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House GOP asked John McAfee for advice on Obamacare website

Republicans on the House Committee on Energy and Commerce have asked ex-fugitive John McAfee to review the HealthCare.gov website, a report said on Monday. According to emails obtained by CNBC, House Republicans asked the founder of McAfee Associates to “guide our oversight and review” of the Affordable Care Act website.…

GOP lawmaker calls book fair a ‘failure’ over student’s pro-LGBT T-shirt

Republican Missouri state Representative Kevin Elmer has deemed a high school book fair a “failure” after he discovered one teenage student was wearing a T-shirt supportive of LGBT rights. According to The Springfield News-Leader, Elmer tweeted a photograph of the girl wearing a Gay-Straight Alliance T-shirt that had the word…

Santorum leading door-to-door ‘Strikeforce’ to save Cuccinelli’s campaign

Former Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum announced over the weekend that he would be heading to Virginia with a “Strikeforce” to help save Republican gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli’s struggling campaign. In a tweets on Friday and Saturday, Santorum asked followers to join the so-called “Strikeforce” being organized by his Patriot…

Robertson predicts ‘Nazis’ and ‘guillotines’ because of atheists ‘rejecting God’

Televangelist Pat Robertson started the week off by predicting that Europe could be returning to the days of “Nazis” and “guillotines” because of humanists, atheists and other liberals who reject God. During a Monday report about a bill in Belgium that would expand the country’s euthanasia law to terminally-ill children,…

NC Catholic church drops Thanksgiving worship over music director’s gay marriage

A Catholic church in North Carolina is refusing to host an interfaith Thanksgiving worship service after finding out that a gay man in a same sex marriage would be participating as music director. The Charlotte Observer reported that St. Matthew Catholic Church in Ballanytne had dropped its plans to host…

Inhofe: Obamacare would have killed me because of ‘my age’

A Republican senator said over the weekend that he believed President Barack Obama’s health care reform law would have left him dead instead of providing the recent emergency quadruple bypass heart surgery that saved his life. Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-OK) told WABC radio’s Aaron Klein that he went in to…

Pope Francis describes ‘ideological Christians’ as a ‘serious illness’ within the Church

Speaking at daily Mass last Thursday, Pope Francis warned Christians against turning their faith into a rigid ideology. “The faith passes, so to speak, through a distiller and becomes ideology,” he said, according to Radio Vatican. “And ideology does not beckon [people]. In ideologies there is not Jesus: in his…

NC 2-year-old fatally shoots self after finding loaded handgun under couch

A North Carolina man was in jail on Sunday after his 2-year-old daughter found a loaded handgun under the couch and shot herself to death. Fayetteville police responded to a call at around 12 p.m. on Saturday and found Samarri Tyana Beauford suffering from a gunshot wound, according to WTVD.…

Dick Cheney wrote secret resignation letter in 2001 and kept it locked in a safe

Shortly after taking office, former Vice President Dick Cheney delivered a wrote of resignation in light of his poor health. “Basically, what I did was I resigned the vice presidency effective March 28, 2001,” Cheney told Sanjay Gupta Sunday on “60 Minutes.” The former vice president said he wrote the…

Cemetery withdraws approval for slain soldier’s SpongeBob Squarepants headstone

The family of a slain soldier is embroiled in a dispute with a Cincinnati cemetery over a giant pair of SpongeBob SquarePants headstones. Sgt. Kimberly Walker was found dead on Valentine’s Day in a Colorado Springs, Colo., hotel room, and her boyfriend, Sgt. Montrell Mayo, was charged with first-degree murder…

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