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56-year-old Russian woman kills wolf with axe

A 56-year-old Russian woman became a hero in her village this week after she used an axe to kill a wolf that had locked its deadly jaws around her arm. Aishat Maksudova, from the village of Novo Biryuzak in Dagestan, told a photographer with Reuters that she “was not even…

Bryan Fischer: ‘Clamp down’ on ‘socialist’ Hispanics who voted for Obama

While many Republicans are calling on their party to be more inclusive after stinging losses in the 2012 election, the director of issues analysis of a conservative fundamentalist Christian organization says that it’s time to “clamp down” on immigrants because Hispanics voted for President Barack Obama. “Hispanics are not Democrats,…

Rescued puppy gets prosthetic paw

Hudson, a brown and white pit bull puppy, has been fitted with a prosthetic rear leg to replace the one he lost to an abusive and neglectful owner. According to Albany, New York’s Times-Union Online, the 3-month-old puppy whined a little bit when veterinarian Dr. Tom Bowersox fitted the little…

ABC station botches Petraeus book cover: ‘ALL Up IN My Snatch’

An ABC News affiliate in Denver says that while attempting to report on the resignation of former CIA Director David Petraeus, the station mistakenly aired a photoshopped version of his mistress’ book with the raunchy title “All Up In My Snatch.” KMGH-TV producer Deb Stanley told Raw Story that the…

Anti-Obama AZ woman runs over husband for not voting

An Arizona woman was arrested and charged with aggravated assault and reckless driving after running her husband over with their SUV Monday out of anger over him not voting in last week’s presidential election. KPHO-TV reported that Holly Solomon was upset over the possibility of her family “would suffer” because…

Paul Ryan: Obama won because of ‘urban’ turnout

Former Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan says that his party lost the White House in 2012 because so many “urban” voters went to the polls, not because Americans rejected his Medicare and other budget policies. “We were surprised with the outcome,” the Wisconsin Republican told WISC-TV’s Jessica Arp. “We…

Colbert admits to ‘improper relationship’ with his autobiographer

Reports that CIA Director David Petraeus had an affair with his biographer, Stephen Colbert said Monday, put a new light on a few things. “It appears that the title of Chapter 5, ‘Anaconda,’ may not refer to a ground offensive in Afghanistan,” Colbert said. “Whole different type of surge.” But…

Jon Stewart mocks Petraeus-Benghazi conspiracy: Quitting isn’t dying

On his show Monday night, The Daily Show host Jon Stewart lampooned conservative conspiracy theories about former CIA director David Petraeus. Some conservatives have suggested the Petraeus sex scandal was somehow connected to his upcoming testimony about the deaths of four Americans in Benghazi. But Stewart snarkily noted that Petraeus…

Maddow previews opportunities of Obama’s second term

On her show Monday night, MSNBC host Rachel Maddow speculated on some of the likely courses of action for Democrats now that President Barack Obama has been re-elected. The liberal MSNBC host noted that Obama would almost certainly fight to prevent the Bush tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans from…

Robert Reich: Republicans pledged to Norquist, not the American people

University of California professor Robert Reich said the election had not changed Republican’s unwillingness to let the Bush tax cuts expire for wealthy Americans. “We are back to where we were before the election in some respects,” he told Current TV host Eliot Spitzer. “There is a core — and…

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