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Hannity defends Rutgers coach: ‘My father hit me with a belt, I turned out okay!’

Fox News host Sean Hannity and conservative pundit Michelle Malkin on Wednesday both defended a former Rutgers basketball coach who verbally and physically abused his players, both saying that they had received plenty of spankings and “turned out okay.” On Wednesday, Rutgers announced that the school had fired coach Mike…

CNN previews how war with North Korea would play out

CNN brought retired General James Marks into their studio on Wednesday afternoon to explain the military strategies North Korea and the United States would likely employ in a conflict. Assuming North Korea struck first, the country would begin firing artillery into South Korea while deploying special operation forces along the…

Republican congressman freaks out over UN arms trade treaty conspiracy

Republican Rep. Mike Kelly of Pennsylvania on Wednesday called on Americans to do everything within their power to block the United Nation’s Arms Trade Treaty. “Our folks have got to get on board with this,” he said on NRA News. “We have this ATTpetition.com — we need to be more…

Fox host Don Imus: Jesus might have been gay

Fox Business host Don Imus on Wednesday awkwardly informed his guest, Fox News political analyst Kirsten Powers, that Jesus of Nazareth might have been gay. Imus claimed that a 3rd-century religious text known as the “Gospel of Judas Iscariot” provided some evidence that the man Christian’s revere as the son…

Armed ‘anti-government’ parents abduct sons after tying up grandma in Florida

Law enforcement officials in Florida on Wednesday issued an Amber Alert for two young boys who they said had been abducted by “anti-government” parents. The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office said that 35-year-old Joshua Hakken tied up Patricia Hauser, the maternal grandmother of 4-year-old Cole Hakken and 2-year-old Chase Hakken, at…

West Virginia sheriff fatally gunned down outside courthouse

A West Virginia sheriff was shot and killed outside a courthouse in downtown Williamson on Wednesday. According to WCHS-TV, Mingo County Sheriff Eugene Crum had been shot and killed at around 12:04 p.m. A suspected shooter was also shot before being taken into custody. The condition of the suspect was…

NYPD investigating death threats to Democratic congresswoman over gun bills

The New York City Police Department is investigating calls to Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) threatening her life in response to proposed gun control legislation. Maloney told The New York Daily News that she had canceled an appearance at awards ceremony on Tuesday night after receiving the death threats by phone.…

Colorado gun group leader: ‘There’s a time to hunt deer’ and a ‘time to hunt Democrats’

The founder of a Colorado gun group is looking forward to November’s “hunting season” because it will be “time to hunt Democrats.” Dudley Brown, who serves as the executive director of Rocky Mountain Gun Owners and the executive vice president of the National Association for Gun Rights, used some violent…

Michael Jackson’s doctor sings bizarre jailhouse serenade to Anderson Cooper

In what could charitably be termed an unusual PR move, Dr. Conrad Murray, Michael Jackson’s former personal physician, sang a song to CNN’s Anderson Cooper during a telephone interview Tuesday. Murray, who is currently serving a five year sentence on manslaughter charges stemming from Jackson’s death, introduced the song by…

Mark Sanford reveals he ate the two baby pigs used for ‘pork’ spending protest

Former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford (R) on Monday admitted that he had eaten two baby pigs after using them as props to make a point about wasteful government spending. After the Republican-controlled South Carolina legislature quickly overrode two of his budget vetoes in 2004, Sanford had walked into the…

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