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Labor activists protest Indiana House speaker with Christmas carols

The labor rights group Central Indiana Jobs with Justice showed up at the home of Indiana House Speaker Brian Bosma (R) last week to express their displeasure with “right to work” legislation he has championed. “One the first day of Christmas Brian Bosma gave to me, a right to work…

Imus: Former Cheney aide ‘smoking meth’ to think Gingrich can win

Fox Business host Don Imus says you would have to be high to believe former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (R) can win against President Barack Obama in the general election. On Monday, Imus told Mary Matalin, a former advisor to Vice President Dick Cheney, that she must be “smoking meth”…

Trooper uncovers 160 pounds of pot during traffic stop

If you’re hoping to smuggle hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of marijuana in a rented van, you probably shouldn’t violate routine traffic laws. A state trooper allegedly found 160 pounds of marijuana after pulling over a van on Interstate 84 for an unsafe lane change and speeding, according to…

Robertson: SNL Tebow skit fueled by ‘anti-Christian bigotry’

Incensed over Saturday Night Live‘s light-hearted skit on Jesus and football quarterback Tim Tebow, Pat Robertson provided another stern lecture Monday morning to his viewers. On the latest episode of The 700 Club, the televangelist thought the segment was brought on by “an anti-Christian bigotry that’s disgusting.” “If this had…

WATCH LIVE: Hillary Clinton press conference with Japan’s foreign minister

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton holds a joint media availability with Japan’s Foreign Minister Koichiro Gemba. Watch this video from MSNBC, broadcast Dec. 19, 2011. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

Perry to bisexual 14-year-old: Homosexuality is a ‘sin’

Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry explained Sunday that his faith tells him that gay men and lesbians shouldn’t be allowed to serve openly in the military. Following a campaign event in Decorah, Iowa, 14-year-old Rebecka Green, who openly identifies as bisexual, asked the Texas governor why he was “so opposed…

Bachmann’s husband: Kinsey’s research on homosexuality is a ‘myth’

Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) received another uncomfortable moment on the campaign trail about her anti-gay views Sunday evening. According to CNN, the congresswoman and her husband Marcus encountered Kathy Schnell, a woman wearing a Bachmann sticker and holding up a sign saying “Gay-friendly Iowan.” While smiling to sign the poster,…

Parody: Santa 2012 candidate promises ‘no presents for gays’

It’s been difficult for Kris Kringle to deliver presents around the world in tough economic times — and now several challengers are looking to the 2012 election to claim the title of Santa Claus. In Funny or Die’s parody of current campaign advertisements, candidates for Santa 2012 are attacking the…

O’Reilly: Romney, Gingrich will ‘say anything’ to win

Fox News host Bill O’Reilly doesn’t understand why anyone would listen to Republican presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich because “[t]hey’ll say anything” to win the GOP nomination. CNBC’s Carl Quintanilla asked O’Reilly on Monday if Gingrich could move ahead by attacking Romney for making millions while laying off…

Scientists warn against eating packaged cookie dough

Next time you have the urge to eat cookie dough, it’s something that you may want to strongly reconsider. Scientists from the journal Clinical-Infectious Diseases found in a recent study of the 2009 E.coli outbreak that 77 people in 30 states became ill after eating Nestle’s Toll House raw cookie…

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