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Stubbs the cat draws tourists to Talkeetna, Alaska as the town’s long-time mayor

Politicians everywhere might work just a little bit harder today, after news got out this weekend that one of the country’s best-loved politicians is a cat named Stubbs. According to locals in Talkeetna, Alaska, the cat — who’s been in office for 15 years — first won his office because…

Livestreamer Tim Pool interviews satirical candidate Vermin Supreme

Vermin Supreme, who is perhaps the best known gag candidate for president during the current election year, is often taken to be no more than a loveable eccentric. During an interview with livestreamer Tim Pool at the HOPE9 conference on Saturday, however, anarchist and performance artist Supreme, whose platform is…

Strongest solar flare of the summer sparks widespread auroras

An X-class solar flare that erupted on July 12 but was initially thought to have affected the earth only weakly revealed its full power on Saturday night in the form of displays of the Northern Lights that stretched as far south as Colorado and Arkansas. In the southern hemisphere, auroras…

George Will: Romney ‘losing at this point in a big way’

Conservative columnist George Will on Sunday said a series of attacks and questions about Mitt Romney’s association with Bain Capital, his tax returns and offshore investments were adding up to trouble for the presumptive Republican presidential nominee. “Mitt Romney’s losing at this point in a big way,” Will told ABC’s…

MSNBC host Melissa Harris-Perry: Biden has been Obama’s ‘sherpa to blackness’

In comparing Vice President Joe Biden’s appearance at the NAACP convention Thursday to Mitt Romney’s on her show Sunday, MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry said it cracked her up to see Biden emerge as President Barack Obama’s “sherpa to blackness for the first African-American president.” During his speech, Biden noted he was…

Rove accuses Obama of using ‘gutter politics’ against Romney

The architect of former President George W. Bush’s controversial 2000 and 2004 campaigns is calling on President Barack Obama to stop using “gutter politics” to suggest presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney could be guilty of a felony by lying about when he left Bain Capital. After The Boston Globe…

Rahm Emanuel: If Romney ‘whining’ about Bain, how will he handle China?

Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel (D) on Sunday advised presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney to “stop whining” about suggestions that he broke the law or lied to voters by saying he had “retired” from Bain Capital, even though Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) documents show that he was in charge of…

Sen. Whitehouse: Secret money drowning out voices of the middle-class

Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) released a video on Saturday urging support for the DISCLOSE Act of 2012. “The story of our American democracy has been the fight to make sure that every citizen’s voice is heard – that each of us can claim equal ownership of the government we’ve formed…

Adviser claims Romney ‘retired retroactively’ from Bain

A senior adviser for Mitt Romney says that President Barack Obama will “say or do anything” to keep his job, including accusing the presumptive Republican presidential candidate of being in charge of Bain Capital when they helped send American jobs to China and other countries. Ed Gillespie on Sunday lashed…

Bill Kristol: Romney ‘crazy’ not to release tax returns

Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol on Sunday called on presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney to follow in his father’s footsteps and release more than just one or two years of tax returns. “He should release the tax returns tomorrow,” the neoconservative pundit told Fox News’ Brit Hume. “It’s crazy.…

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