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Watch: Commerical for Glenn Beck’s line of ‘American blue jeans’

Conservative pundit Glenn Beck this week launched his own line of “American blue jeans,” complete with a patriotic video advertisement for the new “1791 Denim” pants. “These were the first American blue jeans, the jeans that built America,” a man says in the ad. “And they were built in America,…

WATCH LIVE: Obama, Romney speak in New York

On Thursday evening, President Barack Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney will speak at the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner in New York. Watch video, courtesy of NBC News, below: Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

Former TransCanada engineer warns of widespread safety violations

The Canadian government said recently that former TransCanada engineer Evan Vokes was right to raise alarms about inspectors not being trained well enough to spot shoddy work that’s not up to code. Speaking to CBC News, Vokes said he was fired after repeatedly raising concerns that some of the company’s…

80-year-old woman arrested for stealing posters of Obama with Hitler mustache

An 80-year-old Connecticut woman who lived through the Second World War was arrested last week for taking down posters that likened President Barack Obama to Adolph Hitler. Nancy Lack told WVIT-TV that she felt the need to act when she saw fringe presidential candidate Lyndon LaRouche’s supporters putting up posters…

Video shows drunk and stoned U.S. security contractors in Afghanistan

A video turned over to ABC News shows security workers hired by U.S. defense contractor Jorge Scientific Corporation drinking to the point of blacking out and taking illegal drugs while on duty. Two former employees filed complaints about the behavior in August, alleging that the contractor placed American lives in…

Ann Romney: Mormon missions and U.S. military are ‘different ways of serving’

The wife of Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney on Thursday said that her husband and sons had not joined the U.S. military but had found “different ways of serving” by going on religious missions in France, England, Australia and Chile as part of their obligation to the Mormon church. During…

NASA scientists use artistic filters to reveal the sun in stunning detail

Sometimes, in very rare circumstances, art and science can fuse and become one. Such is the case with a new video produced by NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory. Using gradient filters commonly applied by photographers and graphic designers, NASA fine-tuned their high resolution videos of recent solar activity to reveal a…

Scarborough dismisses Mika’s binder obsession: ‘Romney will win in a landslide’

MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough on Thursday warned co-host Mika Brzezinski that if she continued to discuss her concerns over the way Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney diminished pay equality with his story about “binders full of women” then the GOP hopeful would “win in a landslide.” As the male panelists groaned,…

Ben Stein jokes that Fox News might kill him for telling them taxes are ‘too low’

Conservative economist Ben Stein on Thursday seemed to know that he had wandered off message when he joked that the hosts of Fox & Friends might murder him for saying that it was not possible to balance the budget without raising taxes. “I hate to say this on Fox —…

Tucker Carlson: Crowley’s fact check was like Abraham Lincoln’s assassination

Daily Caller founder Tucker Carlson says that Candy Crowley’s real-time fact check of Mitt Romney during Tuesday night presidential debate was so devastating that it can be compared to John Wilkes Booth’s assassination of President Abraham Lincoln in 1865. During Tuesday night’s second 2012 presidential debate, Crowley’s instant fact check…

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