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Noam Chomsky appears in MIT student’s ‘Gangnam Style’ tribute

Let’s be honest: It’s hard to be serious all the time, even in the midst of nearly constant bad news. That might not be true for everyone, but it was true this week for Noam Chomsky, an MIT professor and one of America’s foremost serious persons, evidenced by his appearance…

Maddow: ‘There’s been a truthfulness problem with the Romney campaign’

Appearing on NBC’s “Meet the Press” on Sunday, MSNBC host Rachel Maddow highlighted a recent claim by Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney that she said hallmarks the serious “truthfulness problem” his campaign has exhibited. Romney told voters in Defiance, Ohio recently that he read an article which claimed that auto-maker…

Romney doubles down on misleading Jeep claim Chrysler called ‘fantasies’

Speaking to voters in Ohio recently, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney said that President Barack Obama’s auto bailout has been such a failure that auto-maker Jeep is “thinking of moving all production to China.” Although journalists, and even Chrysler itself, quickly pointed out that claim has absolutely no basis in…

Watch live: New Yorkers scramble and brace as Hurricane Sandy heads for land

This live video is provided courtesy of Hurricane City. Live broadcast by Ustream Note: Earlier streams on this post were replaced after going dead. This post will be updated periodically with additional live video as needed.…

Al Roker: Hurricane Sandy could have electoral impact

As Hurricane Sandy continued to march toward the East coast, NBC meteorologist Al Roker suggested Sunday the “Frankenstorm” could impact the Nov. 6 U.S. presidential election. The storm, which Roker said measures about 1,000 miles in diameter, is expected to make landfall on the New Jersey coast late Monday night…

Bachmann’s opponent says she is part of the ‘war on women’

The Minnesota businessman running to unseat Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) named her as part of the “war on women” Sunday in an interview with MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry. “She has engaged in a war on women,” said Jim Graves, who currently trails Bachmann by six points among likely voters. “She would…

Andrew Sullivan: Romney ‘like an alien that ripped off his mask’ at debate

GOP strategist Nicole Wallace on Sunday said that it was not a problem that Republican nominee Mitt Romney was “like an alien that ripped off his mask” when he seemed to change positions during the presidential debates because “we liked him better.” During an ABC News panel on Sunday, The…

Hume blasts media for Benghazi coverage: Fox News did ‘all the heavy lifting’

Fox News senior political analyst Brit Hume on Sunday lashed out at mainstream media organizations for not spending as much time as Fox News trying to determine what mistakes the Obama administration made before and after the Sept. 11 attacks in Benghazi, Libya. “One of the problems we’re having here…

Ex-ACORN CEO: Voter suppression a response to ‘browning’ of America

The former CEO of the activist group ACORN called the Republican party’s ongoing voter-suppression efforts a response to what she called the “browning” of America Sunday. “This is about demographics,” Bertha Lewis said on Up With Chris Hayes. “Their base just swallows this whole. Who is that base? That is…

Priebus on Sununu: Accusing Powell of racism is a ‘small brush fire’

Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus on Sunday insisted that “small brush fires” like former Gov. John Sununu’s suggestion that former Secretary of State Colin Powell endorsed President Barack Obama because he’s black were just distractions. Speaking to CNN last week, Sununu wondered whether Powell’s endorsement was “based on issues,…

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