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Wednesday, 10 October 2012

Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Rachel Maddow ripped Republican members of the House Science Committee on her Tuesday MSNBC show, contrasting their science-related comments to the scientists who won the Nobel Peace Prize.

Maddow replayed a clip of the two physicists who won the Nobel Peace Prize on Monday, admitting that grasping why the scientists won was difficult as the level of science is so advanced.

"That's one level of science going on in the country right now," Maddow said of the American physicist awarded. "Here is another."
AP Apologizes Over Insta-Classic Romney Pic
WATCH: Ann Romney's Awkward Moment On 'GMA'
NBC News Chief Calls Out Obama, Romney Campaigns
Scott Stenholm: Why Paul Ryan Is (Mostly) Right About the 'Liberal Media'
What is never answered when Paul Ryan and others paint the media in such a partisan way is why that is. Why is the mainstream news media so historically liberally biased?
Eitan Press: Uplevel Twitter Swastikas With Jewish Pride and Universal Love
This week the hashtag #卐卐卐 got its 15 minutes of Twitter fame as a trending topic, but also stirred up a lot of bad feelings and raised some difficult questions.
Robert Reich: The Politics of Fear and the Party of Non-Voters
Republicans are well practiced in the politics of fear and the logistics of the big lie. The challenge for Obama and Biden and for the rest of us over the next four weeks is to counter their fearsome lies with the truth.
Eric Boehlert: Tucker Carlson to Journalists: Pay Attention to Me or You're "Contemptible" and Biased
Sorry Tucker, but ignoring Daily Caller's failed offerings isn't a form of bias. It's just common sense.
Dr. Jim Taylor: The Disturbing Sexualization of Really Young Girls
Is there any chance that we can convince the companies that sell sexuality to young girls to just stop it because it is wrong? No way! So, as is so often the case with children, the buck stops with us.

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