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Giant meteor headed towards Earth, GOP not falling for it

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Mauna Kea Observatories, Hawaii — Astronomers from around the world are trying to get the word out that a giant meteor is heading directly towards the earth, but the government shutdown in the United States is severely limiting further research and exploration of potential solutions.

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Sanford firms Weiner’s election ambitions

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Disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner is drawing inspiration from disgraced former Governor Mark Sanford’s recent election to Congress in announcing his run for mayor of New York City.

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Mark Sanford rescinds call for more debates with Elizabeth Colbert Bush

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Following his widely panned debate performance against Democrat Elizabeth Colbert Busch, former South Carolina governor Mark Sanford is backing away from his plea for more debates.

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Sanford explains other unauthorized visits to ex-wife’s house

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Following what he described in a full-page newspaper ad as a “rough week,” former South Carolina governor and current Congressional candidate Mark Sanford has decided to come forward to explain all of the alleged trespassing incidents at his ex-wife Jenny’s house.

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Joe Wilson forms “Angry Bird” caucus in Congress

Washington – There’s a new air of cooperation in the Capitol this week but that isn’t stopping some of the more vocal members from banding together to form their own caucus.

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The 2010 Discusties: Person of the Year countdown #2 Alvin Greene

This time last year, Chad McGowan and Mike Ruckes were the Democrats running against Jim DeMint for his seat in the Senate. When they didn’t seem serious, Vic Rawl jumped in and looked to be a shoe-in for the nomination. Enter Alvin.

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The 2010 Discusties: Person of the Year countdown #3 Jim DeMint

The conventional wisdom is that a first-term U.S. Senator would need to spend a lot of time in the state campaigning for re-election, but the conventional wisdom rarely applies to South Carolina politics.

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DeMint launches hunger strike to combat Obama health care proposal

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Washington, DC – South Carolina Senator Jim DeMint entered the second day of his hunger strike on Tuesday, and vowed not eat again until President Obama’s health care proposal is defeated.

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