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Judge rules black church is landlord of KKK store

A store in South Carolina that sells Ku Klux Klan paraphernalia isn’t backing down after the pastor of an African American church that owns the building promised the business would “come to an end.” The Associated Press reported Tuesday that a judge found the New Beginnings Baptist Church to be…

Romney’s lawyer insists candidate ‘is never wrong’

The lawyer for Mitt Romney’s campaign may be leery on appearing on MSNBC in the future after an uncomfortable interview Tuesday evening. Pressured by Chris Matthews to explain if his candidate had any conversations on ads with the Super PACs endorsing him, attorney Ben Ginsberg provided a strong, yet dubious,…

WATCH LIVE: Sen. John McCain expected to endorse Mitt Romney

Former Republican presidential nominee John McCain is expected to endorse GOP hopeful Mitt Romney at an event in New Hampshire Wednesday. The event was scheduled to begin at 12:45 p.m. ET. Watch this live video from CNN, broadcast Jan 4, 2012.  …

Fox News blames ‘left-wing blog Politico’ for weak GOP field

Fox News revealed on Wednesday what they believe could be a conspiracy between the “liberal-leaning press” and the “left-wing blog Politico” to make Republican presidential candidates appear weak. “Is the mainstream media trying to spin the election?” Fox News host Gretchen Carlson asked legal analyst Peter Johnson Jr. “There was…

WATCH LIVE: Bachmann announces campaign plans, may drop out

Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann will speak about the future of her campaign after a poor finish in the Iowa caucuses. The event was scheduled to begin at 11:00 a.m. ET. Watch this live video from CNN, broadcast Jan 4, 2012.  …

Colbert attributes Santorum surge to ‘fierce’ sweater vest

MSNBC, CNN, and even Fox News would have been hard pressed to top Stephen Colbert’s coverage of the Iowa caucuses Tuesday evening. In his return from the New Year, the Comedy Central host expressed his excitement over the Hawkeye State taking center stage. “It is the Super Bowl of old…

Paul: Gingrich ‘chickened out’ of military service

Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul on Wednesday said that a draft dodger like former House Speaker Newt Gingrich had no business sending kids to war. In his speech following finishing fourth in the Iowa caucuses Tuesday night, Gingrich had said that Paul’s “views on foreign policy I think are stunningly…

Perry unsure of ‘path forward’ for campaign

After coming in nearly last in the Iowa caucuses last night, Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) said he would return home to reassess his campaign for the presidency, implying that the end might be near for the candidate. “With the voters’ decision tonight in Iowa, I’ve decided to return to…

Stewart: Republicans are like a box of chocolates

In his return for the New Year, Jon Stewart said Tuesday evening that once the votes are in, the GOP base would most likely unenthusiastically embrace Mitt Romney in the end. “It’s a right of passage for Republican voters known as Romspringa,” The Daily Show host said. “Republican voters know…

Gore: Iowa caucuses ‘a good night for Barack Obama’

Hours before the election was called for former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, former Vice President Al Gore called the race … For President Barack Obama. “It’s kind of a cliche, I guess, but the bottom line for me was that this was a good night for Barack Obama. I think…

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