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Mexico City zombie horde hopes to set world record

A horde of almost 10,000 zombies moaned and shambled its way through in Mexico City on Saturday in a bid to set a new world record. The official Guinness record of 4,093 zombie marchers was set in Asbury Park, NJ in 2010. The city of Brisbane, Australia, where 8,000 zombies…

‘Occupy Philadelphia’ avoids scheduled eviction

Update: As of 6:15, Michael Tracey tweets, “Chief Inspector Joe Sullivan indicates police will *not* be forcibly evicting @OccupyPhilly tonight.” However, protesters remain prepared for anything to happen. Following the passing of a 5:00 PM Sunday deadline issued by the City of Philadelphia for the eviction of Occupy Philadelphia protesters…

Durbin on NATO airstrike: ‘How would we respond if it were U.S. troops?’

In response to the NATO airstrike killing 24 Pakistani soldiers, Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) struck a tone of sympathy on Fox News Sunday, wondering how the reaction would be if it were U.S. forces killed by a foreign drone on home soil. “I’m deeply saddened that 24 or 25 Pakistani…

Afghan police laugh while forcing cross-dresser to strip

Video of Afghan police laughing while forcing a cross-dressing man to strip has gone viral, being viewed over 44,000 times in just one day. Filmed near Kabul earlier this month and uploaded to LiveLeak.com Saturday, the eight-minute video shows Afghan National Police humiliating the man nearly to the point of…

Kyl denies Norquist ‘cowed’ him into sabotaging the super committee

Arizona Sen. Jon Kyl (R) insists that he wasn’t pressured by anti-tax crusader Grover Norquist into sabotaging a deal to lower the U.S. budget deficit. After Kyl indicated that he was open to a super committee deal that would raise revenues as well as cut spending, Politico reported that Norquist…

‘Occupy Oklahoma City’ mic-checks Wal-Mart Black Friday shoppers

While the usual stories of overcrowded lines and violent shopper actions dominated Black Friday headlines for another year, ‘Occupy Oklahoma City’ protesters provided something different from the day’s norm. Demonstrators gathered at three Wal-Marts in Oklahoma City and mic-checked both employees and customers. The Occupiers mentioned in their speech how…

Cain says TSA profiling isn’t like ‘driving while black’

Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain insisted Sunday that allowing the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to profile airline passengers was different than “driving while black.” During a CNN debate earlier this month, Cain proposed a policy which he called “targeted identification” to find terrorists at airports, something most people call racial…

‘Occupy San Diego’ targets Wal-Mart on Black Friday

Protesters affiliated with “Occupy San Diego” took their demonstration to two Wal-Mart stores on Black Friday. A group of protesters filled shopping carts with merchandise and congregated at the check out lines at their first target, a Wal-Mart on on Murphy Canyon Road in San Diego, California. “Citizens of WalMart!” they…

Huntsman: ‘Not running’ from support of in-state tuition for immigrants

Republican presidential candidate Jon Huntsman said Sunday that he was “not running” his past support for in-state tuition for undocumented immigrants. Both former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and Texas Gov. Rick Perry have recently been hit with criticism for policies that could benefit immigrants. During a September debate for the…

Schecter: Reagan and the Right made Iran what it is today

RT America is the U.S. bureau of RT, formerly Russia Today. From its Washington, DC studio comes this clip of Peter Levelle’s show “Crosstalk” in which disgraced Tea Party Express leader Mark Williams goes head-to-head against The Real McCain author Cliff Schecter. Sparks fly as Williams criticizes President Obama on…

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