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Cheney: It was a ‘mistake’ to pick Palin for VP

Former Vice President Dick Cheney is warning presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney to choose his vice presidential nominee wisely because Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) made a “mistake” by picking former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R). During an interview clip that aired on Sunday, ABC’s Jonathan Karl asked Cheney, who…

Scalia: ‘Handheld rocket launchers’ could be constitutional

Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia on Sunday said that even “handheld rocket launchers” could be considered legal under his interpretation of the Constitution’s Second Amendment. In the wake of a massacre in Colorado that left 12 dead and 58 wounded, host Chris Wallace asked Scalia if the Constitution would support…

Romney promises to back an Israeli strike on Iran

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney would “respect” and back Israel if they decided to attack Iran to prevent the country from developing nuclear weapons, the candidate’s campaign said on Sunday. “If Israel has to take action on its own, in order to stop Iran from developing the capability, the…

London cabbie improvises with ‘hotel-for-one’

With the London Olympics threatening to put a crimp on his business, one local cab driver improved his chances by converting his cab into a mini-motel, The Daily Mail reports. “I’m offering the authentic London experience,” cabbie David Weekes said. “I know this city like the back of my hand…

Photos show U.S. flags on the moon are still standing

New photos from NASA’s Lunar Reconnaisance Orbiter Camera (LROC) reveal that most of the American flags planted on the moon during the Apollo mission series are still standing, according to Space.com. “It is now certain that the American flags are still standing and casting shadows at all of the sites,…

‘ALEC Rock’ cartoon explains corporate political influence

A new video updates a classic Schoolhouse Rock concept to explain the basics behind the American Legislative Exchange Council controversy. “ALEC Rock,” produced by Pulitzer Prize-winning political cartoonist Mark Fiore and a number of advocacy groups including the Center for Media and Democracy, introduces us to “ALEC,” a malevolent replacement…

Idaho billboard compares Pres. Obama to Aurora shooter James Holmes

A billboard in Caldwell, Idaho that compares President Barack Obama to alleged mass murderer James Holmes has drawn complaints and allegations that the foundation responsible for the billboard has gone too far. Over a photograph of Holmes, blocky text reads, “Kills 12 in movie theater with assault rifle. Everyone freaks…

Harris-Perry: Romney would be Bush-but-worse on foreign policy

Friday night on “The Rachel Maddow Show,” guest host Melissa Harris-Perry attempted to glean a greater truth from all of the hullaballoo over Republican presidential candidate Gov. Mitt Romney (R-MA)’s disastrous trip to the 2012 London Summer Olympics. She compared and contrasted Romney’s trip abroad with then-Senator Barack Obama’s trip…

Jay Smooth figures out how Mitt Romney’s mind works

Hip-hop DJ Jay Smooth thinks he finally understands what makes Mitt Romney tick. “Diplomacy usually requires having conversations with human beings, which is not Mitt Romney’s strong suit,” Smooth explains. “Up until now, the campaign has been trying to help Romney avoid human contact … but since human interaction is…

Engineers design ‘Mantabot’ to swim like a ray

Engineers at the University of Virginia and three other universities are designing an “autonomous underwater vehicle” that will swim with the effortless grace of a ray. According to Science Daily, “Batoid rays, such as stingrays and manta rays, are among nature’s most elegant swimmers. They are fast, highly maneuverable, graceful,…

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