Leftovers - January 11, 2012
Outgoing Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour controversially grants 193 full pardons on his last day.
Rep. Diane Black makes the "best self-refuting argument ever" on recent recess appointments.
The Supreme Court rules anti-discrimination laws don't apply to some staff of religious organizations.
Rick Santorum says Gov. Rick Perry is the real insider.
Newt Gingrich warns of "anti-Christian bigotry" and "a speech dictatorship...against Christianity."
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker may have violated state campaign finance laws over 1,000 times.
Rep. Ron Paul believes his appeal has expanded beyond "a tireless irate minority."
Gingrich's latest ad attacks Romney for leaving the family dog on the roof of his car: