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Justice Scalia: It really enrages me to hear criticism of ‘politicized court’

Justice Antonin Scalia insisted Monday that the Supreme Court had not succumb to partisan politics. “Look, some people in recent months have criticized the court as being a politicized court because all the Republican appointees vote one way and all the Democrat appointees vote the other way — and that…

Fox News host: Obama ‘answers to the Quran first and the Constitution second’

Fox News co-host Eric Bolling on Monday accused President Barack Obama of valuing the teachings of Islam over the U.S. Constitution. Bolling noted on The Five that the alleged maker of a highly controversial anti-Islam film on YouTube had been interviewed by federal probation officers over the weekend. “America changed…

Former Justice Souter: ‘Pervasive civic ignorance’ in U.S. could bring dictatorship

Retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice David H. Souter thinks the decline of civic education is putting the United States in danger. During a question and answer session last week at University of New Hampshire School of Law, Souter described “pervasive civic ignorance” as one of the biggest problems in the…

Romney: Obama supporters believe they are victims and pay no income tax

At a private fundraiser earlier this year, Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney claimed that most supporters of President Barack Obama — and nearly half of Americans — believed they were entitled to government handouts and didn’t take responsibility for their lives. “There are 47 percent of the people who will…

‘Fraggle Rock’ returns with Ben Folds in tow

Jim Henson’s “Fraggle Rock” has been off the air since 1987. So, imagine our surprise when Nerdist.com published a video this morning that not only brings the Fraggles back, but mashes them together with alt rocker Ben Folds, comedian Rob Corddry and actress Anna Kendrick in what may be the…

Watch live: Romney addresses Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney addressed the 33rd Annual U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce National Convention in Los Angeles on Monday. According to excerpts provided to CNN, Romney will present a plan to “permanently fix our immigration system,” which many see as an appeal to the Hispanic vote. According to…

Judge denies mayor’s injunction as Chicago teachers strike continues

The teachers’ strike in Chicago will not stop for at least two more days, after a judge refused on Monday to hear the city’s request for a temporary restraining order that would have forced teachers back into the classroom. The Chicago Tribune reported that Cook County Circuit Court judge Peter…

Akin’s wife says pressure to quit over ‘legitimate rape’ comment is also like getting raped

The wife of Rep. Todd Akin (R-MO) is comparing Republicans who are trying to force her husband out of the Missouri Senate race over his “legitimate rape” comment to British soldiers who raped the daughters and wives of American colonists in 1776. In a recently published profile, Lulli Akin told…

Palin questions critical biographer’s past crime reporting as new evidence comes to light

Former vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin denounced the author of a book chronicling the triple-murder conviction of a Green Beret physician Monday, on the same day new evidence in the case was set to be introduced. In a column for Breitbart.com, Palin criticized Joe McGinniss, who both chronicled the case of…

Doocy: Occupy movement ‘looks like what happened last week in Libya’

Fox News host Steve Doocy on Monday likened the latest Occupy Wall Street protests to the attacks on the U.S. Embassy in Libya that resulted in the deaths of Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans. During a segment on Fox & Friends, Doocy asked Fox News contributor (and conservative…

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