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Fox Business contributor: Market won’t improve until polls ‘suggest Mitt Romney is going to win’

A paid contributor for Fox News and Fox Business on Friday advised that the stock market would not start to improve until that it was obvious that GOP hopeful Mitt Romney was going to be the next president of the United States. Following reports that the unemployment rate remained unchanged…

Evangelical radio host: ‘Tax the atheists who don’t go to church’

The director of issues analysis at the anti-LGBT rights group American Family Association (AFA) is proposing that the government pass a law requiring that every American go to church or pay a tax penalty. During his Thursday Focal Point radio program, Bryan Fischer backed a listener’s proposal to have an…

WATCH LIVE: Obama speaks in Ohio

President Barack Obama dropped in on Ohio during his campaign bus tour Friday. Watch live, broadcast on MSNBC on June 6. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

Reagan-appointed judge: Republican ‘lunatics’ made me less conservative

A well-respected judge who was appointed to the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals by President Ronald Reagan says that he has become less conservative because of “crackpots” and “lunatics” in the Republican Party. In an interview with NPR on Thursday Judge Richard Posner said that “right-wingers” were making a…

Maddow: Romney campaign is a ‘total incoherent mess’ on health care

Thursday night on “The Rachel Maddow Show,” host Rachel Maddow welcomed Washington Post writer E. J. Dionne for a discussion about difficulties facing the campaign of Republican nominee for president, Gov. Mitt Romney (R-MA). Since the announcement by the Supreme Court that the individual mandate and the bulk of President…

Radio host: Anderson Cooper’s gayness could make Jerry Sandusky ‘a normal thing’

Conservative radio host Janet Mefferd recently warned her listeners that a report about CNN host Anderson Cooper revealing he was “proud” to be gay could literally make them vomit. “I don’t know about you, when your kids are sick like mine sometimes are and they’ll come down in the middle…

Romney supporter gags protester with handkerchief at Ohio rally

A Mitt Romney supporter literally silenced a chanting protester during a rally in Ohio today for the Republican presidential candidate by shoving a handkerchief into the heckler’s mouth. Romney was at a strip mall in Parma, Ohio with Louisianna Governor Bobby Jindal (R) and former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty for a…

Rep. Walsh flips out, digs in on criticism of double-amputee veteran

Tea Party favorite freshman Rep. Joe Walsh (R-IL) took to CNN today to do damage control over his critical remarks about his congressional challenger’s military record. But the appearance quickly went awry, with a frustrated Walsh repeating host Ashleigh Banfield’s name dozens of times as he tried to cut in…

Republican lawmaker tells worker wanting higher minimum wage to ‘get a job’

A worker in Florida got an earful from Rep. C.W. Bill Young (R-FL) on Wednesday when he asked the congressman to support a bill that would raise the minimum wage to $10 an hour. “Jesse Jackson, Jr. is passing a bill around to increase the minimum wage to 10 bucks…

Herman Cain quotes Chris Rock to slam ‘white people’s Independence Day’ joke

Former Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain on Monday rebuked Chris Rock for “holding onto the past” because the comedian called the Fourth of July “white people’s Independence Day.” Rock drew the ire of conservatives on Twitter on Wednesday when he tweeted, “Happy white peoples independence day the slaves weren’t free…

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