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Peter King ‘offended’ Obama cited ‘moral reasons’ for new drone, Gitmo policy

Rep. Peter King (R-NY) on Sunday blasted President Barack Obama for taking a “moral tone” in shaping U.S. counterterrorism policy. In the first major speech of his second term on Thursday, the president highlighted the need to restrict the use of unnamed drones, close the detention center at Guantanamo Bay…

Rand Paul: Obama ‘losing the moral authority to lead this nation’

Tea party-backed Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) on Sunday warned President Barack Obama that he was in danger of “losing the moral authority to lead this nation” because the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) unfairly scrutinized the tax-exempt status of conservative groups. “I don’t know if people were targeted for conservative religious…

Bob Dole: Republicans need ‘closed for repair’ sign until 2014

Former Republican presidential nominee Bob Dole is telling Republicans to put a “closed for repair” sign on the door until 2014 so that the party can develop a “positive agenda.” In an interview that aired on Sunday, Dole told Fox News host Chris Wallace that “there was no doubt about…

CNN host to Code Pink activist: You seem a little crazy

CNN’s Carol Costello on Saturday scolded prominent anti-war activist Medea Benjamin of Code Pink for repeatedly interrupting President Barack Obama during a major national security speech. “I posted the question on my Facebook page and asked them what they wanted to ask you,” Costello said. “And a lot of them…

Graham: Military women put up with ‘way too much crap’

The senior Republican senator from South Carolina — who serves in the U.S. Air Force Reserves and opposes taking sexual assault cases out of the military chain of command — says that women in the armed services “put up with way too much crap.” In a Memorial Day interview, Fox…

Anti-Muslim violence rises in England after soldier’s death

By Daniel Boffey, The Guardian YouGove poll shows rise in proportion of people who believe British Muslims pose a threat to democracy Nearly two-thirds of people believe there will be a ‘clash of civilisations’ between British Muslims and white Britons in the wake of the murder of a British soldier…

‘Arrested Development’ online skit gets musical spoof

Take heart, Arrested Development fans: Now you can insert Tobias Funke anywhere, in song. Building on an online skit released by the makers of the Fox cult comedy, Antonius and Vijay Nazareth added their own showtune-like take on the good Dr. Funke’s bid for Hollywood stardom with “Insert Me Anywhere…

More than 200 evacuated, one dead as record flooding lashes San Antonio

A 29-year-old woman is dead and more than 200 people had to be rescued as record-setting flooding hit San Antonio, Texas, on Saturday. The Associated Press reported that the San Antonio Fire Department conducted 235 rescues during the day, pulling residents to safety from their homes and cars after the…

‘March Against Monsanto’ protests attract millions worldwide

Protesters in more than 50 countries mobilized on Saturday for a series of demonstrations against agricultural business titan Monsanto, far surpassing the organizer’s expectations, the Chicago Sun-Times reported. “If I had gotten 3,000 people to join me, I would have considered that a success,” activist Tami Canal told the newspaper.…

Florida squatter found with more than a dozen dead cats in freezer

A foreclosure eviction in Tampa, Florida yielded a grisly find for authorities on Thursday, as they found not only a squatter on the property, but dozens of dead and diseased cats. WPEC-TV reported on Saturday that 66-year-old James Hopkins was discovered on the premises, which belonged to another person. Besides…

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