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Gary Johnson: I crush Romney when it comes to civil liberties

Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson said Saturday that as president he would be more fiscally responsible and a greater defender of civil liberties than Barack Obama or Mitt Romney. “I think both parties are missing the boat,” he told The Shark Tank. “I think that Democrats have been historically good…

RNC chairman: Obama will ‘put an end to our way of life’

Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus on Sunday suggested that President Barack Obama would destroy “our way of life in America,” and “Mitt Romney has to win for liberty and freedom.” During an interview on Fox News, host John Roberts asked Priebus if Romney could win by attacking Obama on…

Maddow mourns ‘strange’ McCotter’s sudden exit from Congress

Friday night on “The Rachel Maddow Show,” host Rachel Maddow reacted to Congressional Rep. Thaddeus McCotter (R-MI)’s abrupt resignation from Congress. Tonight, she said, Washington got a little less strange. “And if you’re like me and you like a little ‘strange’ in your politics, you may feel some sadness about…

NJ Gov. Christie freaks out at Jersey Shore heckler

In a scene that could have come from outtakes of MTV’s popular reality series “Jersey Shore,” New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R) was caught by cameras bellowing and storming up the boardwalk in the popular vacation town Seaside Heights, NJ after a man in the crowd insulted him. The footage,…

Bill Moyers asks activists: Is Labor a lost cause?

Last week, as Americans focused on the Supreme Court’s rulings on the Affordable Care Act and Arizona’s new anti-immigrant law, a “disturbing” decision got lost in the shuffle. Knox v. Service Employees International Union [SEIU], Local 1000 restricts the financial power of organized labor by restricting union dues used for…

Utah mayor puts fate of his amazing mustache in hands of the voters

Mayor Dan Snarr of Murray, Utah loves his perfect handlebar mustache, but his wife thinks it’s gone too far and should be trimmed back. “I’m a little bit different, a little bit strange. I admit it,” Snarr says. He told the Los Angeles Times that his love of handlebar mustaches…

Chomsky: Occupy movement can’t compete with ‘massive corporate propaganda’

In an interview with The Guardian’s Gary Younge, veteran activist Noam Chomsky expressed his thoughts about the Occupy movement and whether it can be expected to have any impact on United States politics. “It was a great surprise,” said of Occupy Wall Street’s explosion on the scene last fall. “There…

Fox Business contributor: Market won’t improve until polls ‘suggest Mitt Romney is going to win’

A paid contributor for Fox News and Fox Business on Friday advised that the stock market would not start to improve until that it was obvious that GOP hopeful Mitt Romney was going to be the next president of the United States. Following reports that the unemployment rate remained unchanged…

U.S. crew sings ‘Miss American Pie’ before launching missile in Afghanistan

A video has surfaced online that appears to show a US helicopter crew singing “Bye-bye Miss American Pie” before blasting a group of Afghan men with a Hellfire missile. The footage comes in the wake of a string of damaging videos and pictures showing US forces in Afghanistan urinating on…

Evangelical radio host: ‘Tax the atheists who don’t go to church’

The director of issues analysis at the anti-LGBT rights group American Family Association (AFA) is proposing that the government pass a law requiring that every American go to church or pay a tax penalty. During his Thursday Focal Point radio program, Bryan Fischer backed a listener’s proposal to have an…

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