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‘Morning Joe’ panel calls Ted Cruz ‘completely ignorant’ member of ‘Taliban’

Wednesday morning on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” host Joe Scarborough and panel ripped into Texas freshman Sen. Ted Cruz and his intention to shut down the federal government to stop the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. Scarborough called Cruz a “train wreck” and “completely ignorant,” while Daily Best editor Tina…

Enormous 33 pound mushroom found in China

China’s Yunnan province is known as the “Kingdom of Mushrooms” for its rich diversity of more than 600 species of edible fungi. But even the hungriest of mushroom fans might find this monster mushroom, recently discovered in Yunnan, a little hard to…  …

John Oliver rips Halliburton for destroying the Gulf of Mexico: They can go eat a bag of dicks

Tuesday night on The Daily Show, host John Oliver blasted oil giant Halliburton over the 2010 Gulf of Mexico spill. After the Deepwater Horizon rig exploded and leaked nearly 5 million barrels of crude oil into the Gulf, Halliburton conducted an internal review and concluded BP was entirely to blame.…

Jeffrey Toobin and Glenn Greenwald fiercely battle over Bradley Manning

Is Army Private First Class Bradley Manning a whistleblower or a criminal for releasing thousands of secret State Department documents? CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin and Guardian columnist Glenn Greenwald debate the topic Tuesday night on CNN. Manning was found guilty in a military court-martial of numerous charges for transferring…

Chris Hayes mocks Bill O’Reilly with satirical tirade against white culture

MSNBC host Chris Hayes mocked Bill O’Reilly on Tuesday, parodying the Fox News host’s claim “black culture” was fundamentally violent. The segment began with Hayes showing a video clip of white teens rioting in California this month. The MSNBC host said the mainstream media was covering up the “white riot”…

Bernie Sanders debates conservative economist over living wage laws

Tuesday on CNN, Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and conservative economist Douglas Holtz-Eakin debated the effects of raising the minimum wage. President Barack Obama has called on Congress to raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $9 per hour. The minimum wage was last raised from $5.15 in 2007 to…

Rand Paul: Chris Christie ‘is the king of bacon’

Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) shot back at New Jersey Governor Chris Christie on Tuesday, continuing a feud that was sparked last week. “This is the king of bacon talking about bacon,” Paul said on CNN. Earlier in the day, Christie had dismissed the Kentucky senator’s criticism of his request for…

Christie slams Rand Paul by accusing Kentucky of being a leech on the federal government

Republican Governor Chris Christie slammed Senator Rand Paul on Tuesday, after the Kentucky senator accused him of begging the federal government for money. During a press conference, Christie noted that his state paid more in federal taxes than they got back, which was not true to of the state that…

Robertson tells viewer with ‘demons’ to ‘burn the house down’ or get exorcism

Televangelist Pat Robertson on Tuesday advised a viewer who he suspected was being tormented by “demons” to “burn the house down,” move or get an exorcism. In a letter to CBN, a person wrote that their house had “moaning coming from the walls, lights turn on and off, the TV…

Fox Business host: Feeding hungry seniors is ‘called buying votes’

Fox Business host Stuart Varney on Tuesday accused the AARP of signing hungry seniors up for food stamps as part of a “buy-the-vote campaign” to benefit President Barack Obama. On Saturday, the Tribune-Democrat reported that the Pennsylvania chapter of the AARP launched an effort to sign more people up for…

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