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Fire fighter seeks to replace Wisconsin’s Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch

Mahlon Mitchell, president of the Professional Fire Fighters of Wisconsin, said Monday that he was running against Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch because he was tired of “sitting on the sidelines.” “I didn’t move to the city of Madison to become a politician,” he told MSNBC host Ed Schultz. “I moved…

Romney: ‘I don’t see how a young American can vote for a Democrat’

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney says he can’t understand why so many young people vote Democratic. During a speech on economic freedom at the University of Chicago on Monday, the candidate was asked to address crippling student loans and the high unemployment rate for younger Americans. “I joke and I…

Issa heckled at bank hearing: ‘Shame on you!’

At an unusual congressional hearing in Brooklyn on Monday, House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-CA) was interrupted by protesters who claimed he had favored banks over people. “We want you to go and fight for us!” one woman shouted. “Vote for the people that elected you!…

Santorum to GOP: Don’t nominate ‘Tweedledum’ like Romney

Presidential candidate Rick Santorum says that Republicans can’t win if they nominate a “Tweedledum” like former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. In an Monday interview on CBS, Santorum told host Charlie Rose that if he could stay in the race until the convention, delegates would want to nominate a true conservative…

Clooney: Obama’s chances are good, but don’t get cocky

Actor George Clooney on Sunday said that President Barack Obama was likely to be re-elected, but cautioned liberals not to get cocky “because you will always lose.” In an interview with NBC’s David Gregory, Clooney explained that the president has “always looked good to be re-elected.” “I happen to believe…

Santorum doubles down: No Puerto Rico statehood without English proficiency

Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum reiterated on Sunday that Puerto Ricans would need to work on their English before the U.S. territory could become a state. “What I’ve said is that obviously Puerto Rico is a Spanish-speaking country, a Spanish-speaking island, not a country, but Spanish-speaking island, they will continue…

Shuster: ‘The Republican Party works for Fox News’

Current TV correspondent David Shuster says that it should not be a surprise to Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum or anyone else that Fox News is “shilling” for former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney. Last week, Santorum complained to Fox News host Brian Kilmeade that the conservative news network was in…

McCain: GOP campaign ‘the nastiest’ ever

Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) has seen some dirty campaigns in career, but on Sunday he said the 2012 Republican primary was “nastiest” one ever. During the 2000 Republican presidential primary, then-Texas Gov. George W. Bush’s top strategist, Karl Rove, put forward the idea that McCain had “fathered an illegitimate black…

Axelrod: Romney is only an ‘economic heavyweight’ in a fun house mirror

David Axelrod, President Barack Obama’s top campaign advisor, fired back at Republican frontrunner Mitt Romney Sunday morning for criticizing Obama’s cabinet over the rise in gas prices. Axelrod was asked by Face The Nation host Bob Schieffer about Romney advocating for the firing of Energy Secretary David Chu, Environmental Protection…

Santorum: Obama ‘exposing children’ to risk from porn

Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum on Sunday defended his promise to “vigorously” fight a war on pornography by accusing President Barack Obama’s administration of “exposing children” to risk by not enforcing existing laws. In an undated statement on his official website, the former Pennsylvania senator asserted that “America is suffering…

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