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Documentary shows Catholic positions on abortion, contraception are relatively new

The group Catholics for Choice released a 45-minute documentary on Tuesday that seeks to educate viewers about moral theology and reproductive ethics not typically associated with Catholicism. “Contrary to popular opinion, there is more to Catholics’ beliefs than what the hierarchy espouses,” Jon O’Brien, president of Catholics for Choice, said.…

Glenn Beck dunks Obama figurine in jar of ‘urine’

Former Fox News conspiracy theorist Glenn Beck put on his art critic hat Tuesday and proceeded to dunk a figurine of President Barack Obama into a jar of what he claimed to be urine. Repeatedly calling himself one of the “100 most important people in the art industry,” Beck adopted…

Fox News psychiatrist: Woman ‘nuts’ for ‘gender bending’ son with a doll

Fox News’ resident psychiatrist Dr. Keith Ablow on Wednesday offered his professional opinion that a woman was “nuts” for buying her son a doll because it was “gender bending.” During a “Normal or Nuts?” segment on Fox & Friends, the Fox News Medical A-Team member responded to a viewer who…

Watch live: Obama delivers remarks on middle class taxes

President Barack Obama delivers remarks on the impact higher taxes would have on the middle class. Watch live, broadcast on NBC News on Nov. 28. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

Yahoo CEO Mayer: ‘It’s God, family and Yahoo – in that order’

In a rare public appearance, new Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer harkened back to her Wisconsin roots — specifically, famed Green Bay Packers coach Vince Lombardi — in outlining her life priorities. “Vince Lombardi says, ‘In my life there are three things: God, family and the Green Bay Packers, in that…

Scarborough to Republicans: Start attacking Susan Rice for her ‘temperament’

Conservative MSNBC host Joe Scarborough is recommending that Republicans shift from attacking U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice over Benghazi and focus on her “temperament.” During a panel segment on Wednesday’s Morning Joe, co-host Mika Brzezinski reported that Sens. John McCain (R-AZ), Kelly Ayotte (R-NH) and Lindsey Graham…

Maddow: GOP attacking Rice so Kerry will leave Senate

It doesn’t matter how many closed-door meetings Republicans have with the CIA and U.S. Ambassador Susan Rice, MSNBC host Rachel Maddow theorized Tuesday, because Rice being named Secretary of State would prevent them from what they really want: the chance to get another seat in the Senate. The reason, Maddow…

Indiana State Police chief advises lawmakers to legalize and tax pot

The top cop for the Indiana State Police on Tuesday advised a group of state lawmakers that marijuana be legalized and taxed. Speaking at a budget committee meeting, Superintendent Paul Whitesell noted that both Colorado and Washington had decriminalized small amounts of the drug for recreational use. “It’s here, it’s…

Colbert: Anti-tax pledge is eternal, ‘like a pact with the devil, or a gym membership’

While other conservatives are abandoning Grover Norquist, Stephen Colbert said Tuesday he would stick by the anti-tax advocate — after all, a promise is a promise. “An anti-tax pledge is eternal and unbreakable,” Colbert said. “It is like a pact with the devil, or a gym membership.” More and more…

Stewart chides ‘greedy’ Walmart workers for Black Friday protests

Jon Stewart bemoaned the Black Friday protests at Walmart stores on his show Tuesday, implying that getting a ringside seat to watching shoppers angrily threaten or outright trample one another was benefit enough for their work. “Truly, your vest runneth over,” he said on The Daily Show Tuesday in a…

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