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Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Tuesday's open line and video Plus, Huckabee lowlight reel; Jermain Taylor heading back to slammer

Posted By on Tue, Jan 20, 2015 at 3:43 PM



Here's your open line and the headline roundup on Mike Huckabee's very bad day. Also:

* HUCKING AND JIVING; In honor of Huckabee's bad show with Jon Stewart, Media Matters has compiled a roundup of some of the Huckster's other bad media moments.

* JERMAIN TO JAIL; A judge has revoked boxer Jermain Taylor's bond on an earlier assault charge following yesterday's arrest. He must surrender to the sheriff in 24 hours. Side note to Taylor's shills in the radio talk world: Yes, Taylor undoubtedly needs help. But they do have help programs in prison, a customary place to send multiple offenders who threaten to kill children and fire a Sig Sauer upside the head of someone who's ticked them off.

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