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Cursing makes you feel better when hurt: study

Ever hear someone scolded for their curse-laden language when they hurt themselves? Those finger-waggers who say cursing doesn’t help now should bite their tongues, then perhaps cuss to make it better. Researchers at Keele University released findings showing that letting loose a string of expletives actually has the effect of…

Feingold calls for GE CEO Immelt to step down as Obama jobs chief

Former Wisconsin Sen. Russ Feingold (D) is outraged that the man that President Barack Obama has put in charge of creating jobs is the CEO of a company that paid no taxes last year. Obama named GE CEO Jeff Immelt as the head of the President’s Council on Jobs and…

McCain proven ‘flat out wrong’ on DADT after scolding reporters

Senator John McCain’s remarks to two reporters after he had voted to block the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” on Tuesday have already drawn widespread attention for their rambling and almost incoherent nature. Now an officer who says he was discharged from the Air Force even though he was…

Angry Palin neighbor rented house to writer to get back at her for ‘delinquent bills’

A neighbor of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin got so angry for what she says was unpaid bills for renovations that she decided she would try to rent her house to someone who wanted to look into Palin’s life as a result — what media reports are calling “revenge by…

Colbert to Graham: Save your career with straight sex tape

William Gheen, the leader of an anti-illegal immigration group, has received considerable attention after asking Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) to admit he’s gay — an unsubstantiated allegation — before liberals can use it against him. Comedy Central’s Stephen Colbert slammed Gheen Thursday and quipped, “Lindsey Graham, save your good name…

Massa says someone ‘forged’ his signature on aide pay raise

Former congressman Eric Massa (D-NY) said on Saturday that someone must have forged his signature on a check for a $40,000 salary increase for his chief of staff, whose accusations of sexual harassment were revealed only Friday, The Washington Post reported.…

Colbert: DC gossip book ‘not bogged down with sources’

The co-author of the new book “Game Change” faced a few backhanded compliments when he joined Stephen Colbert Wednesday night. John Heilemann’s book has been called “royal court gossip” by bloggers like Glenn Greenwald. Colbert seemed to be playing off those beliefs when he praised the book because it was…

Bloggers reject White House ‘fringe’ denial, want ‘anonymous adviser’ outed

The Obama administration has disavowed statements from an “anonymous adviser” that, according to a CNBC reporter, said the White House feels bloggers need to “”take off their pajamas” but many in the blogosphere aren’t buying the White House denial. CNBC’s John Harwood quoted the nameless White House adviser in a…

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