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WATCH LIVE: Obama calls Paul Ryan’s budget ‘social Darwinism’

President Barack Obama is expected to call the Republican budgeted created by Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) “thinly veiled social Darwinism” at an Associated Press luncheon on Tuesday. The event was scheduled to begin at 12:30 p.m. ET. Watch this live video from CNN, broadcast April 3, 2012.   Photo: Shutterstock…

Dick Morris: Obama rekindling ‘the sense of black victimization’

Fox News commentator Dick Morris says that President Barack Obama has a plan to win re-election by “stoking a feeling of victimization in the African-American community.” “He can’t give Spike Lee’s money back because his whole goal is to provoke a racial confrontation,” Morris explained. “You say the president’s goal…

80-year-old woman lands plane after husband collapses

An 80-year-old woman in Door County, California successfully landed a small plane after her husband collapsed and died Monday evening, according to WLUK-TV. The woman called into Door County’s Dispatch Center after 5 PM to report her traumatic situation onboard their twin engine Cessna airplane after her husband passed out.…

Today Show’s Matt Lauer tweaks Palin for joining ‘lamestream media’

On Tuesday morning’s “Today Show,” former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin (R) appeared determined to play the good sport. For her debut moment, the mother of six appeared hidden behind a pile of newspapers, a joking reference to Matt Lauer’s question yesterday during a pre-appearance chat, asking whether the governor had…

Zimmerman defender rants about ‘young black males’

In an interview on Tuesday, one of George Zimmerman’s neighbors referred to “young black males” eight times, but insisted that there was no racial profiling by his neighborhood watch. Speaking to CNN’s Soledad O’Brien, Frank Taaffe defended Zimmerman’s February slaying of Trayvon Martin, an unarmed African-American teen. “Neighbor-hood, that’s a…

Plane crashes into roof of Florida supermarket

An experimental small aircraft crashed into the roof of a Publix supermarket in DeLand, Florida on Monday evening sending shoppers and employees fleeing the resulting fireball. According to ABC News, five people were injured in the explosion, including the aircrafts’s pilot and passenger, who are in critical condition. Witnesses reported…

Romney: Obama wants to ‘establish a religion called secularism’

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney on Monday said that President Barack Obama had taken his war on faith to the next level by wanting to establish a new “religion” for the purpose of rejecting all religious doctrines. At an event in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, a supporter asked the candidate what the…

Hedges: NDAA is ‘chilling’ the practice of journalism

Speaking about his lawsuit against the U.S. government over its claim that it may indefinitely imprison anyone it believes to be involved in terrorism, journalist Chris Hedges warned that the 2011 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) is already having a “chilling” effect on the serious practice of journalism. That’s because…

Colbert: Pink slime is ‘a member of the transgender community’

Stephen Colbert addressed the crackdown on pink slime Monday evening, describing it as “delicious wholesome meal” that is used to “form the Hamburger Helper.” “Oh, pink slime is bad, but green slime is good to dump on our children?” the Comedy Central host said. “Pink slime is nothing more than…

Jon Stewart lampoons tepid endorsements of Romney

Daily Show host Jon Stewart on Monday night analyzed the less-than-enthusiastic endorsements of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney. “Look, Romney is going to be the nominee. Everybody’s decided. They’re all getting behind him. What they haven’t really decided is why,” he said. Many Republicans have offered mild endorsements of the…

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