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McCain calls Supreme Court ‘uninformed, arrogant, naive’ for Citizens United

Former Republican presidential nominee John McCain says he’s “worried” that billionaire Sheldon Adelson, who reportedly may contribute up to $100 million in support of GOP hopeful Mitt Romney, and others could have an undue influence on elections as a result of the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision. “I’m not only…

Columnist Laurie Roberts: We are sick of extremists running things

Arizona Republic columnist Laurie Roberts on Sunday explained her campaign to “De-kookify the Capitol.” Appearing on ABC 12 News’ Sunday Square Off, Roberts said she was “after those people who are ideologues, who come into the legislature with their rigid set of views they want to accomplish.” “The idea of…

Romney refuses to say if he would undo Obama’s immigration policy

Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney on Sunday repeatedly refused to say if he would dismantle a recently-announced Obama administration policy that allows certain young undocumented immigrants to stay in the U.S. During an interview on CBS, host Bob Schieffer asked the candidate if he would repeal the order. “Well,…

Santorum: Obama broke oath of office with immigration, DOMA policies

Former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum on Sunday accused President Barack Obama of essentially breaking his oath office by refusing to “faithfully execute” U.S. laws. Article II of the U.S. Constitution requires each president to recite the following oath before taking office: “I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I…

Chris Wallace uses ‘illegals’ slur to describe young immigrants

Fox News host Chris Wallace on Sunday referred to young undocumented immigrants with the word “illegals,” a term that many consider to be a slur. “The president announced a new immigration policy this week to stop deporting illegals who have been brought into this country as children and who have…

Nobel winner collects her prize, two decades later

Saturday was the culmination of a 22-year journey “back into the wider human community” for Aung San Suu Kyi, the Burmese politician and activist who finally collected her Nobel Peace Prize, as the New York Times reports. Suu Kyi accepted her award in front of a packed audience in Oslo,…

Protesters force Romney bus tour into a wee Wawa problem

White House hopeful Mitt Romney spent Saturday courting small-town Americans and pushing his jobs agenda, but a botched campaign stop showed it isn’t always easy connecting with everyday voters. After laying out the case for a Romney presidency at a factory in northeastern Pennsylvania, the Republican flagbearer headed to a…

Glenn Beck claims that his new music project will destroy ‘Glee’

Former Fox News pundit Glenn Beck said on Friday that he has produced a new music project that will outshine the program “Glee,” which he views as slickly produced, “horrible” liberal propaganda. Beck was speaking to the Faith and Freedom Coalition in Washington, DC when he made the remarks, according…

Joy Behar: ‘I’m still ticked off about the 2000 election’

On Friday night’s edition of “Viewpoint with Eliot Spitzer,” host Elliot Spitzer was joined by Joy Behar, co-host of ABC’s “The View.” Behar discussed her upcoming Current TV show and talked to Spitzer about what motivated her to join the fledgling network’s roster. Spitzer asked Behar if she was registered…

Fox news anchors shocked by reporter who interrupted President Obama

When a reporter for Tucker Carlson’s Daily Caller interrupted President Obama in the middle of a speech on immigration reform, even Fox News anchors Shep Smith and Chris Wallace found the incident “weird.” “I think it’s outrageous,” Wallace exclaimed. “I covered Ronald Reagan for six years with Sam Donaldson. We…

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