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GOP Rep Believes Obama Has ‘Affinity’ for Terrorists, Muslim Congressman May Be National Security Risk

Kansas Congressman Mike Pompeo appeared on “Secure Freedom Radio” on Thursday and agreed with host Frank Gaffney that President Obama has an “affinity” for radical Muslims. Pompeo told Gaffney that Obama didn’t focus on Islam at the recent violent extremism … Read More

Some Chris Christie Supporters Now Turn Their Backs

He does not return phone calls. He does not ask for support. He arrives late for meetings. And he acts as if he has all the time in the world. Politics News on The Huffington Post

Rep. Alcee Hastings Says Old Texas Dildo Law Shows The State Is ‘Crazy’

A Florida congressman is not backing off his assertion that Texas is a “crazy state,” and he’s now citing an old law restricting dildos to make his case. “One of their cities has a law that says that women can … Read More

California Gun Company Selling ‘Obama’s Blaster’ Gun Barrel

A California gun company has announced a new product named after the President. The ‘The Obama’s Blaster,’ by Ares Armor, is a gun barrel that, according to the description, is so named because “Yes we can build a firearm product.” … Read More

Education Department Terminates Contracts With Debt Collectors Accused Of Wrongdoing

The U.S. Department of Education, under fire for its lackluster oversight of student loan contractors, said Friday it will terminate its relationship with five debt collectors after accusing them of misleading distressed borrowers at “unacceptably high rates.” The surprise announcement … Read More

Sharpton Dismisses Rumors He’s Losing His MSNBC Show

There have been some rumors this week that Al Sharpton is losing his MSNBC show as part of an ongoing schedule shake-up. Well, Sharpton has officially shot down those rumors and said he isn’t going anywhere. Sharpton told The Daily … Read More

States Prepare For Fallout Of Possible Obamacare Ruling

Officials in several Republican states that balked at participating in President Obama’s health-care initiative are now revisiting the issue, amid mounting panic over a possible Supreme Court decision that would revoke federal insurance subsidies for millions of Americans. Politics News … Read More

What’s Really Wrong With Bill O’Reilly’s El Salvador Reporting

Fox News personality Bill O’Reilly has pointed to his brief stint in Latin America in 1982 as a correspondent for CBS News as proof of his experience covering “active war zones.” Those claims have come under fire this month after … Read More

U.S. Northern Command: Loose Llamas Had No Connection To ISIS

The military just shot the elephant in the room. Hours after two llamas wreaked havoc on the streets of Phoenix, Arizona Thursday, the United States Northern Command answered the questions on everyone’s minds: Who were the llamas working for? And … Read More

House Republicans Not Ready To Cave On DHS Funding

WASHINGTON — House Republicans inched closer to embracing a stopgap measure to prevent a Department of Homeland Security shutdown on Thursday, a day before the agency runs out of money. GOP leaders huddled with their conference behind closed doors to … Read More

Intel Chief Clapper: 2014 Was ‘Most Lethal Year for Global Terrorism’

Director of National Intelligence James Clapper testified to the Senate Armed Services Committee today, “When the final accounting is done, 2014 will have been the most lethal year for global terrorism in the 45 years such data has been compiled.” … Read More

Duggar Daughter Mocks Atheists, Liberal Christians: You’re Going to Hell and I’m Not

Jessa Duggar, one of the stars of “19 Kids and Counting,” posted a long diatribe on her Facebook page warning of God’s impending judgment, or something. “Whenever someone speaks out against something that God calls sin, ‘Don’t Judge!’ can be … Read More

Tom Schweich, Missouri Auditor And Gubernatorial Candidate, Dead At Age 54

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich, a Republican candidate for governor, has died. According to his office, the 54-year-old Schweich died Thursday. He was taken to the hospital after what his staff described as a “medical situation” … Read More