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Tea party activist: DNC full of communist activity

Tea party activist and conspiracy theorist Jerome Corsi believes the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte was a “remarkable demonstration” of “communist activity disguised as patriotism.” In a video uploaded to YouTube on Saturday, he noted that the Democratic Party Platform of 2012 initially did not contain the word “God” nor…

Gingrich: Clinton’s DNC speech ‘actually a condemnation’ of Obama

Former Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich on Sunday asserted that former President Bill Clinton’s Democratic National Convention speech highlighting Barack Obama’s accomplishments was “actually a condemnation” of the current president. “I actually thought parts of the Clinton speech were eerily anti-Obama,” Gingrich told Candy Crowley during an interview on CNN.…

Romney praises Clinton speech in pre-taped ‘Meet the Press’ interview

Republican White House presidential hopeful Mitt Romney embraced Bill Clinton, saying the Democratic former president helped “elevate” his party’s gathering this week. Clinton’s speech at the Democratic National Convention on Wednesday ridiculed the policy proposals of Mitt Romney and his running mate Paul Ryan as setting the pace for a…

Harris-Perry: I was told ‘actual poor people live in the Third World’

Melissa Harris-Perry returned to the topic of poverty on her show Saturday morning, not only to discuss its absence from both major parties’ political conventions, but the fallout from her impassioned explanation of what it’s like to actually be poor in America. Among the hate mail she got, Harris-Perry told…

Pat Robertson joins Romney at Virginia campaign stop

As Mitt Romney hit the campaign trail in Virginia Beach, Virginia, Saturday, sitting in the front row, very quietly, was televangelist Pat Robertson. Robertson did not appear at last month’s Republican National Convention, but WAVY-TV’s account of Romney’s speech suggests the GOP presidential nominee’s remarks were tailored to reach out…

Tornado hits parts of New York City

Residents in Queens and Brooklyn felt a new kind of scare Saturday afternoon, as a tornado touched down in their communities. According to WNBC-TV, the new neighborhoods, along with Staten Island and counties in Connecticut, New Jersey and Long Island, will remain under a tornado watch until 9 p.m. local…

Alleged deadbeat dad Rep. Joe Walsh thinks Sandra Fluke should ‘get a job’

Tea Party-affiliated congressman Rep. Joe Walsh (R-IL) has taken exception to Georgetown Law student Sandra Fluke’s remarks at the 2012 Democratic National Convention and said that he thinks the women’s health advocate should “get a job.”  According to Talking Points Memo, Walsh made the remarks at a campaign stop in…

Maddow: How a man you’ve never heard of could cost Romney the election

Friday night on “The Rachel Maddow Show,” Rachel Maddow discussed how a little-known third party candidate could scuttle Gov. Mitt Romney (R-MA)’s electoral chances in the state of Virginia and thereby cost him the presidency. At the outset of the segment, Maddow pointed out that according to some polls, the…

Headless ‘cheetah bot’ breaks human and robot speed records

Are we the only ones who are a little creeped out by this headless robot cheetah that can run 28.3 miles per hour? According to PC Mag, the 4-legged robot was created by the Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (DARPA), which based its design on real cheetahs, which are the…

Colbert: Conventions rare opportunity to hear different parties say same things

Friday night, on a special edition of “The Colbert Report,” host Stephen Colbert delivered his post-mortem on the two 2012 political conventions. “Now that the balloons have dropped,” he said, “the conventions can be over. Rob Portman and John Kerry can be bubble-wrapped and returned the National Wonk Containment Facilities,…

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