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Coulter calls to name abortion patients because they ‘might be willing to murder a child’

Conservative columnist Ann Coulter says that if newspapers are going to publish the names of people who have gun permits then they should also publish the names of women who had abortions because “mothers might want to know what other women on their street might be willing to murder a…

GOP Rep.: Hurricane Sandy relief ‘reminds me of the stimulus package’

Appearing Thursday on the fringe right-wing American Family Association talk show “Focal Points,” Rep. Tim Huelskamp (R-KS) announced that he is “not convinced” that funding for Hurricane Sandy relief is really needed, saying the disaster recovery bill “reminds me of the stimulus package.” “It certainly is loaded up with pork.…

Watch live: House debates Sandy relief funding

U.S. House of Representatives is in session for consideration of Sandy relief and other issues. Watch live, broadcast on NBC News on Jan. 4. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

Fox News guest links Gore to terrorists for selling to Al Jazeera instead of Beck

The hosts of Fox & Friends on Friday slammed former Democratic Vice President Al Gore for being a “great American businessman” and selling his Current TV network to the “clearly anti-American” Al Jazeera network instead of former Fox News host Glenn Beck. On Thursday, The Wall Street Journal reported that…

Barney Frank: I would accept temporary appointment to John Kerry’s Senate seat

On Friday, Massachusetts congressman Rep. Barney Frank (D) announced that he has spoken to Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick about the possibility of accepting a temporary appointment to Sen. John Kerry (D-MA)’s seat in the U.S. Senate should Kerry be confirmed as U.S. Secretary of State. After 32 years in the…

Rep. Ellison: ‘If Republicans want to do cuts,’ then cut corporate welfare

Appearing on “The Young Turks” Thursday, Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) agreed with Republicans that cuts are needed to restore the nation’s fiscal outlook, but he wants to look in the last place conservatives are interested in curtailing: corporate welfare. “If Republicans want to have a conversation about cuts, we should…

O’Reilly: Asians not liberal ‘by nature’ because they’re ‘industrious and hard-working’

Thursday on Fox News Channel’s “The O’Reilly Factor,” host Bill O’Reilly and producer Jesse Watters engaged in a discussion of the changing demographics of the U.S. and noted, with puzzlement, that many Asian-Americans are voting Democratic. According to Media Matters, O’Reilly suggested that this is surprising because “Asian people are…

Maddow wonders if endless war on terror is morally forgivable

On her show Thursday night, MSNBC host Rachel Maddow summed up why many Americans are so distraught over counter-terrorism efforts such as Guantanamo Bay and targeted drone strikes. Before interviewing former Defense Department general counsel Jeh Johnson, Maddow noted that German prisoners were held on U.S. soil during World War…

Rep. Grayson: Republicans using debt ceiling as ‘legislative terrorism’

Rep. Alan Grayson (D-FL) blasted Republicans on Thursday night for planning to use the federal debt ceiling as leverage in the ongoing battle over government spending. He said Republicans saw the debt ceiling as “a device to extract concessions they would otherwise never be able to accomplish.” “That is why…

CNN contributor explains pagan origins of Christian holidays to Wisconsin lawmaker

On Wednesday night, CNN contributor Martin Roland informed Wisconsin state Sen. Glenn Grothman that many Christian holidays could be traced back to pagan celebrations. The Republican lawmaker recently gained national attention after issuing an anti-Kwanzaa press release (PDF). On CNN, Grothman explained that Americans shouldn’t celebrate the African American holiday…

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