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California lawmaker surprised to find genre of music cannot be outlawed

A California assemblywoman on a quest to end raves was surprised to find that electronic dance music could not be outlawed. Democratic Assemblywoman Fiona Ma tried to ban the music after a 15-year-old girl died at The Electric Daisy Carnival in Los Angeles, apparently from an ecstasy overdose. “We found…

Gary Johnson: I would have vetoed DHS after 9/11

Republican presidential candidate Gary Johnson is fond of saying no. As governor of New Mexico, he vetoed more legislation that all other governors combined. On Wednesday, he told the New Hampshire Legislature that he would have even blocked the creation of the Department of Homeland Security if he had been…

Watch: Bill O’Reilly tells Tavis Smiley to ‘knock it off with the black business’

In a tense conversation on Tuesday’s “O’Reilly Factor,” Fox News opinion host Bill O’Reilly squared off with Tavis Smiley and Cornel West, two of the nation’s foremost black intellectuals, and told them to “knock it off with the black business, will ya.” “We treat everybody the same here,” he insisted.…

WATCH: ‘I Am Not Moving’ compares Arab Spring to Occupy Wall Street

A video combining footage of United States government leaders and clips of the grassroots Occupy Wall Street movement in downtown New York City has gone viral, reposted across several accounts on YouTube. The video opens with a statement by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton about the Egyptian uprising that sparked…

Perry: ‘We fought the revolution in the 16th century’

Republican presidential candidate Rick Perry says debates aren’t his strong suit, but apparently history isn’t either. Speaking at the Beta Theta Pi fraternity on Dartmouth College’s campus after Tuesday night’s The Washington Post/Bloomberg presidential debate, Perry missed the date of the American Revolution by about 200 years. “Our Founding Fathers…

Tea party Rep: I had ‘verbal’ agreement not to pay child support

Tea party Rep. Joe Walsh (R-IL) has a message for those who have been critical of him failing to pay child support: Don’t blame me, blame my ex-wife. According to the Chicago Sun Times, the Illinois congressman said him and his former spouse Laura Walsh had ‘a verbal agreement’ that…

Lawsuit: New Hampshire school allowed racial harassment

A $1 million lawsuit is alleging that officials at Raymond High School in New Hampshire did almost nothing to stop the racial harassment of a 16-year-old student. The suit claims that officials did little to protect the boy from a daily onslaught of racial slurs, according to WMUR. The mother…

The Bloomberg GOP debate in 100 seconds

In case you intentionally missed out on Tuesday evening’s Republican debate (or couldn’t find Bloomberg TV, the channel it was on), Talking Points Memo’s 100 second review has you covered. “Repeal everything,” is the theme of the video, as all of the candidates made sure to express their criticism of…

Romney says Christie on his VP short list

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie announced last week that he wasn’t running for the Republican nomination, but he could still end up in the White House in 2012 if Mitt Romney is the nominee. In an interview aired Wednesday, Romney told NBC’s Jamie Gangel that Christie would be on his…

Sen. Bernie Sanders blasts GOP for blocking jobs bill

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) said Tuesday night on MSNBC’s The Ed Show that it was “beyond his comprehension” how not even one Republican voted for Barack Obama’s American Jobs Act in the midst of the “economic crisis” facing the country. The added that, if anything, the bill did not go…

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