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Obama rips Romney’s Navy expansion: ‘We also have fewer horses and bayonets’

President Barack Obama on Monday mocked Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney’s complaint about having less ships in the U.S. Navy, saying that the country also had “fewer horses and bayonets.” During the third 2012 presidential debate, the GOP hopeful said that he would be able to balance the budget while…

Romney on drones: ‘Use any and all means necessary to take out’ enemies

During the third 2012 presidential debate, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney praised President Barack Obama for his use of unmanned aerial drones to fight terrorism. “I believe we should use any and all means necessary to take out people who pose a threat to us and our friends around the…

Moderator Schieffer slips up, calls bin Laden ‘Obama’

The single letter separating the president’s name from that of America’s former enemy number one has led to many verbal miscues, the latest of which took place during the final presidential debate Monday night. Moderator Bob Schieffer, setting up a question about Pakistan’s loyalty to the U.S., accidentally referred to…

Obama rips Romney on military size: ‘The question is not a game of battleship’

President Barack Obama laughed off Mitt Romney’s argument that he had weakened the military through downsizing by joking that it was only natural for advancements in technology to make obsolete older weapons—such as those from the Civil War. In a discussion about the size of the military, Romney went after…

Press-credentialed man sneakily gives finger to live Fox News broadcast

Fox News inadvertently aired a middle finger salute during their pre-debate coverage when an unidentified man with press credentials crept into the network’s shot and flipped a subtle middle finger to the camera. While host Shepard Smith interviewed Obama surrogate General Wesley Clark at Lynn University prior to Monday’s final…

WATCH LIVE: Obama, Romney face off in final presidential debate

President Barack Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney debate foreign policy Monday night at Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida. Watch live video below:…

CNN host to Bryan Fischer: If that’s the gay Gestapo, then I’m a card carrying member

CNN host Carol Costello on Monday responded to Bryan Fischer of the American Family Association, who accused her of being part of the “gay Gestapo.” “Well, Mr. Fischer if that’s the definition of the gay Gestapo, then I’m a proud card carrying member,” she said. “We thought it was important…

Louisiana woman set on fire, ‘KKK’ painted on her car

Police in Winnsboro, Louisiana confirmed on Monday that a woman had been set on fire over the weekend and racial slurs were found scrawled on her car. Sharmeka Moffitt told police that she was attacked and burned by three men wearing white hoodies at a park in Franklin Parish on…

Rep. Peter King: ‘I think they’re hiding’ even though CIA backs Obama on Libya

President Barack Obama said plainly on Sept. 12 that the attack on America’s embassy in Libya was an act of terrorism, but he refrained from using that word again for about two weeks while the investigation was ongoing — a gap that’s got many Republicans absolutely obsessed. Count Rep. Peter…

‘Copwatch,’ or: How activists are changing police behaviors in New York City

In a unique activism short film, the Waging Nonviolence blog explored how activists in New York City are working to change police behaviors there by organizing “copwatch” patrols that diligently film police encounters. The tactic of copwatching was started in the ’70s by Black Panther activists in San Diego, but…

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