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Fox News promotes Nazis who claim to support ‘Occupy Wall St.’

Conservative media have jumped over the story of the American Nazi Party supporting Occupy Wall Street. It all started last week, when the party’s chairman Rocky Suhayda praised the protests, saying, “My heart is right there with these people.” Seeing that as an opportunity to paint the movement as somehow…

Fox News psychiatrist wants Obama investigation of transgender therapy

Fox News medical “expert” Dr. Keith Ablow is so concerned about transgender people that he is calling on President Barack Obama to investigate gender reassignment therapy. Ablow used his Fox News online column last month to recommend that parents boycott ABC’s Dancing with the Stars over the inclusion of Chaz…

Stewart gets evangelicals and Mormons to agree Judaism is a cult

Comedy Central’s Jon Stewart Monday helped evangelical Christians and Mormons to come together and agree that Jews belong to a cult. Last week, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney had called on fellow candidate Rick Perry to renounce an anti-Mormon Dallas pastor who he had chosen to introduce him at last…

WikiLeaks not financially endangered: Assange

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange told Latin American media that his organization was far from financially endangered despite sanctions slapped on it by the United States. Purportedly “our biggest problem is an economic problem related due to that US banking and financial embargo. But we’re not taking this lying down,” Assange…

George H.W. Bush considered Clint Eastwood as running mate

MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow on Monday night reported the revelation that former President George H.W. Bush’s campaign team considered picking actor Clint Eastwood as his running mate in 1988. At the time, Eastwood was a Republican mayor. Instead, Bush chose little-known U.S. Senator Dan Quayle of Indiana. Watch video, courtesy of…

Two California pension funds to vote against Murdoch

NEW YORK — Two huge California pension funds said Monday they would vote against the reelection of Rupert Murdoch to the board of his media conglomerate News Corp. this week. The pension funds added their voices to a growing clamor among News Corp. shareholders for the ouster of Murdoch and…

‘Sesame Street’ back online after porn hacking

WASHINGTON — “Sesame Street” returned to cyberspace on Monday after its YouTube channel was targeted by unknown hackers who replaced Ernie, Abby, Big Bird and the Cookie Monster with hardcore porn. YouTube, owned by Google, pulled the channel down Sunday when its wholesome children’s fare was replaced with adult videos…

Erick Erickson: GOP should not dismiss ‘Occupy’ protests

Erick Erickson, CNN contributor and founder of RedState.org, said Friday that the Republican Party should not completely dismiss the ongoing “Occupy Wall Street” protests in lower Manhattan and other cities. He noted that the “Occupy Wall Street” movement and the tea party movement were both opposed to the Troubled Asset…

Fox Business reporter: Zuccotti Park is the ‘Marxist epicenter’

Appearing on Fox News Monday, Fox Business Network senior correspondent Charles Gasparino explained why he sees “Zuccotti Park as New York’s Marxist epicenter.” “I did some reporting,” Gasparino told Fox News anchor Jenna Lee. “All you have to do is walk through there to see that there is an underlying…

CNBC reporter to Scarborough: ‘You are the problem’ for mocking protests

CNBC Wall Street reporter Melissa Francis told MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough Monday that he was just “making this whole thing a whole lot worse” by downplaying the impact of the Occupy movement. “When you come in [to the New York Stock Exchange] even at this hour, you can’t ignore Occupy Wall…

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