anti-LGBT…

Cornel West: Obama very much part of a system that has failed the poor

Princeton professor Cornel West said Thursday that President Barack Obama had not done enough to help the poor, but he was still a better choice than Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. “I mean, we would say that the mendacity and mediocrity of Romney is such that it’s fairly clear that…

Reporter: Romney surrounded by Bush neocons

Washington Post reporter Nia Malika Henderson on Thursday noted that Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney had selected neoconservatives from the Bush administration to be his foreign policy advisers. “He is surrounded by neocons from the Bush administration, people that Colin Powell called ‘too far to the right’ in terms of…

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