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Fox News host cheers ‘positive’ job losses

In a Sunday evening segment, Fox News business reporter Brenda Buttner suggested that the loss of public sector jobs — which have come largely out of cities, counties, school districts and states — is actually “a positive” development for the U.S. economy. “Government is a little bit losing jobs, and…

Homer Simpson becomes Glenn Beck style ‘loudmouth’

As The Simpsons approaches its 500 episode, writers on the latest episode of the landmark series decided to poke fun at Fox News and one of its former employees. In Sunday’s episode, after becoming a YouTube sensation after an airport meltdown, Homer Simpson wins the job of political analyst on…

Fox News blames ‘left-wing blog Politico’ for weak GOP field

Fox News revealed on Wednesday what they believe could be a conspiracy between the “liberal-leaning press” and the “left-wing blog Politico” to make Republican presidential candidates appear weak. “Is the mainstream media trying to spin the election?” Fox News host Gretchen Carlson asked legal analyst Peter Johnson Jr. “There was…

Alan Colmes mocks Rick Santorum for ‘playing’ with his dead baby

Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum and his wife Karen have reportedly accepted the apology of a Fox News contributor who mocked them for taking their dead baby home, where he said they “played” with it. During a segment on Fox News Monday, Alan Colmes told host Jon Scott that Santorum’s…

Fox analyst: Occupy protesters like ‘hobos, tramps and bums’

One Fox News analyst says that he may one day nostalgically look back on the Occupy protest movement, comparing them to hobos, tramps, bums and yippies. On Tuesday, activists declared their intention to ‘Occupy the Caucus’ in Iowa by protesting at the campaign offices of Democratic President Barack Obama and…

‘Cocoon’ vaccination strategy causes controversy

This Fox News segment with Dr. Cathleen London discusses the question of vaccinating extremely young infants against some diseases. The practice of “cocooning”, which is endorsed by the CDC, involves vaccinating all adults who will come into contact with the infant rather than exposing the child to potential risks of…

Utah woman and son rescued after Facebook call for help

A Utah woman had been held hostage for nearly five days by her domestic partner, raped and beaten when she managed to sneak into a closet with a laptop and post a cry for help on the social networking site Facebook. In this video from Fox News, America Live host…

FDA-approves new drug to cure hangovers

The Federal Drug Administration (FDA) has approved a new drug that claims to lessen or eliminate the symptoms of a hangover in 15 to 30 minutes. The new drug contains caffeine, aspirin and a stomach soothing substance. But Dr. David Samadi, appearing Monday on Fox News, was skeptical of the new…

Gingrich: Abolish ‘anti-American’ Ninth Circuit judges

Republican presidential candidate Newt Gingrich declared Thursday that he would work to abolish federal judges if he didn’t agree with their “anti-American” or “dictatorial” rulings. At a GOP debate in Sioux City, Iowa, Fox News moderator Megyn Kelly noted that at least two conservative former attorneys general had blasted Gingrich’s…

WATCH LIVE: Final GOP debate before Iowa caucuses

Republican presidential candidates will debate one final time Thursday before the Iowa caucuses. Watch this live video from Fox News, broadcast Dec. 15, 2011.…

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