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Soledad slams Red State editor’s moderator critique: ‘You have lost your mind’

CNN contributor and RedState.com editor Erick Erickson finally got a taste of journalistic pushback on Friday morning, in the form of a smiling Soledad O’Brien. The CNN morning host confronted the conservative talker over a Twitter post he wrote Thursday night, attacking Martha Raddatz, moderator of Thursday’s vice presidential debate,…

Akin: Evolution is not ‘a matter of science’

The Missouri Republican Senate candidate who asserted that women could not get pregnant through “legitimate rape” shared some more wisdom with a tea party group on Thursday, telling them that evolution was not “a matter of science” because “all of the different things that have to be lined up” to…

Huckabee: Biden was like ‘an obnoxious drunk’ at debate

Add Fox News host Mike Huckabee to the list conservatives who are feigning astonishment at Joe Biden’s aggressive demeanor during Thursday night’s vice presidential debate. “I thought that Joe Biden came across as a guy that you meet at a cocktail party or some political event, an obnoxious drunk who…

Officer intervenes as U.S. congressmen nearly come to blows at debate

A uniformed officer was forced to separate two members of the U.S. House of Representatives who became physical during a debate in California on Thursday night. Rep. Howard L. Berman (D-Valley Village) and Rep. Brad Sherman (D-Sherman Oaks) were debating for the San Fernando Valley congressional district seat when an…

Gretchen Carlson suggests Ryan should ‘just deck’ Biden

Fox News co-host Gretchen Carlson is outraged at Vice President Joe Biden’s aggressive debate performance and says that Republican vice presidential candidate should ‘just deck’ President Barack Obama’s running mate. Following Thursday night’s debate in Danville, Kentucky, conservatives had two major complaints: Biden was too rude and he laughed too…

Ryan: Abortion is wrong because the fetus looks like a ‘bean’

The first and only 2012 vice presidential debate was historic in that both Vice President Joe Biden and Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan were both Catholics, but the two men could not have been more different on the issue of reproductive rights for women. “My faith informs me about…

Biden’s debate rant rips Ryan: GOP needs to ‘get out of the way’

President Barack Obama may have pulled his punches during his first debate with Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney but the GOP running mate didn’t have the same luck when he met up with Vice President Joe Biden on Thursday. During a segment about the economy, Biden repeatedly took shots at…

Towson University student: white student union needed to combat academia’s ‘anti-white bias’

A senior at Towson University in Maryland has proposed establishing a White Student Union on campus to counter what he says is an anti-white mentality at colleges nationwide, and in the country at large too. In an interview with HuffPost Live, Matthew Heimbach, the student behind the union, said it was…

Republican Party voter registration worker: ‘I don’t get credit for Democrats’

A man registering voters in Nevada may have implicated the Republican Party in a felony when was caught on video recently telling potential voters to register “non-partisan” because “I don’t get credit for Democrats.” Nevada television station KOLO obtained cell phone video of a man, who claimed he worked for…

Wash. Republican candidate dances ‘Gangnam Style’ while spanking himself

A Republican gubernatorial candidate in Washington state may have recently become the first U.S. politician to ever dance to “Gangnam Style” in public while spanking himself. When Washington state Attorney General Rob McKenna’s wife tweeted video on Tuesday of her husband awkwardly dancing to Psy’s hit synth pop song on…

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