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Wisc. Justice Prosser urged to attend anger management: report

The conservative Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice accused of choking a female colleague amid a heated argument was urged days later to attend anger management classes, according to a local report. Justice David Prosser, accused of choking his liberal colleague Justice Ann Walsh Bradley, was reportedly asked to attend the classes…

WI Justice Prosser issues denial of attack on fellow judge

Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice David Prosser has issued a denial of witness reports that he grabbed fellow justice Ann Walsh Bradley by the throat on June 13. The altercation reportedly erupted in Justice Bradley’s chambers during a heated discussion of Governor Scott Walker’s controversial budget bill, which curtails collective bargaining…

Spain’s ‘indignant’ launch new protest march

BARCELONA (AFP) – Spain’s “indignant” activists began their last and longest protest march on Saturday, leaving from the northeastern city of Barcelona to cover 650 kilometres on their way to a major Madrid rally on July 24. Two other marches set off earlier this week, from Valencia in the east…

Limbaugh slams Rove for attacking O’Donnell

In another sign that Christine O’Donnell’s upset win in last night’s Delaware Republican Senate primary has opened a schism in the conservative movement, talk show host Rush Limbaugh attacked Karl Rove on the air Wednesday for Rove’s criticisms of the tea party-backed O’Donnell. Rove’s anger at O’Donnell on Fox News…

White House: Some ‘crazy’ liberal critics of Obama ‘ought to be drug tested’

The White House is sparing no punches to some of its critics on the “professional left,” describing them as insatiable and unrealistic. In an interview with Sam Youngman of The Hill published Tuesday morning, White House spokesman Robert Gibbs unleashed a series of forceful attacks on some unnamed progressive critics…

‘I believe a little raw anger right now is justified,’ Weiner explains rant

He was mad as hell and he couldn’t take it anymore. In a column published in Wednesday’s New York Times, Democratic Congressman Anthony Weiner explains why he erupted against Republicans in a video that went viral the other week. LAST week I got angry on the floor of the House.…

‘Demonized’ BP boss sparks fresh US anger on exit

LONDON (AFP) – BP’s outgoing chief executive Tony Hayward was the target of fresh US anger Wednesday after claiming he had been “demonized and vilified,” threatening efforts to draw a line under the Gulf oil spill. The comments by Hayward, who resigned Tuesday following his heavily criticised handling of the…

BP denies botching Gulf of Mexico clean-up

Report: EPA officials mull sanctions against BP’s US operations Amid increasing anger over a huge oil slick hitting US shores, BP officials Friday denied botching the month-long clean-up and deliberately hiding the true extent of the spill. With a thick sludge now washing up in the Mississippi delta threatening disaster…

A month in, outrage over Gulf oil spill grows

Thick, sticky oil crept deeper into delicate marshes of the Mississippi Delta, an arrival dreaded for a month since the crude started spewing into the Gulf, as anger and frustration mounted over efforts to plug the gusher from a blown-out well and contain the spill. Up to now, only tar…

Dem governor: Fox News outdid tea partiers in ‘marshalling anger’

Pennsylvania’s Democratic governor, Ed Rendell, told the hosts of Fox & Friends Monday that they “deserve credit” for the success of the tea party movement, and that the movement could well dissipate if the economy improves. “You guys deserve more credit for marshaling that anger than the tea partiers,” Rendell…

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