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Watch: Devastating anti-Romney film surfaces

“When Mitt Romney Came to Town,” a film about Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s time as CEO of Bain Capital, is without a doubt the most serious attack on the former Massachusetts governor’s campaign. Produced by a former top Romney strategist, the film focuses on people turned out of their…

Shuster slams National Review for cover-up of Romney’s Bain bailout

Countdown guest host David Shuster on Wednesday night chided the National Review, a leading conservative publication, for claiming Mitt Romney’s firm Bain Capital invested in struggling businesses and “never asked for a bailout.” But the firm received a federal bailout of $10 million. “All news publishers, even [the National Review],…

Sirota: Paul may be better pick for GOP than Romney

Radio show host and commentator David Sirota said Republicans may be wise to pick Ron Paul over Mitt Romney because of the former’s strong support from independents and first-time Republican voters. “I think Ron Paul could make a strong case, looking at the polling data, that he is a better…

Gingrich warns of a ‘speech dictatorship in this country against Christianity’

Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich on Wednesday doubled down on his assertion that “anti-Christian bigotry” was on the rise in the United States. During a debate in New Hampshire on Saturday, the former House Speaker had blasted debate moderators for being unfair to Christians after they asked several questions about…

Ron Paul: Romney will see the GOP ‘demolished’ by Obama

Showing signs that he is in the GOP presidential race for the long haul, Rep. Ron Paul expressed further concern over Mitt Romney’s record on Wednesday morning. Asked by Morning Joe co-host Mika Brezinzski if he thought Romney was a “big-government conservative,” Paul agreed with that label. “I would think…

Michelle Obama tired of being portrayed as an ‘angry black woman’

First Lady Michelle Obama on Monday denied accusations that she had not gotten along with her husband’s former Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel. New York Times correspondent Jodi Kantor’s new book “The Obamas” charges that the first lady believed the president’s advisers were “insular, disorganized” and “not careful planners.” “Rahm…

Buchanan: ‘Van Jones’ and ‘militant’ gays are out to get me

Pat Buchanan on Tuesday blamed “militant gay rights groups” and former Obama administration official Van Jones for a campaign to oust him from his commentator gig at MSNBC. MSNBC President Phil Griffin suggested last week that the former Republican presidential candidate had been indefinitely suspended from MSNBC after the publication…

Nick Gillespie explains why conservatives should cut defense spending

In a video released on Tuesday, Reason.TV’s Nick Gillespie gave three reasons why conservatives should support reducing U.S. defense spending. “Conservative Republicans are happy to talk about cutting spending on the poor, education, and cowboy poetry readings, but they insist that spending on defense and homeland security be increased,” he…

NC panel: Victims of forced sterilization should get $50,0000

A panel in North Carolina has recommended that victims of the state’s eugenics program should receive a one-time payment of $50,000. The state estimates that 7,600 people were sterilized as a part of the program between 1929 and 1974, many by force or coercion. As of 2010, there were as…

Heckler askes Romney: ‘Are you going to fire the baby?’

A day after his ‘I like being able to fire people’ line exploded, Mitt Romney was placed in an awkward moment Tuesday morning in New Hampshire. As the GOP frontrunner held up a baby, one individual was inspired to ask him a question. “Are you going to fire the baby?”…

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