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Cardinal Dolan on secularism: Santorum had ‘good point’ about vomiting

The archbishop of New York on Sunday agreed that Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum had a “good point” when he said that John F. Kennedy’s speech about the separation of church in state made him want to “throw up.” In a 1960 speech, Kennedy had assured Southern Baptist leaders that…

Rick Warren: Mormonism ‘denies’ Christian doctrine

Evangelical Saddleback Church founder Rick Warren says that Christians have a disagreement with Mormonism because it “denies” certain fundamental Christian beliefs. In an Easter Sunday interview on ABC, Jake Tapper noted that Mitt Romney, a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, was almost certain to be…

DNC chair: GOP ‘callous and insensitive’ towards women

Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D-FL) on Sunday ripped the Republican Party for “turning back the clock for women.” During an interview on CNN, host Candy Crowley asked asked the congresswoman from Florida if it was unfair to call GOP policies a “war on women.” “The policies that…

Gingrich: GOP ‘not an Etch A Sketch party’

Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich on Sunday continued to blast rival Mitt Romney over his campaign’s assertion that their candidate could change positions “like an Etch A Sketch” during the general election. “We’re not an Etch a Sketch party,” Gingrich told Fox News host Brit Hume. “It was an unfortunate…

Maddow to GOP: Women notice when you try to take away our rights

Friday night on “The Rachel Maddow Show,” host Rachel Maddow highlighted the remarks of Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski (R) who urged Republican men to go home and ask their wives and daughters whether they feel like the GOP is waging an all-out assault on the rights of women. On Thursday,…

Obama: Gov’t. would work better with ‘more women in Congress’

Speaking to a crowd on Friday, President Barack Obama urged more American women to get into government, and even suggested that “more women in Congress” would practically guarantee that more gets done. The president was speaking about women and the economy following the White House’s publication of a 65-page report…

Allen West: I’ll be VP if ‘God would ordain’ it

Tea party Rep. Allen West (R-FL) said on Friday that he would accept the Republican vice presidential nomination if it was the “right fit.” Earlier this week, failed GOP vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin first floated West’s name at a possible “rogue” pick for 2012. South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley…

CNN contributor: ‘I like the idea’ that Augusta bans women

CNN contributor Erick Erickson on Friday declared that he agreed with Augusta National Golf Club’s decision not to allow women and accused President Barack Obama of “trying to make everything political” by calling on the home of the Masters to change their rules. Speaking to reporters on Thursday, White House…

Bachmann: Obama a ‘health care dictator’ for contraception mandate

Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN), who calls herself “a high-value target for the Democrats,” says that President Barack Obama is a “health care dictator” because his administration is mandating that all insurance plans cover contraception for women. In a recent interview with PolitiChicks, the former Republican presidential candidate told Ann-Marie Murrell…

One Dem candidate calls another a ‘whore’ for AIPAC during live debate

Things got heated during a Democratic primary debate for the U.S. Senate in Connecticut on Thursday when one candidate told another that he was “whore” over his support of a pro-Israel lobbying group. “I’m appalled that when I talk about the neoconservatives somehow it’s twisted to be some sort of…

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