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Steve Kornacki explains tribalism of Gingrich’s support for Bolton

Salon news editor Steve Kornacki on Wednesday night described Newt Gingrich’s support for former Bush administration U.N. ambassador John Bolton as “a tribal thing.” “What he is doing here is holding up for all conservatives to see, ‘See, here is this guy who the other tribe really can’t stand, and…

Parody video: You’re a mean one, Newt Gingrich

A YouTube video uploaded on Tuesday casts Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich as the mean-spirited protagonist from Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas. The video, by Adam Kontras, intersperses quotes from Gingrich with a surprisingly believable impersonation of the singing of Boris Karloff, who narrated The Grinch movie. The…

Perry attacks ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ repeal in new ad

A new TV commercial released by Texas governor and Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry claims something is wrong with the United States because the military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy was repealed. “I’m not ashamed to admit that I’m a Christian, but you don’t need to be in the pew…

Perry gets asked to stop ‘liberal, socialist, Marxist’ education system

Texas governor and Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry was asked how to stop leftist universities from corrupting students at the Republican Jewish Coalition Forum on Wednesday. “I invite you to talk about our universities,” a woman said. “It seems like we’re paying for our own defamation, though student loans paid…

Secret Service takes guns, handcuffs from Kansas birther threatening Obama

A Kansas birther, who publicly announced that he was planning a citizen’s arrest of President Barack Obama, was told Monday by the Secret Service that he would be arrested if he came near the president. Neil Jednoralski claimed that he contacted Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, the Kansas Highway…

Romney: ‘I don’t have a political career’

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, who has run for public office no less than four times over a period of almost 20 years, denied Wednesday that he had a “political career.” “I can tell you this: The best hope you have that I will be able to change Washington is…

Texas mom shoots kids, kills self after being denied food stamps

A Texas woman’s trip to the welfare office ended in tragedy Tuesday when she shot her two children and then turned the gun on herself after being denied food stamps. Authorities in Laredo said that 38-year-old Rachelle Grimmer killed herself during a seven-hour standoff with police. Her children, 10 year-old…

Moore: GOP thinks I’m ‘this mythical, scary creature’

Liberal filmmaker Michael Moore once again appeared on CNN’s Piers Morgan Tonight on Tuesday, finding amusement in conservatives’ hysteria over him. “I think Republicans and right-wingers, they blow me up into this mythical, scary character,” he said. “He’s got all of this money, he’s controlling all of this. Him and…

Colbert plans own GOP debate

Inspired by Donald Trump announcing his moderating role for the Newsmax GOP debate on December 27, Stephen Colbert decided it was time for him to have one of his own. On The Colbert Report Tuesday night, the Comedy Central personality dropped the big news to his audience: “I’m officially announcing…

Stewart: The Founding Fathers celebrated Christmas ‘like a 7/11 does today’

Taking delight once again in the Fox News “War on Christmas” series, Jon Stewart Tuesday night made fun of the network’s latest holiday outrage at Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee (I). Chafee, who Stewart dubbed a “part-time impersonator of Steve Doocy,” left out the word “Christmas” in his invitation for…

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