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Maddow: Democrats could keep Senate thanks to extreme GOP candidates

MSNBC host Rachel Maddow said Wednesday night that the Democratic Party could benefit from the ouster of moderate Republican candidates. “Republicans were really, really, really confident heading into the last election cycle in 2010,” she said. “They knew they were going to win big all across the country.” While Republicans…

Howard Dean gets in car accident during radio interview

Former Democratic presidential candidate Howard Dean had to cut a radio interview short on Wednesday after the car he was riding in got in an accident in Montreal. “What it means is instead of discussing geographic boundaries and drawing lines,” Dean said before he was interrupted by a loud thud.…

Paul Cameron: I acquired homosexual feelings as a 3-year-old

Family Research Institute chairman Dr. Paul Cameron revealed Wednesday on The David Pakman Show that he became attracted to men after being raped as a child, but said he eventually overcame his homosexual feelings. Cameron has been a vocal opponent of same sex marriage and LGBT rights. He has claimed…

Bill Maher mocks Romney over ‘traditional marriage’

Comedian Bill Maher on Tuesday night described his reaction to President Barack Obama’s recent endorsement of same sex marriage, and used the event to lampoon Obama’s opponent Mitt Romney. “I think it is ridiculous that it took that long,” Maher commented on TBS’ Conan. “You know, Mitt Romney is going…

Former Fox News co-host: Obama ‘bigoted’ for suggesting his name makes winning harder

Fox News contributor Monica Crowley on Wednesday called the president of the United States “bigoted” for his suggestion that a name like “Barack Hussein Obama” made winning elections more challenging. In an interview that aired on Tuesday, The View co-host Sherri Shepherd asked Obama how close his re-election would be.…

Actors Studio’s James Lipton offers Romney tips on ‘how to act human’

Several weeks ago, a cartoon strip by New York magazine cartoonist Brian McFadden offered helpful tips for former Massachusetts governor and presumptive Republican candidate for president Mitt Romney (R) on how to be a more successful candidate. It offered such sage advice as “Snap a rubber band around your wrist…

Wanda Sykes: Romney is ‘the Forrest Gump of candidates’

It’s unknown whether presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney is a fan of award winning actor Tom Hanks. But that didn’t stop comedian Wanda Sykes Tuesday evening from comparing Romney to Hanks’ most famous character Forrest Gump. Appearing on NBC’s Tonight Show with Jay Leno, the usually candid and Sykes,…

Paralyzed woman picks up coffee cup with thought-controlled robotic arm

A woman who lost the use of her limbs after a devastating stroke nearly 15 years ago has taken a sip of coffee by guiding a robotic arm with her thoughts. The 58-year-old used a brain implant to control the robot and bring a flask of the coffee to her…

Sen. Tom Harkin: Filibuster rule is ‘inherently unconstitutional’

Sen. Tom Harkin (D-IA) took to Bill Press’ Full Court Press on Wednesday to talk about doing away with the storied Senate tradition of the filibuster. Harkin told Press he first introduced an amendment in 1995 to do away with the filibuster, or the parliamentary procedure that allows the Senate…

Will Smith: My son asked Obama about ‘the aliens’

Actor Will Smith says he recently found himself in a “not cool” situation when his 13-year-old son, Jaden, asked President Barack Obama about the existence of extraterrestrial aliens. “I was at the White House with my family and we were getting a tour and, you know, Barack and Michelle and…

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