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Topless activists run into trouble in New York and Los Angeles

In shedding their tops and taking up their cause, the women who took part in National Go Topless Day marches in New York and Los Angeles had to deal with some uninvited “admirers.” Photographer Katie Sokoler told New York City newsblog Gothamist that participants at the event in Bryant Park…

Fox News introduces Romney sons with gay anthem ‘It’s Raining Men’

The conservative morning show Fox & Friends on Monday used one of the world’s most popular gay anthems as they introduced all of GOP hopeful Mitt Romney’s five sons. Fox News co-host Brian Kilmeade teased an upcoming segment with the Republican presidential candidate’s offspring as the music began to play…

Chicago weekend shootings kill 9 as alleged gang violence continues

The recent surge in violence in Chicago lasted through the weekend, leaving at least nine people dead and 28 wounded after multiple shootings, NBC News reports. The Chicago Tribune reported that at least 17 of those victims were shot in a 12-hour stretch between Saturday evening and Sunday morning. The…

Chris Matthews destroys RNC chairman on live TV for playing race card

Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus may have canceled the first day of the party’s convention due to weather, but he couldn’t evacuate in time to escape the wrath of Hurricane Chris. The party chairman found himself on Monday weathering a blistering rant from MSNBC host Chris Matthews about how…

Mark Sanford surprises mistress with restaurant marriage proposal

Former South Carolina governor Mark Sanford is engaged to the ex-journalist he called his “soul mate” after locking himself in a handicapped bathroom stall for an hour while waiting to propose to her. According to the Argentinian newspaper Clarín, Sanford arrived early to the Bella Italia Grill in Palermo for…

Rove: Obama ‘never said thank you’ when Romney admitted he was born in U.S.

Republican strategist Karl Rove on Saturday complained that President Barack Obama had “never said thank you” when GOP hopeful Mitt Romney acknowledged he was a U.S. citizen. Speaking to the hosts of Fox & Friends, Rove defended Romney’s recent suggestion that the president’s birth certificate might not be real as…

Mary Matalin: Republicans will defeat Akin with write-in candidate

GOP operative Mary Matalin on Sunday said that the Republican Party would mount a third-party or write-in campaign to defeat Rep. Todd Akin (R), whose bid to defeat Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) is in danger after he suggested women could not get pregnant by “legitimate rape.” Matalin told ABC’s George…

Bill Nye: Please don’t teach your kids creationism, because it is crazy

Bill Nye, host of the popular nineties children’s show Bill Nye the Science Guy, is warning parents to not teach their children creationism because, he says, it does them a disservice by undermining their scientific understanding and development. In a short video for Big Think, Nye says that despite being…

Maryland governor: Romney sending ‘coded messages’ with birther joke

Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley (D) on Sunday asserted that presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney was sending “coded messages” and pandering to white voters by making jokes suggesting that President Barack Obama was not a U.S. citizen. Speaking to a large crowd of supporters in Michigan on Friday, Romney had…

Jeb Bush: GOP has to make better effort to attract ‘broader audience’

Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush offered a broad critique of the current Republican party on Meet the Press Sunday, saying that for the party to stay relevant in future years, members must do a better job of reaching out to and attracting more diverse voters. “Long-term, conservative principles, if they’re…

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