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Beck’s $5,697 Israel trip doesn’t include tickets to the main event

For only $5,697 you can go with Glenn Beck to Israel, but don’t expect to actually attend his rally for that price. The Fox News host announced Friday the first of two travel agencies that will be providing tours to his August 24 “Restoring Courage” rally at the Southern Wall…

Cornel West: Obama ‘cussed me out’ for attacking his policies

Dr. Cornel West is shedding some light on why he has been so tough on President Barack Obama recently. In an interview published by TruthDig Monday, West told Chris Hedges that he felt snubbed by the president after doing 65 events during the 2008 campaign. “I used to call my…

Hundreds of NYPD cops may be punished for fixing parking tickets

The New York Police Department may fire up to 400 cops at the conclusion of a widespread corruption investigation. Anonymous sources inside the department told the New York Post that cops who were found to have “fixed” tickets would be let go. The NYPD denied that 400 cops were involved,…

Winning $312 million lottery ticket sold in New York state

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The winning lottery ticket for an estimated $312 million jackpot was purchased in New York state, lottery operator Mega Millions said in a statement. Local media reported that the ticket was sold at Coulson’s News Center, a convenience store in Albany, the state capital. The store is located…

Biden expects to be Obama’s 2012 running mate

Vice President Joe Biden said on Thursday he expects to be on the 2012 Democratic presidential ticket as President Barack Obama’s running mate. “He (Obama) asked me if I would do that over a year ago. And I told him I would,” Biden said in an interview on “PBS NewsHour.”…

2012 run? Sarah Palin reportedly scouting for office space in Iowa

Sarah Palin, the ubiquitous superstar of the Republican Party, has been searching for office space in Iowa, according to a little-noticed report Sunday in a British paper. Palin is scheduled to visit Iowa Nov. 27. Iowa is an crucial primary state. “In the course of making arrangements for that tour,…

Bush: I considered replacing Cheney in 2004

Former President George W. Bush considered dropping then-Vice President Dick Cheney from his re-election ticket in 2004 after concerns that Cheney had become too polarizing a force, according to an excerpt from his new memoir. Bush’s book, Decision Points, is to be released this month. According to The New York…

Caught: Fake voting flyers distributed to African American voters in Texas

An unknown group handed out misleading fliers to voters in a primarily African American polling place in Houston, Texas, reports KTRK. The fliers, which were handed out near an early voting location Tuesday night, claimed that “Republicans are trying to trick us” and said that voting Democrat was actually voting…

McCain: ‘I never considered myself a maverick’

As a presidential candidate, distancing himself from his party was the politically astute move. But now that he’s facing a daunting primary challenge from the right, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) is working to shed a label he once vigorously embraced. “I never considered myself a maverick,” he told Newsweek’s David…

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