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Fox analyst: ‘The very poor suffer from gout’

Fox News business analyst Charles Payne continued his usual attack of America’s impoverished Saturday morning, agreeing with Mitt Romney’s much discussed and criticized comment this week. In fact, Payne told Neil Cavuto that the country’s financially challenged actually suffer from gout. “Mitt was right,” he said. “The very poor in…

Watch LIVE: Occupy DC getting evicted

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Moyers: Saul Alinsky ‘was a good American’

Bill Moyers decided Friday evening to defend community activist figure Saul Alinsky from Newt Gingrich’s constant attacks on him on the campaign trail. Going a little more in depth than Bill Maher’s colorful portrayal last weekend, Moyers expressed how Republicans such as former House Majority Leader Dick Armey and even…

Bill Maher ‘unbaptizes’ Mitt Romney’s dead Atheist father-in-law

As Gawker noted last week, Ann Romney’s father, Edward Davies –a scientist and engineer who worked on NASA’s early space program– died a “resolute atheist who insisted that his family be raised without participating in an organized religion.” But that didn’t stop GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney from having his…

Santorum: Iranian nukes would threaten Missouri

During a campaign speech delivered in Missouri on Friday, Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum did his best to make his audience shake in their boots with the specter of an Iranian nuclear attack. “Once they have a nuclear weapon, let me assure you, you will not be safe, even here…

Prank by inmates sneaks a pig into police car decals

Inmates in a prison print shop in Vermont took advantage of an assignment to make decals of the state seal for police cars by subtly altering the image they were handed to reproduce. Now the police have realized there’s a pig lurking in their version of the seal, and they’re…

Documentary: Breast cancer cure ‘hijacked’ by pink ribbons

Long before Susan G. Komen for the Cure decided to cut off funding for Planned Parenthood, one breast cancer survivor began to ask questions about how the cause of finding a cure had turned into a money-making enterprise. Dr. Samantha King’s 2008 book, “Pink Ribbons” — which questions the legitimacy…

Catholic univ. backs down, allows lesbians in Valentine’s contest

A Catholic college in in Pennsylvania has reversed their decision not to allow a same sex couple to enter an alumni Valentine’s Day contest. In a posting on Facebook Wednesday, Megan Lynn explained that she and her partner, Katie MacTurk, had entered The Saint Joseph’s University Alumni Association’s “How I…

Orrin Hatch: Obama thinks he’s Jesus Christ

Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-UT) is offended that President Barack Obama quoted scripture to make the case for a fairer tax policy. Speaking to a group of mostly-conservative politicians at the annual National Prayer Breakfast on Thursday, the president proved that conservatives do not have a monopoly on using religion to…

Colbert to spend super PAC’s million dollars on ‘cat breading’ meme

The Colbert super PAC has netted more than one million dollars, according to its Federal Election filing. On Thursday night’s episode of The Colbert Report, host Stephen Colbert confirmed that viewers “gave until it hurt,” although some, he said, apparently have a very low threshold for pain. Some 1,600 donors…

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