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Chris Christie dismisses Rand Paul’s invitation to bury hatchet over beers

U.S. Sen. Rand Paul wants to call a truce over beers with Gov. Chris Christie, but the governor said tonight he isn’t having it. The senator from Kentucky today invited Christie to “patch things up,” after the Republicans — both possible…  …

Beck: I was Diane Sawyer’s ‘b*tch’ until she became a pro-Muslim ‘bigot’

Conservative radio host Glenn Beck on Wednesday told a story about how he was ABC News anchor Diane Sawyer’s “little b*tch” until her bias toward Muslims ended the relationship. “ABC News hired me,” Beck told his radio listeners in a clip posted by Buzzfeed. “Oh, I was Diane Sawyer’s little…

Fox News’ Neil Cavuto: Workers should be grateful for whatever jobs they can find

On Wednesday afternoon’s edition of “Your World with Neil Cavuto,” host Neil Cavuto said that U.S. workers are spoiled and greedy because they want a higher minimum wage. He pointed to his own first job making two dollars an hour as an example of a job that Americans should be…

MSNBC host on Weiner’s sexting partner: ‘This chick is batsh*t’

MSNBC host Thomas Roberts apologized on Wednesday after calling New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner’s former sexting partner Sydney Leathers “batsh*t” on air. During a segment about the latest twists and turns in Weiner’s run for mayor, Roberts played a video clip of Leathers speaking with radio host Howard…

Bryan Fischer: Weiner running to ‘create an opportunity’ for wife’s jihadism

Evangelical radio host Bryan Fischer inadvertently disagreed with Fox News on his radio show on Tuesday when he said Anthony Weiner’s campaign to become mayor of New York City is part of a plot to bolster what he called “jihadist activity” by his wife, Huma Abedin. “What better way to…

Activists aghast at Oakland law criminalizing possession of some household items at protests

The Oakland City Council moved closer on Tuesday to both expand authorities’ surveillance capabilities and and authorize a ban on common household tools and paints it deemed “tools of violence and vandalism” at public demonstrations, raising concerns from local activists and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). “I appreciate that…

North Carolina gov. gives female protester cookies after stripping abortion rights

North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory (R) may have just signed legislation that will restrict the ability of women to get safe and legal abortions, but he’s not a monster. On Tuesday, the governor ventured outside the gates of his mansion with four security guards and singled out one pro-choice activist…

Kilmeade: ‘Almost convinced’ Bigfoot real but ‘why wouldn’t he come out and greet us?’

Fox News host Brian Kilmeade is pretty sure that Bigfoot is real but he still can’t understand why the legendary creature doesn’t “come out and greet us.” In a Wednesday segment on Fox & Friends, Kilmeade spoke to Idaho State University Professor Jeffrey Meldrum about a plan to use drones…

‘Morning Joe’ panel calls Ted Cruz ‘completely ignorant’ member of ‘Taliban’

Wednesday morning on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” host Joe Scarborough and panel ripped into Texas freshman Sen. Ted Cruz and his intention to shut down the federal government to stop the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. Scarborough called Cruz a “train wreck” and “completely ignorant,” while Daily Best editor Tina…

Jeffrey Toobin and Glenn Greenwald fiercely battle over Bradley Manning

Is Army Private First Class Bradley Manning a whistleblower or a criminal for releasing thousands of secret State Department documents? CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin and Guardian columnist Glenn Greenwald debate the topic Tuesday night on CNN. Manning was found guilty in a military court-martial of numerous charges for transferring…

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