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Coulter on black liberals: ‘Our blacks are better than their blacks’

After labeling Herman Cain’s sexual harassment scandal another “high tech lynching” from the left, Ann Coulter wasn’t done providing more controversial comments to the issue of race. Appearing on Fox News Hannity, the polarizing right-wing figure did what she normally does best, slamming liberals with her usual “our side is…

One protester dead in Oklahoma City, nine arrested in Portland

In what was an otherwise calm night across the country, one Occupy Oklahoma City protester was found dead and nine Occupy Portland protesters were arrested. In a press advisory Monday, Occupy Oklahoma City organizers expressed their sadness at the passing of a homeless protester who went by the name “Street…

Colbert: Co-Opting ‘Occupy’ would ‘spread their message of my message’

Concerned by this past weekend’s unexpected snowstorm and an impending harsh winter season potentially affecting their movement, Stephen Colbert spent his Monday evening offering a bit of support to “Occupy Wall Street.” Inspired by former House Majority Leader Dick Armey helping fund the tea party through his Freedomworks organization, the…

Taibbi: Perry ‘just kind of lost it’

Rolling Stone contributor Matt Taibbi says that Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry has “just kind of lost it.” Over the weekend, Perry gave an odd speech in New Hampshire that quickly went viral and caused some to suggest that he might be medicated or drunk. “When he felt like he…

Stewart: Romney is ‘the luckiest motherfudger on Earth’

Intrigued by Herman Cain facing sexual allegations, Jon Stewart tried to find some excuse for the new Republican presidential front runner Monday evening. “In Herman Cain’s defense, there is very little in the pizza world that is not sexually suggestive,” Stewart said. “Hey, hey, you want sausage on your pie?…

Olbermann wears Guy Fawkes mask to report on foreclosure mill

Current TV’s Keith Olbermann got into the Halloween spirit Monday by donning a Guy Fawkes to report on a foreclosure mill that encouraged employees to dress up as homeless people. A former employee of foreclosure firm Steven J. Baum provided The New York Times with photos of employees at a…

Watch: Cain randomly breaks out into song during press conference

Mere hours after Politico’s story broke about the sexual harassment allegations against GOP presidential candidate Herman Cain, the former Godfather’s Pizza CEO appeared at The National Press Club to confront questions about the scandal. Instead of putting the questions to rest, Cain seemed to make the problem worse by giving…

Maddow: Oddball speech the end of Perry’s campaign

Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry was unusually expressive and giddy during a speech Friday to an influential conservative group in New Hampshire. He was so out of character that some have even questioned if he was drunk. MSNBC host Rachel Maddow said Monday night that the “devastating” video of his…

‘Occupy Denver’ spokeswoman says police injustice only boosts protest

“Occupy Denver” media coordinator Jeannie Harley said on Current TV’s Countdown with Keith Olbermann that she did not witness any protesters being unruly during the violent arrests at Saturday’s rally in Civic Center Park. “We’d had a perfectly peaceful march, a perfectly peaceful rally, and it turned into something much…

Sen. Bernie Sanders: U.S. becoming laughing stock of the world

Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont said Monday night that the United States was becoming “the laughing stock of the entire world” because of the nation’s crumbling infrastructure. The Senate will take up this week a part of Barack Obama’s American Jobs Act that would provide $60 billion create a…

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