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Santorum: Obama’s college reforms part of ‘indoctrination’ plot

Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum on Wednesday suggested that President Barack Obama wanted to every kid to go to college so they could be brainwashed into being a liberal. Speaking to a crowd of Floridians at the First Baptist Church of Naples, Santorum said that churches and families were under…

Confronted on Latino issues, mayor says he ‘might have tacos’

A Connecticut mayor is facing heavy criticism after making a bizarre statement towards the Latino community Tuesday afternoon. According to The Hartford Courant, East Haven Mayor Joseph Maturo was asked by a reporter what he would do to celebrate Latinos in his community after four local police officers were arrested…

Debbie Wasserman Schultz gives tearful farewell to Gabby Giffords

For once, House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) wasn’t the one crying on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives. During a moving ceremony on Wednesday, Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-AZ), who was shot in the head last year, made her final appearance in the House as a member of Congress,…

Warren: Richest U.S. companies ‘spending more on lobbying’ than taxes

Massachusetts Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren (D) appeared on The Daily Show Tuesday evening, to discuss the economic challenges facing America’s middle class. The Harvard professor told host Jon Stewart of how the country’s politicians are surrounded by “an army of lobbyists” and “an army of lawyers” preventing them from helping…

Irishman builds ‘billion-euro’ home out of shredded currency

DUBLIN (Reuters) – An unemployed Irish artist has built a home from the shredded remains of 1.4 billion euros ($1.82 billion), a monument to the “madness” he says has been wrought on Ireland by the single currency, from a spectacular construction boom to a wrenching bust. Frank Buckley built the apartment in the…

Puppy stabbed 11 times, tossed in dumpster to die

A puppy named “Taz” is recovering in Abilene, Texas after being stabbed 11 times and left in a dumpster to die. Cheryl Ascol told police that she saw 42-year-old Larry Dollins try to murder the 14-week-old puppy. “I said, ‘Larry, please stop stabbing that dog,’” she recalled to KTXS. “I…

Colbert: ‘Gingrich would totally win a wet t-shirt contest’

Stephen Colbert summed up his feelings Tuesday evening on the latest GOP debate in two words: “Who cares?” “It was a dud, total dud,” he said. “The candidates did not attack each other, thanks to Saturday Night Live host and part time news anchor Brian Williams.” Colbert was visibly upset…

Police drag Occupy activists from Santorum event

Police on Monday physically dragged several Occupy Tampa protesters from an event with Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum and cited them for trespassing. One of the men had thrown glitter at the candidate as he was he was giving his closing remarks. WESH cameras caught a man in a suit…

Stewart: Low tax rate encourages Romney’s betting

Jon Stewart discussed the ever changing story of Mitt Romney and the release of his tax returns Tuesday night. The Daily Show host was nothing short of outraged over how Romney’s tax rate is lower than those shared by middle class families. “The guy doesn’t even have a job, that…

Former police chief: LAPD coordinated with CIA on terrorism

Former New York City Police Commissioner and Los Angeles Police Chief William Bratton said Tuesday that it was important for local police agencies to exchange and coordinate information with the CIA regarding terrorism. “In dealing with information intelligence as it relates to terrorism, the CIA has a lot of information…

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