Tuesday edition - October 12, 2010
Columbus' Forgotten Patron
Before Byron Williams engaged in a shoot-out with California Highway Patrolmen in July, he watched Fox News' Glenn Beck, listened to conservative radio host Michael Savage, and got news and information from Alex Jones' InfoWars.com and several fringe, right-wing websites.
Last month, Fox News filed an unprecedented lawsuit against Democratic senatorial candidate Robin Carnahan, claiming she violated its copyright by using a Fox News clip in a campaign commercial against her challenger.
Christine O’Donnell’s new ad says she didn’t go to Yale, like her opponent. I don’t think she really needs to tell us that. - Jay Leno
Hollywood Liberal to Inform the Kenyan on Sudan
Hollywood heartthrob George Clooney will give US President Barack Obama a briefing later Tuesday on his recent trip to Sudan, which gave voice to his fears of renewed war as a referendum vote looms.
No Need To Ask Anymore
A federal judge issued a
worldwide injunction Tuesday stopping enforcement of the "don't ask, don't tell"
ending the military's 17-year-old ban on openly gay troops.
Helen Thomas On Being Anti-Semitic: Baloney
In a radio interview, former
White House correspondent Helen Thomas acknowledges she touched a nerve with
remarks about Israel that led to her retirement. But she says the comments were
"exactly what I thought," even though she realized soon afterward that it was
the end of her job.
"I hit the third rail. You cannot criticize Israel in this country and survive,"
Paladino criticized his opponent for marching in a gay pride parade. I guess
he’s planning on decorating the governor’s mansion himself. - Jimmy Kimmel
GOP Strategy: Don't Ask Because They Won't Tell
MSNBC host Lawrence
O'Donnell's ability to finesse a headline from a combative or indifferent guest
has won attention (not all good) for his new show, The Last Word. But when
O'Donnell hosted Rep. Ron Paul, the libertarian icon wasn't about to walk into a
line of questioning that he wasn't prepared for. When the host cued up a clip of
Paul's candidate son Rand's commenting "we have too many people that go and stay
for a career" in Congress, the elder Paul testily responded that the question
broke a pre-show agreement that "other candidates"
were not to be discussed.
Prize in the fiction category went to Christine O’Donnell’s resume.
- David Letterman
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Continuing GOP Strategy: Don't Ask Because They Won't Tell
Alaska's Republican nominee for U.S. Senate, informed the media Monday that
he will not answer a single personal question until the election is over.
US Chamber of Commerce Versus Obama
The White House intensified its attacks Sunday on the powerful U.S. Chamber of Commerce for its alleged ties to foreign donors, part of an escalating Democratic effort to link Republicans with corporate and overseas
The CEO of
Google says that cars should be able to drive themselves, which may lead to a
new level of drunkenness in America.- Jimmy Kimmel
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Corporations are using money saved by firing employees for exec bonuses. Next they'll buy the children of the unemployed and use them for servant feed. - Will Durst
Good Enough For The Nobel Prize But Not For Republicans
Peter Diamond's research on
unemployment is good enough to earn him the Nobel Prize in economics — but not
to get him on the Federal Reserve....President Barack Obama nominated Diamond to
the Fed in late April. But Senate
Republicans have blocked his nomination, questioning his practical experience,
as well as the conclusions of his research.
O'Donnell is blaming the liberal media, but you know what, Christine, I just
showed clips of you opening your mouth and crazy s**t coming out. If you want to
blame someone, honey, look at your reflection in your cauldron." –Bill Maher
Pope Benedict XVI formally created a new Vatican office Tuesday to revive Christianity in Europe, his latest attempt to counter secular trends in traditionally Christian countries.
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