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Tea party speaker: ‘Force these Mexicans’ to build border fence

A speaker told a coalition of tea party groups in South Carolina on Monday that the U.S. could save $260 billion on the border fence if they “force these Mexicans to make $5 a day” to build it. Speaking to the inaugural South Carolina Tea Party Coalition Convention, author Colin…

Man receives $44 million bill from hospital

For a 28-year-old New York man, a shocking bill from his hospital almost left him with an illness much worse than what he’d just recovered from. According to The New York Daily News, unemployed doorman Alexis Rodriguez received a bill totaling over $44 million from Bronx-Lebanon Hospital, even though he’d…

Walker recall petition overshoots requirement by nearly 200,000 signatures

If Wisconsin’s Democrats are to be believed, the recall of Gov. Scott Walker (R) is on and just needs to be made official. With Tuesday’s deadline fast approaching, The New York Times reports that Wisconsin’s activists are prepared to submit about 720,000 petition signatures, far surpassing the 540,000 needed to trigger a…

Obama honors Martin Luther King at Washington church

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Barack Obama celebrated the legacy of slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. with his family on Sunday, clapping and swaying to the boisterous strains of “Amazing Grace” at a historic Washington D.C. Baptist church. On the eve of the holiday marking King’s birthday, the…

Huntsman to drop out of GOP race, endorse Romney

According to reports tweeted on Sunday night by New York Times reporter Jeff Zeleny, Republican presidential candidate Jon Huntsman is about to leave the race and will endorse Mitt Romney. Zeleny added that “Huntsman was urged by some advisers to stay in the race thrugh South Carolina primary, but concluded…

Fresh questions raised about Romney’s reign at Bain

Recent claims that the anti-Romney campaign ad, “King of Bain: When Mitt Romney Came to Town,” is seriously flawed may lessen its impact on the Republican presidential primaries. A story at the Washington Post, however, adds fresh fuel to the fire by suggesting that Romney’s actions when he ran Bain…

Seventh-Day Adventists battle to keep McDonald’s out of town

The residents of Loma Linda, California are overwhelmingly Seventh-Day Adventists, which means they are also healthy eaters with a strong learning towards vegetarianism. But the city council approved an application to set up a McDonald’s franchise last month, and now many residents are up in arms. According to ABC News,…

Occupy protesters kicked off bus on way to Washington

A group of Occupy protesters from California, who were heading to Washington, DC to participate in the Occupy Congress protest on January 17, were kicked off their Greyhound bus on Saturday night and left stranded in Amarillo, Texas. The driver, Donald Ainsworth, allegedly called the Occupiers “you people” and told…

Conservative leader: Democratic Party is ‘party of the KKK’

The founder of a movement to increase racial diversity within the Republican Party told a crowd of tea party supporters on Sunday that they weren’t racists because “the Democratic Party is the party of the KKK.” Speaking at the first ever South Carolina Tea Party Convention, Raging Elephants leader Apostle…

Gingrich: ‘I’m probably gonna win’ South Carolina

After finishing fourth in Iowa and New Hampshire, Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich predicted Sunday that he would take first place in the upcoming South Carolina primary. “I’m probably gonna win next Saturday, because as a Georgia Reagan conservative I fit much more comfortably,” the former House Speaker told CBS…

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