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Gingrich on Israel-Gaza conflict: End all this talk about the peace process

Sunday morning on ABC’s This Week, former Republican House Speaker Newt Gingrich said Israel should continue its aerial bombardment of Gaza and not worry about negotiating a cease fire agreement. “Well, I think two things,” he said. “One is, end all this talk about the peace process. You have a…

Sen. Levin on Susan Rice: One of the most unfair attacks I’ve ever seen

Democratic Sen. Carl Levin (MI) on Sunday defended UN Ambassador Susan Rice from her Republican critics. Shortly after the deadly ­attack on a U.S. diplomatic mission in Libya, Rice said the siege was part of a spontaneous protest against an anti-Islam film produced in the United States. It later was…

Rep. Tom Price: ‘Balanced approach’ means no tax increases

Rep. Tom Price (R-GA) says that Republicans are willing to compromise on a deal to reduce the deficit, but a “balanced approach” would include no increases in tax rates. “A real solution includes both revenue increases and spending reductions,” Price told CNN’s Candy Crowley on Sunday, adding that higher taxes…

Lieberman on McCain, Graham: ‘My two amigos’ wrong on Benghazi hearings

Sen. Joe Lieberman (I-CT) is known for backing Sens. John McCain (R-AZ) and Lindsey Graham (R-SC) on hawkish national security policies but on Sunday said that “my two amigos” were wrong to call for a Watergate-style investigation into September attacks that killed four Americans in Benghazi. During an interview on…

Pawlenty: Voters picked Obama for ‘leadership,’ not ‘gifts’

Speaking to C-SPAN on Friday, former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty (R) contradicted failed Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s assessment of why he lost to President Barack Obama, saying that voters picked Obama for “leadership considerations,” not for the “gifts” he’d supposedly given them. “I think President Obama, first of all,…

Oliver Stone explains ‘the untold history of America’

In a wide ranging interview with “Democracy Now” this week,’ Academy Award-winning filmmaker Oliver Stone answered questions about his new Showtime series, “Oliver Stone’s Untold History of the United States.” The first episode aired on Monday night. These videos are from “Democracy Now,” aired Friday, November 17, 2012. Part two:…

Paperboy chased up tree by bug-eyed goat named ‘Voldemort’

A Utah paperboy hid atop a tree so long this week that his parents reported him missing. Amusingly, a bug-eyed goat named Voldemort was to blame. The goat is apparently a neighborhood pet, according to The Deseret News. He’s named after the villain in “Harry Potter” for his off-putting, seemingly…

Twinkies: A rest in peace tribute video

With snack-maker Hostess announcing this week that it would liquidate all its assets instead of making a deal with its labor union, it seems only fitting that someone put together a rest in peace tribute video for one of America’s longest-running snacks: the Twinkie. Thankfully, culture blog Nuclear Salad nailed…

New Yorkers march to memorialize slain gay rights activist

Dozens of New Yorkers took to the streets of Queens on Saturday night to mark the one month anniversary of the murder of Lou Rispoli, a gay rights activist well known in the community. He was reportedly attacked on October 20 by three men, who struck him on the head…

Harris-Perry: Jindal doesn’t ‘give a damn’ about Louisianans

Melissa Harris-Perry said on her Nov. 17 show that she wanted to send a letter to her governor, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal. Earlier this week, the state’s secretary of health sent a letter to the Obama administration declining to set up health insurance exchanges. Then New Orleans’ mayor wrote to…

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