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Maine super PAC creates pledge against ‘sodomy based marriage’

A newly-created, anti-LGBT rights super PAC in Maine is asking residents to sign a “truth pledge” against “sodomy based marriage,” which they say is being advanced by “demonic forces.” Same sex marriage opponents Paul Madore and Mike Heath formed the No Special Rights PAC and began distributing their pledge at…

Beck: We have a ‘righteous calling’ to lead a ‘new civil rights movement’

Former Fox News personality Glenn Beck said he believed Tuesday morning that he was capable of leading a “new civil rights movement” in America after claiming that fascism was coming to Europe. Appearing on televangelist James Robison’s Life Today show, Beck commented on the popular Occupy Wall Street movement. “We…

Paul Ryan refuses to define ‘rich’: ‘These are job creators’

House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan (R-WI) on Tuesday refused to define “rich” because the wealthiest Americans were “job creators,” and accused President Barack Obama of “verbal tantrums” for calling his proposed budget “thinly veiled social Darwinism.” During a speech in Washington last week, Obama blasted Republicans for proposing “more…

Parody ad shows how to do your taxes like Mitt Romney

Well, it’s that time again. For all you last-minute tax filers, the deadline is only six days away to gather up all your receipts and your W-2s, sit down with Turbo Tax and a bottle of Excedrin and get to it. Next year, though, why not do what Mitt Romney…

Van Jones: Libertarianism ‘would spit in the face of Dr. King’

Former White House adviser Van Jones on Monday defended recent remarks he made against “so-called libertarians” by saying, “I think we have to start punching back.” In a March speech to the Occupy movement in Los Angeles, Jones had called libertarianism a “despicable ideology.” “They say they’re Patriots but they…

Woman’s toxic suicide results in hazmat scare, evacuation

Residents had to be evacuated from a Boston apartment building after a resident committed suicide by ingesting a chemical that the human body metabolizes into a type of cyanide. According to a report from New England Cable News, firefighters and police donned hazmat suits to handle the body of a…

Colbert: ‘It’s up to the gays to keep us from discriminating’

In Stephen Colbert’s mind, the person that would be the best choice to be Mitt Romney’s running mate is Rep. Steve King (R-IA), especially for his anti-gay stance. Colbert shared his support Tuesday evening for the ultra conservative congressman being the ideal VP choice for the likely GOP presidential nominee,…

Stewart creates ‘LOLCats’ image to respond to Judith Miller

Jon Stewart analyzed the fallout from NBC editing the 911 call tapes of Trayvon Martin shooter George Zimmerman Monday night, including poking fun at Fox News’ outrage at their news rival. Stewart was intrigued by Fox News contributor Judith Miller criticizing NBC for bad journalism, citing how Miller is notorious…

Lewis Black on Trayvon Martin case: A process is missing

Comedian Lewis Black on Monday night was baffled by the fact that George Zimmerman, who shot and killed Florida teenager Trayvon Martin, was not arrested. “Doesn’t there have to be some sort of process that occurs were they at least yell at him for awhile,” he asked CNN’s Piers Morgan.…

Matt Taibbi blasts the JOBS Act: It almost boggles the mind

Matt Taibbi of the Rolling Stone on Monday slammed the loosening of regulations under the JOBS Act. “They’ve gone so far, it almost boggles the mind,” he told Viewpoint host Eliot Spitzer. The bill was aimed at making it easier for small business’s to raise capital. But critics warned the…

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