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MSNBC's Klein Frets GOP 'Won't Do Anything to Help' Fix ObamaCare, Will Let 'People Get Hurt'

On the Wednesday, July 3, The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell, MSNBC analyst Ezra Klein -- also of the Washington Post -- joined host O'Donnell in complaining that congressional Republicans ...
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Forbes List Shows Liberals Dominate Influential Media Spots By 9-to-1

‘Celebrity 100’ reveals strength of left across news, entertainment.
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Girl Scouts March in Gay Pride

USA Today touts ‘first time’ for Girl Scouts in San Francisco.
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George Takei Omits 'Under God' from Pledge, Slams Chris Christie on Gay Marriage

Appearing as a guest on Saturday's The Ed Show on MSNBC, actor George Takei omitted "under God" as he started quoting from the Pledge of Allegiance during a segment in which the gay rights ...
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Feminist Calls for Sex Strike in Texas

HuffPo writer rants for women to pressure men to vote feminist.
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The Usual Suspects ‘White House Down,’ Villains Racist Right-Wing Militarists

In case conservatives needed a reminder that Hollywood hates them …  
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Margaret Carlson: GOP Against 'Giving Dignity to Immigrants'

Appearing on Friday's Political Capital show on Bloomberg News, Bloomberg View columnist Margaret Carlson -- formerly of CNN and Time magazine -- charged that Republicans are opposed to "giving ...
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MSNBC's Schultz Charges Conservatives Want to 'Keep a Minority Down'

On Saturday's The Ed Show on MSNBC, as host Ed Schultz ranted about the Supreme Court decision on the 1965 Voting Rights Act, he asserted that "keep[ing] a minority down" was one of the few things ...
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Isn’t That Sweet: Lucky Charms Goes Gay

General Mills cereal announces ‘pride’ campaign.  
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MSNBC's Finney: GOPers 'Trying to Harm the Health of Women,' 'Endangering the Health of Their Citizens'

On Sunday's Disrupt show on MSNBC, host Karen Finney wondered by Texas Republicans are "trying to harm the health of women in the state" by passing laws against abortion instead of dealing with ...
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