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Alleged ex-mobster: I know where Jimmy Hoffa was buried

An 85-year-old alleged member of the mafia in Detroit has gone public with allegations he knows where labor leader Jimmy Hoffa was buried following his disappearance in 1975. WNBC-TV reported on Monday that in an interview, Tony Zerilli, a self-described friend of Hoffa’s, said Hoffa was buried in a field…

Vodka drip saves puppy’s life

A 9-week-old American Staffordshire puppy in Melbourne, Australia named Cleo received an unusual treatment recently after becoming poisoned by antifreeze. According to CNN, veterinarians gave the ailing hound a vodka drip that saved her life. Two weeks ago, Cleo’s owners said, the dog became ill after licking antifreeze off of…

Gingrich: Obama bullying Republicans by refusing to cave on debt ceiling

Former Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich says that House Republicans can’t win a fight to cut spending by holding the debt ceiling hostage because President Barack Obama is “going out of his way to bully” them. “In the end it’s a threat they can’t sustain,” Gingrich told CBS on Tuesday.…

Wisconsin school board delays vote to cancel elementary school gun show

Officials at Wisconsin’s Spooner Area School District refused to vote on a measure canceling an upcoming gun show at Spooner Elementary School, saying they needed more information before making a decision on whether the event is appropriate. The district has been under pressure to call off the event in the…

Colbert on Yeager: ‘Why would you ever want to take this man’s guns?’

Stephen Colbert donned his “gilly suit” on Monday for an extended defense of the rights of gun owners, including James Yeager, the Tennessee CEO who said he would “start killing people” if gun safety legislation were passed. “Why would you ever want to take away this man’s guns?” Colbert asked…

Jon Stewart responds to Krugman: Trillion dollar coin still ‘stupid f*cking idea’

On his show Monday night, The Daily Show host Jon Stewart responded to criticism from Nobel prize-winning economist Paul Krugman. In his column, Krugman attacked Stewart for lampooning his idea of minting a $1 trillion platinum coin to avert the looming federal debt ceiling battle. Krugman said Stewart typically employs…

Kentucky sheriff: ‘Moral obligation’ to defy new gun laws

An Eastern Kentucky sheriff says he will refuse to enforce any new gun laws, claiming it is his duty to protect the U.S. Constitution. “I consider this a moral obligation,” Jackson County Sheriff Denny Peyman told The Lexington Herald-Leader. He is a member of the National Rifle Association and has…

Alex Jones rails against Glenn Beck: Jefferson would spit on you, you little b*stard

Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones slammed conservative personality Glenn Beck on Monday, attacking his supposed libertarian credentials. “Glenn Beck is despicable,” Jones told The Young Turks host Cenk Uygur. “He has five guys watching everything I do, taking my news articles. Listen, four or five year ago he wouldn’t talk about…

Glenn Beck hopes to build utopian city-theme park hybrid

Conservative personality Glenn Beck last week announced grandiose plans to construct a self-sustaining “city-theme park hybrid” that would reflect traditional American values. The city, to be called “Independence,” draws heavily from ideas espoused by Walt Disney and libertarian novelist Ayn Rand. The project is expected to cost more than $2…

Fox News correspondent waves giant machete during live report

Fox News sent correspondent Phil Keating snake hunting in Florida over the weekend armed with a giant machete, which he casually waved at viewers in a live report on Monday. Keating explained to host Megyn Kelly that he had spent most of Saturday talking to some of the nearly 800…

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