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Maddow to Rumsfeld: Talk about reflux, gardening, boils, anything but Iraq

On Tuesday night’s edition of “The Rachel Maddow Show,” host Rachel Maddow discussed how, ten years after the invasion of Iraq, the U.S. and the media are still struggling to come to terms with exactly how the nation was led to war on such flimsy evidence and who to blame…

Fox News guest: Gun background checks for mental illness will include abortions

A Fox News guest on Tuesday warned that a Democratic plan to expand gun background checks would allow the Ku Klux Klan to control black people and keep firearms out of the hands of women who had an abortion. Conservative columnist Star Parker told Fox News host Sean Hannity that…

Ed Schultz calls Politico ‘nothing but a bunch of freaking whores’

Finally freed from his weekday job at MSNBC, progressive radio host Ed Schultz brandished a particular bitterness toward Washington D.C. insider website Politico on Tuesday, calling them “nothing but a bunch of freaking whores” over a report claiming his split from the network was not voluntary. Vowing he’s going to…

Former political candidate disrupts Kansas City mayor’s speech

A former Missouri state political candidate crashed the stage during a speech by Kansas City Mayor Sylvester “Sly” James (I) Tuesday night, prompting questions about security for future mayoral events. KCTV-TV reported that James was in the middle of his “State of the City” address when 31-year-old Derron Black appeared…

Michele Bachmann repeatedly dodges questions after being chased down by CNN reporter

Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota on Tuesday refused to answer questions about a recent speech she gave at a conservative conference. Bachmann claimed at the Conservative Political Action Committee on Saturday that Obama was living in opulence at the White House. She alleged the President was enjoying an excess…

Democrat mocks John Boehner for ‘epiphany’ about debt ‘charade’

Democratic Rep. Jim McDermott of Washington poked fun at House Speaker John Boehner on Tuesday after the Republican from Ohio admitted there was no imminent debt crisis. “Our debt is so bad, we’re told, that we have to take food out of the mouths of children through the nutrition program…

Rep. Jim McGovern: ‘Cruel’ Republican budget would increase hunger in America

Rep. Jim McGovern of Massachusetts, a progressive Democrat, on Tuesday blasted the Republican’s budget proposal, which he said would harm those most in need. “Once again, Chairman Ryan has proposed a budget that guts low-income programs,” he said on the House floor. “The Ryan budget not only does not end…

Rep. Barbara Lee commemorates 10th anniversary of ‘reckless and short-sighted’ Iraq war

Speaking on the floor of the House on Tuesday to mark the 10th anniversary of America’s invasion of Iraq, Rep. Barbara Lee (D-CA) gave a somber postmortem on the war she’s consistently opposed, warning her colleagues to never forget the Bush administration’s tactics in the country’s rush to a needless…

Arizona man guilty of shooting girlfriend in the head with assault rifle

An Arizona man with a history of domestic violence on Monday was found guilty of killing his girlfriend by shooting her in the head with a military-style assault rifle. After less than three days of deliberations, a Maricopa County Superior Court jury found Eric Coulter, 20, guilty of manslaughter for…

Rep. Salmon to Tony Perkins: House Republicans are ‘the last bastion of freedom’

An Arizona congressman on Monday told Family Research Council President Tony Perkins that Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives had a duty to stop President Barack Obama because they were “the last bastion of freedom.” “We cannot let President Obama keep advancing his agenda,” Rep. Matt Salmon (R-AZ) said…

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