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2012 Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum accidentally admitted that President Obama created an enormous number of jobs in an interview on CNN. Michael Shure breaks it down.
11 Jul 2011
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Rick Santorum's wife Karen said gays 'vilify' the 2012 Republican Presidential candidate. The Young Turks host Cenk Uygur breaks it down and goes on to explain how Karen dated an abortion doctor before marrying Rick. *******videocafe.crooksandliars****/david/karen-santorum-gays-vilify-my-husband *******www.thedailybeast****/newsweek/2012/01/15/mrs-santorum-s-abortion-doctor-boyfriend.html Subscribe to The Young Turks: ******* Download the politics or entertainment hour of this TYT episode: ******* Find out how to watch The Young Turks on Current by clicking here: *******www.current****/gettyt The Largest Online New Show in the World. Google+: ******* Facebook: *******www.facebook****/tytnation Twitter: *******twitter****/theyoungturks
2 Apr 2012
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In today's show, we talk about the internet ruining your brain, Instagram & Facebook, Mississippi leading the nation in other things, and Rick Santorum.
11 Apr 2012
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The former Pennsylvania senator answers the Big Question, "Does the free market corrode moral character?" For more videos from this series please go to: *******new.bigthink****/topics/templeton-big-question *******www.templeton****/market
19 Nov 2008
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18 Mar 2012
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Herman Cain, Rick Santorum and even state Republican office holders like Harry Accornero are in a heated competition to see who can out-bigot the other to get those precious tea party votes. Follow me on twitter *******twitter****/#!/gstudio666
28 Oct 2011
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(Image Source Daily Gossip) BY CODY LAGROW What once looked like an easy win for Mitt Romney in Michigan’s primary is turning into a battle for the GOP presidential candidates. NBC explains. "The next major showdown right here in Michigan in less than two weeks, where Santorum hopes to deal rival a devastating loss on what Romney considers his home turf." Romney grew up in Michigan and his father was a well-known governor of the Great Lakes state. The GOP candidate also won the state in the 2008 republican primary. Detroit News reports that Romney will go into the fight with the upper hand. “Romney’s big advantages come from the fact that he has experience campaigning in the state, he has the resources to spend money on television ads in all of the Michigan media markets and his campaign’s organizational advantages.” Romney recently wrote an op-ed piece in Detroit News about the auto bailout and said Detroit would be fine without the president’s intervention. Current TV says this statement shows Romney’s disconnect and could cost him a “w”. “The jobs of millions of workers would have liquidated also. Sorry, Mitt. Your pandering betrayal is not a forgivable sin. And if you lose in Michigan, this is going to be the reason why.” Rick Santorum is gaining momentum in the contest and The Washington Post reports that this is an opportunity for the Pennsylvania conservative to wrangle his way to the White House. “For Santorum, the Michigan contest is a chance to show that he can appeal to more than social conservatives and that he can mount the kind of broad-based campaign needed to win the nomination—and defeat Obama in the fall.” Polling firm Mitchell Research in East Lansing puts Santorum nine points ahead of Romney. The Detroit Free Press asked the firm whether Santorum has the cash to continue. “Steven Mitchell, the president of Mitchell Research, said, ‘Conservatives are uniting behind Santorum…Now we will have to see if Santorum has the financial resources to compete against Romney’s big money in the state in which he was born and raised.’” Michigan voters will head to the polls on February 28th.
16 Feb 2012
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In today's show, we talk about unhealthy burgers giving people heart attacks, Lindsay Lohan lookin' good and trashy, and Rick Santorum (cause we all need a good laugh once in a while).
16 Feb 2012
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In today's show, we talk about new merch, being drunk at Disneyland, Rick Santorum being stupid and the Jeremy Lin headline controversy.
22 Feb 2012
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Ever had sex or a drink? verified immigration status of your gardener? You may not be fit to be president! ‪*******MalcolmOutLoud.TV‬
2 Dec 2011
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Beijing has a sexy Superhero who calls herself the "Chinese Redbud Woman" who gives food, supplies and money to the less fortunate.
9 Jan 2012
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A rant about media and politics.
10 Jan 2012
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Just how important is the issue of marriage equality?
22 Jan 2012
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(Image Source: The New York Times) BY DAVID EARL ANCHOR CHRISTINA HARTMAN You couldn’t talk about politics during the 2010 election without mentioning tea. The grassroots Tea Party movement claimed candidates … who won elections, and even created their own caucuses in Congress. But, as the 2012 cycle heats up, has the tea gone cold? NPR has reflections from a New York Times reporter. “The Tea Party was always going to be a phenomenon of a midterm elections ... and when you have smaller voter turnout a group like the Tea Party can have more of an influence.” The headlines agree. The Tea Party hasn’t been as big a force this election cycle. But don’t tell that to Rick Santelli. The man who some credit with the start of the Tea Party movement after a TV rant … has another rant ready … this time for CNBC. “While the vandals are on the street corners, the Tea Party Conservatives? They’re working the state houses, the governorships, the mayorships, the Senate, the House.” So according to Santelli, the Tea Party is largely silent because it did its job. It got its candidates into the halls of power. But the Daily Beast says while there aren’t the massive rallies of 2010, the Tea Party is still a part of the 2012 campaign conversation. “...while the Tea Parties may not be dictating who the candidate is this year, they certainly have dictated the issues the candidates are talking about and what they are saying, particularly in the area of fiscal restraint, free-market capitalism, and the virtues of the Tea Party’s favorite historical document, the U.S. Constitution.” And the Tea Party’s lack of active participation in picking a candidate this election cycle might be on purpose. On the topic of candidates, Tea Party leader Mark Meckler tells the Daily Caller ... “‘Nobody’s thrilled. … I’m not seeing any sort of consensus around any of the candidates because I don’t think anybody’s entirely satisfied,’ he said. Asked to name leaders that tea partiers wished would have run, Meckler mentioned Indiana Rep. Mike Pence, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal, Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.” But a Tea Party member tells WTSP in Tampa the thing about the party is … well … it’s NOT a party. “We’re not a national party, we’re a national movement.”
16 Feb 2012
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20 Feb 2012
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