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Donald Sterling Is Limbaugh's Newest Reason to Defend Racism

Donald Sterling Is Limbaugh's Newest Reason to Defend Racism
In this edition of "Random Rush," Limbaugh defends racism once again, this time in honor of Clippers' owner Donald Sterling. Someone has to defend him, right?
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Right-Wing Pundit Insists 'You Just Don't Find Racism' In The GOP

Right-Wing Pundit Insists 'You Just Don't Find Racism' In The GOP
While sitting down with Alex Jones of InfoWars, WorldNetDaily editor Joseph Farah defended Cliven Bundy but chastised Donald Sterling for his racist remarks.
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Obama Denounces NBA Team Owner's Racist Remarks

Obama Denounces NBA Team Owner's Racist Remarks
While fielding questions from the press in Malaysia, President Obama took a few moments to address the racist comments allegedly made by Donald Sterling, owner of the Los Angeles Clippers.
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Lone Right-Wing Outlet Defends Cliven Bundy as Victim of 'Entrapment,' 'Communism'

Lone Right-Wing Outlet Defends Cliven Bundy as Victim of 'Entrapment,' 'Communism'
While Cliven Bundy’s allies at Fox News have either gone silent or distanced themselves from the lawless rancher after the New York Times reported on his racist rant, the right-wing pundits at WorldNetDaily are standing by their man.
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Broadcasters vs Cloud Computing: SCOTUS Hears Debate in Streaming Video Case

Broadcasters vs Cloud Computing: SCOTUS Hears Debate in Streaming Video Case
Supreme Court justices debated Tuesday whether they can side with broadcasters in a copyright challenge to an Internet startup company without threatening the burgeoning world of cloud computing. The high court heard arguments in the dispute between television broadcasters and Aereo Inc., which takes free television signals from the airwaves and allows subscribers to watch the programs on laptop computers, smart phones and other portable devices. The case has the potential to bring big changes to the television industry.
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Mark Sherman
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WATCH: Bill O'Reilly Saying Predictably Racist Things to Univ of KY's Basketball Coach

WATCH: Bill O'Reilly Saying Predictably Racist Things to Univ of KY's Basketball Coach
Bill O'Reilly is shocked that Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari isn't sworn at and disrespected by his players. John Calipari is shocked by the racist things coming out of O'Reilly's mouth.
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Denver Post Scrubs Clean Interview with Personhood Flip-Flopper (and 8 Reasons Why they Need to Fix It)

Denver Post Scrubs Clean Interview with Personhood Flip-Flopper (and 8 Reasons Why they Need to Fix It)
Here are eight reasons why Denver Post reporter Kurtis Lee's blog post, quoting Rep. Mike Coffman about personhood and abortion-for-rape-and-incest, was newsworthy and should not have been deleted from The Post's website. Prime among them: it was news!
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Fox News Reporter: Obama and Holder Being Black is the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Them

Fox News Reporter: Obama and Holder Being Black is the Best Thing That Ever Happened to Them
Fox News analyst and political reporter Brit Hume believes President Barack Obama and Attorney General Eric Holder have it so easy because they are black. This country is so post-racial that black people are now catching all the breaks!
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Conservatives Suggest Hillary Clinton Staged Shoe-Throwing Incident

Conservatives Suggest Hillary Clinton Staged Shoe-Throwing Incident
Conservatives, like talk radio host Rush Limbaugh and Fox News contributor Bernard Goldberg, are promoting the claim that Hillary Clinton staged the incident where a woman threw a shoe at her during a speech in Las Vegas.
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Franken's Campaign Against Comcast Is No Joke

Franken's Campaign Against Comcast Is No Joke
In a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, U.S. Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) — one of the leading opponents of Comcast's proposed acquisition of Time Warner Cable — stood up for the millions of people in Minnesota and across the country who are facing rising cable and Internet costs. He called the deal bad for consumers, saying it would stifle competition and likely lead to higher costs for Minnesotans who are already being squeezed financially.
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