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New York clerk quits over same sex marriage

by On Top Magazine Laura Fotusky has quit her job as town clerk of Barker, New York rather than sign marriage licenses for gay and lesbian couples, POLITICO.com reported. New York last month became the sixth – and most populous – state to legalize gay marriage after Governor Andrew Cuomo…

Top Iowa staffers abandon the Cain campaign

Herman Cain’s top two staffers in Iowa have left their posts over the candidate’s alleged refusal to put forth a serious effort in that state, home of the first presidential primaries of the 2012 election cycle. Politico is reporting that Cain’s Iowa campaign director Tina Goff has resigned, as well…

Huckabee denies attacking Natalie Portman

On Top Magazine Mar 04, 2011 Possible presidential candidate and conservative celebrity Mike Huckabee has denied he ever described actress Natalie Portman as a bad role model. The former Arkansas governor denied he ever attacked Portman for deciding to become an unwed mother. Portman, who is engaged to ballet choreographer…

Top Muslim cleric calls on soldiers to kill Gaddafi

Follow live updates of the Libyan uprising. Prominent Muslim cleric Yusuf al-Qaradawi called on Libyan soldiers to shoot leader Muammar Gaddafi dead, issuing a fatwa saying any soldier with the ability should step up “to rid Libya of” the 41-year leader. “Whoever in the Libyan army is able to shoot…

Top US military commander to visit Israel, Jordan

WASHINGTON – The top US military commander will visit Israel and Jordan Sunday and Monday to reaffirm US support following the collapse of the presidency of Hosni Mubarak in Egypt. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Mike Mullen will begin his trip in Amman where he will meet…

Top US officer cautions against cut to Egypt aid

WASHINGTON – The US military’s top officer on Friday cautioned against moves to cut off aid to Egypt due to the unrest against the government of President Hosni Mubarak. “I would just caution against doing anything until we really understand what’s going on,” Admiral Mike Mullen said in an interview…

Top US spy hadn’t heard of London terror arrests

WASHINGTON — The White House mounted a firm defense of America’s top spy on Wednesday after he admitted on television he did not know about a purported terrorism plot foiled by Britain. US Director of National Intelligence James Clapper was asked about the alleged plot, with ABC News’s Diane Sawyer…

No tax deal would risk new recession: Obama aide

WASHINGTON — Top White House economic advisor Larry Summers warned Wednesday that if US lawmakers reject a compromise tax deal they risk plunging the US economy back into recession. Failure from Congress to vote the tax deal brokered by the President Barack Obama in the next two weeks would “significantly…

Saudis ‘chief supporters’ of extremism, leaked cables show

WASHINGTON — Top U.S. officials have grown frustrated over the resistance of allies in the Middle East to help shut the financial pipeline of terrorists, the New York Times reported on Sunday, citing secret diplomatic dispatches. Internal State Department cables, obtained by WikiLeaks and made available to news organizations, indicate…

Top Marine: Keep ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’

The new commandant of the US Marine Corps said Saturday that now is the wrong time to overturn the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy prohibiting gays from openly serving in the military, as US troops remain in the thick of war in Afghanistan. “There’s risk involved; I’m trying to determine…

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