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Huckabee’s ‘history’ cartoon teaches kids to idolize Reagan

Former Republican Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee is hoping to earn a few extra bucks by teaching children his own special view of history. The Fox News host has launched a series of cartoons that he hopes will correct the “blame America first” attitude. “When it comes to American history, our…

Ultra-orthodox Jewish newspaper photoshops Hillary out of history

The Hasidic Jewish newspaper Der Tzitung has determined that last Sunday’s iconic photo from the Situation Room was too scandalous to reprint without retouching. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was erased from the image before it ran on Der Tzitung‘s cover. The ultra-orthodox Jewish newspaper does not print images of…

Al Qaeda most lethal terrorist ‘franchise’ in recent history: report

Al Qaeda has been one of the most lethal terrorist organization in the world under the leadership of Osama bin Laden, according to an analysis by the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START) at the University of Maryland. More than 600 groups have committed…

Andrew Brietbart smearing college professors with deceptively edited video

Andrew Breitbart, who sponsored the heavily edited “pimp” videos that destroyed the anti-poverty group ACORN, is now using the same technique to go after two college professors for statements they allegedly made while teaching a course at the University of Missouri on Labor, Politics and Society. According to MediaMatters, Breitbart’s…

Obama vows to restore Gulf Coast one year after spill

WASHINGTON (AFP) – President Barack Obama on Wednesday vowed to do “whatever is necessary” to restore the Gulf Coast on the anniversary of the BP rig explosion, which caused the worst maritime oil spill in US history. “The events that unfolded on April 20, 2010 and the oil spill that…

Maine attorney general: Labor mural removal is ‘government speech’

Republican Gov. Paul LePage’s was exercising his right to “government speech” when he ordered a mural removed from the Maine Labor Department headquarters, state Attorney General William Schneider said Monday. LePage ordered a 36-foot mural depicting the history of labor movements in Maine to be removed from the state’s Department…

U.S. marks 150th anniversary of start of Civil War

RALEIGH, North Carolina — Americans on Tuesday mark the 150th anniversary of the start of the US Civil War, a bloody conflict that historians say still deeply influences the United States. “The Civil War is one of the most significant events in American history in terms of the way the…

New Hampshire politician now charged with rape got elected despite violent past

Jeffrey Gray is an elected member of the Salem, New Hampshire Planning Board charged with kidnapping a woman, keeping her in his house in Windham, NH for three days, and sexually assaulting her. But this isn’t the first time Gray has been accused of terrorizing women — in fact, his…

New Hampshire lawmaker apologizes for calling bishop a ‘pedophile pimp’

New Hampshire House Majority Leader D.J. Bettencourt (R) has apologized for calling a Catholic bishop a “pedophile pimp” after the bishop said the proposed House budget would hurt some of the neediest citizens of the state. During a rally at the New Hampshire Statehouse, Bishop John McCormack said he was…

Transocean hails ‘best year’ in safety, gives execs bonuses, despite Gulf spill

The company that owns the now-infamous Deepwater Horizon, the oil rig that caused immeasurable damage to the Gulf, recently applauded itself for the “best year in safety performance in our Company’s history.” The company, Transocean Ltd., rewarded its executives millions in bonuses for the achievement, according to the annual report…

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