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Anaheim police fire on media as unrest continues

Anaheim Police officers reportedly fired pepper balls and bean bags at demonstrators and journalists Tuesday night during the latest round of protests against last weekend’s police shootings. Freelance journalist Tim Pool posted a video of himself and another journalist, Amber Lyon, being fired upon, an incident he first mentioned while…

Jon Stewart lampoons London’s Olympic woes

On his show Tuesday night, The Daily Show host Jon Stewart poked fun at London, which has been plagued by numerous security and transportation problems in the run up to the Olympic games. The hotel the where Olympics officials are staying was supposed to be guarded by 80 security officers,…

Rep. Poe proposes new privacy bill: ‘The drones are coming’

Republican Rep. Ted Poe of Texas warned on the House floor Tuesday that “the drones are coming,” urging legislators to establish guidelines for their operation. “Who will operate these drones, and what will be their mission?” he wondered. “Could it be a suspicious government agent who thinks someone looks kind…

Rep. Johnson: You don’t need an AK-47 to go deer hunting

On the House floor Tuesday, Rep. Hank Johnson (D-GA) called for reasonable gun control legislation in the wake of the Colorado theater massacre. “While we are healing, we have work to do in this Congress,” he said. “You see, the assault weapons ban in place for a number of years…

Gov. Haslam: Internet sales tax ‘an issue of fairness’

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam (R) on Tuesday urged Congress to pass an Internet sales tax, which he said would allow states to level the playing field for local businesses. “Let me be clear – I am a Republican governor that does not believe in increasing taxes,” he said at a…

Concealed gun owner shoots own buttocks and wounds children at Dallas Walmart

A licensed concealed handgun owner from Waco, Texas hurt more than his pride on Monday when his weapon accidentally discharged while he was reaching for his wallet at a Dallas Walmart store. Police said that Todd Canady, 23, was in the checkout line when he fired the pistol he was…

iPhone case turns into a 650,000-volt stun gun

Video camera. Still camera. Video editor. Handheld games console, music player, satellite navigation device, internet browser, radio, ebook reader. (Also, telephone.) But a 650,000-volt stun gun? The iPhone is often said to have revolutionised the mobile phone market. Now, it’s about to take on a somewhat more alarming guise. The…

Gohmert to ‘numbnuts’ McCain: Shut up about Bachmann’s anti-Muslim attacks

Texas Republican Rep. Louie Gohmert on Tuesday lashed out at Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) and other Republican “numbnuts” who have criticized Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) for suggesting that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s deputy chief of staff, Huma Abedin, had infiltrated the U.S. government on behalf of radical Islamists in…

Romney: Obama’s philosophy ‘foreign to the American experience’

Mitt Romney accused President Barack Obama of having a philosophy that is “in some respects foreign to the American experience type of philosophy” during an appearance on The Kudlow Report on Monday. According to The Daily Kos, the presumptive Republican presidential candidate went on the show Monday to discuss Obama’s…

Newt Gingrich defends Michele Bachmann’s controversial anti-Muslim campaign

While many Republicans have been rushing to distance themselves from Minnesota Congresswoman Rep. Michele Bachmann’s recent campaign to root out what she believes are Islamic infiltrators in the U.S. government, one former presidential primary rival is coming to her aid. Former Speaker of the House Rep. Newt Gingrich (R-GA) said…

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