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Rep. Lucas suspects Obama gun control ‘conspiracy’ to buy all the ammunition

Oklahoma Rep. Frank Lucas (R) recently told a conservative radio show that President Barack Obama’s administration may be engaged in a “conspiracy” to purchase all available ammunition as a form of gun control. Last week, Republicans on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee’s National Security Subcommittee caved to conspiracies…

CNBC’s Santelli melts down during tantrum over Obama’s ‘socialistic policies’

Tea party supporter and CNBC on-air editor Rick Santelli on Wednesday threw another one of his signature tantrums because President Barack Obama’s administration was pursuing “socialism” instead of what he said were “pro-growth policies” like tax cuts and austerity. Santelli argued that payroll processor ADP showed that job growth was…

Andrew Sullivan: U.S. stopped being a free country under Bush

Andrew Sullivan of The Dish claimed Monday night the United States stopped being a free country under the Bush administration, citing the alleged military detention and torture of U.S. citizen Jose Padilla. During a CNN panel discussion on the terrorist attack, Sullivan criticized what he saw as an overreaction to…

Karl Malone to homophobic ESPN reporter: You won’t ‘kick over and die’ if you touch a gay player

Legendary NBA power forward Karl Malone, who once worried that he could be infected with HIV by playing ball with Magic Johnson, now says that a homophobic ESPN reporter needs to “move past” judging other people. After NBA player Jason Collins revealed that he was gay on Monday, ESPN reporter…

Man loses life savings at carnival but wins giant banana with dreadlocks

A New Hampshire man is considering suing after he lost his life savings at a carnival game in Manchester and only came away with $600 and a giant stuffed Rastafarian banana. Henry Gribbohm told WBZ that he attend the carnival and was “expecting the kids to win a few things,…

NASA releases images of giant Saturn ‘hurricane’

The U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) released video Monday of a “behemoth hurricane” swirling near the planet Saturn’s north pole. According to NASA.gov, the images were captured by the Cassini spacecraft and show a storm that is much larger and which has winds that spin much faster that…

Robertson: ‘There isn’t anything bigoted’ about calling gay NBA player an abomination

Televangelist Pat Robertson used a portion of his Tuesday 700 Club broadcast to defend an ESPN reporter who said that NBA player Jason Collins was “walking in open rebellion to God” for announcing he was openly gay. After Collins came out in a Sports Illustrated column published on Monday, ESPN…

Patrol car video catches ‘super drunk’ principal escaping handcuffs

A Michigan elementary school principal charged under Novi’s “Super Drunk” city ordinance was caught on camera slipping off her handcuffs in the back of a patrol car after being arrested in the school parking lot with a blood alcohol content (BAC) of .21. Deerfield Elementary Principal Kim Warren, 44, was…

ESPN reporter says gay NBA player Jason Collins ‘walking in open rebellion to God’

ESPN reporter Chris Broussard on Monday insisted that gay NBA player Jason Collins was not a Christian and was “walking in open rebellion to God.” After Collins announced he was gay in a column for Sports Illustrated on Monday, ESPN’s Outside The Lines asked Broussard how he felt about the…

Fox News host: Denouncing violence against Muslims ‘could be perceived’ as offensive

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder’s denunciation of violence against Muslims during a speech to the Anti-Defamation League could be seen as offensive, according to Fox News host Megyn Kelly. Though the vast majority of his speech focused on the ADL’s importance in fighting hate crimes, some conservatives have become outraged…

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