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Ron Paul accuses Gingrich of ‘selling access’ to D.C. in new ad

The presidential campaign of Texas Rep. Ron Paul (R) released a new web ad on Monday that accuses rival Newt Gingrich of enriching himself with lobbyist money as a member of Congress. The nearly two-minute ad, which will be promoted on conservative web sites, highlights the fact that Gingrich faced…

WATCH LIVE: Gingrich, Huntsman debate Lincoln-Douglas style

Republican presidential candidates Newt Gingrich and Jon Huntsman were scheduled to participate in a Lincoln-Douglas style debate in Manchester, New Hampshire Monday. Watch this live video from CNN, broadcast Dec. 12, 2011.  …

Romney to Gingrich: Give back the Freddie Mac money

The war of words between GOP presidential hopefuls Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich heated up Monday when both candidates called for the other to return monies they had earned in less-than-honorable ways. In an interview on Fox & Friends, host Brian Kilmeade asked Romney if Gingrich should give back the…

Gary Johnson: Gingrich ‘proposed the death penalty for marijuana’

Over the weekend, struggling Republican presidential candidate Gary Johnson reminded MSNBC viewers that GOP frontrunner Newt Gingrich had once to called to punish some drug offenders with death. “Newt Gingrich, in 1997, proposed the death penalty for marijuana — for possession of marijuana above a certain quantity of marijuana,” Johnson…

Romney tells gay veteran he’ll repeal same-sex marriage

GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney had an interesting exchange with a gay veteran at a New Hampshire diner Monday morning. According to The Boston Globe, 63-year-old Vietnam vet Bob Garon asked the former Massachusetts if he would support a repeal of the state allowing same sex marriage. “I believe marriage…

Gingrich: ‘I don’t want to pay people 99 weeks to do nothing’

Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich asserted Monday that workers who lose their jobs were being paid by the government for “99 weeks to do nothing.” Speaking to about 200 employees at Insight Technology, a defense contractor in New Hampshire, the former U.S. House Speaker called for funds workers pay into…

Once a stray, Italian kitty inherits $13 million

A cat in Rome, Italy is officially part of the 1 percent after inheriting $13.3 million. Four-year-old Tommaso may have once been a stray, but he’s now the third-richest pet in the world. His 94-year-old owner was a childless widow who left the money to the kitty because no animal…

Iowan asks Perry: ‘Why do you hate gay people?’

At the end of his event Sunday afternoon at a coffee house in Ames, Iowa, Texas Governor Rick Perry did not receive a warm endorsement from a few audience members. Upset over his now infamous ad questioning gays in the military, one audience member decided to offer Perry his true…

McLaughlin: Did Obama’s Roosevelt speech sound like Hugo Chavez?

Long time Sunday talk show host John McLaughlin provided his show a rare notable moment this past weekend, asking his panel guests a peculiar question. Beginning a discussion over President Barack Obama’s speech in Kansas invoking Teddy Roosevelt this past week, McLaughlin was curious as to whether it resembled a…

Children of OWS post paper hearts, cops rip them down

An anti-bullying march by parents and children directed against the New York Police Department’s arrests of peaceful protesters encountered a first-hand taste of what they were protesting against when police ripped down the paper hearts the children were attempting to post at City Hall. As described by Margaret Flowers at…

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