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MSNBC's Sharpton Hypes Computer Glitch to Charge GOP 'Hypocrisy' for Fearing Dead Voters

On Monday's PoliticsNation show on MSNBC, as he mocked Republicans for fearing that Democrats use dead voters to engage in voter fraud, host Al Sharpton hyped a USA Today article about people ...
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MSNBC's Sharpton Slams 'Immoral, Unjust, Un-American' GOP Agenda

On Friday's PoliticsNation show, MSNBC host Al Sharpton accused Republicans of having "an agenda that is immoral, unjust, and un-American," because of the House GOP's 40th vote to repeal ...
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MSNBC's Self-Described 'Liberal Caricature' Hayes Sees 'Worst Republicans Ever'

On Friday's All In show, MSNBC host Chris Hayes declared his belief that Republicans currently in Congress "are the worst Republicans ever, and they're so extreme," as he asked Minnesota ...
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Facebook Group Claims ‘Virgin Mary Should Have Aborted’

Christians call for Facebook to remove offensive page.
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HuffPo Live Wants to Gay Up Catholic Colleges

All-gay panel talk how to push gay agenda on Catholic campuses.
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MSNBC's Krystal Ball Slams Limbaugh 'Racism,' 'Offensive in Every Way You Can Be Offensive'

Appearing on Thursday's PoliticsNation, MSNBC's Krystal Ball accused conservative talk radio host Rush Limbaugh of "racism" and "sexism" and charged that "He is offensive in every way you can be ...
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Hundreds of Women Protest Contraception Mandate at White House

Rally opposes media claim that religious liberty conflicts with rights of women.
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MSNBC Distorts 'Lester Maddox' O'Reilly While Accusing O'Reilly of Distortion

On Wednesday's PoliticsNation, MSNBC host Al Sharpton not only accused FNC's Bill O'Reilly and other right-leaning hosts of "distorting" the actions of Democrats on the issue of racial ...
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ABC to Air Gay-Rights Miniseries

Show to be ‘semi-autobiographical’ account from gay screenwriter Dustin Lance Black.
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