Jester’s Court — January 11, 2012

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Rick Santorum’s roots in Italy involve a family of “red communists to the core.”

NASA is looking at harnessing microbes as an almost endless power source for the next generation of robotic explorers.

Michelle Obama is angry at being stereotyped as an “angry black woman.”

Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour, on his last day in office, pardoned 193 more convicted criminals.

A Mississippi judge has blocked the release of 21 prisoners out of the 208 that Barbour pardoned.

Rick Santorum wins the blinking contest.

Santorum wants to be a friend to gays.

Rick Perry is using his southern drawl as a way to win votes in South Carolina.

Obama received more write-in votes than Herman Cain in the New Hampshire Republican presidential primary.

“A vote for Romney is a vote for Satan.”

A federal court ruled that Oklahoma’s ban on Islamic law is unconstitutional.

Barack Obama is leading a transformation in American foreign policy.

A former U.S. representative running for Pennsylvania attorney general never took the state bar examination and has not tried a case in the state’s courts.

The head of Russia’s space agency suggested that a dysfunctional satellite may have been damaged by strong radar signals from Alaska.

33 Iranian MPs have been barred from running for reelection for parliament.

Argentina is trying to put economic pressure on the British-controlled Falkland Islands by fishing the ocean for squid before they reach British territory.

A group is suing the U.S. government for the release of the only remaining video of a terrorism suspect being tortured.

Warren Buffet is willing to match dollar for dollar any members of Congress who want to contribute to pay down the federal debt.

A Polish prosecutor shoots himself after giving a press conference.

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