Monday edition - October 4, 2010
By Buddy Nevins
When I was an editor in Miami, my staff ended up
covering Rick Sanchez a lot. He was not your average talking head on TV, but
a guy who got in an unusual amount of trouble.
Jon Stewart is having the last laugh over Rick Sanchez's bizarre meltdown.
Rick Sanchez is no longer with CNN after making disparaging comments about Jon Stewart...
By Don Davis
Japan issued a travel alert
for Europe on Monday, joining the United States and Britain in warning of a
possible terrorist attack by al-Qaida or other groups,
but tourists appeared to be taking the mounting warnings in stride.
Fox News Lawsuit
Fox News Network objected Friday that it wasn't given an opportunity to comment on a discrimination lawsuit filed against the network by the federal government before The Associated Press published its initial story on the federal action.
"Republican Senator Tom Coburn said
yesterday that Christine O'Donnell, if elected, will be able to combat the
stupidity in Washington. So I guess they're going to fight fire with fire."
Donald Duck Meets Glenn Beck in Right Wing Radio Duck
Weird Politics in Nevada
A third-party candidate running on the Tea Party of
Nevada ticket suggested that he’s willing to drop out of the Nevada U.S. Senate
race to help GOP candidate Sharron Angle
if he receives an apology from the Tea Party Express, an organization that
ran commercials earlier this year calling him a fraud.
"The wife of Republican New York
gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino said she accepts that her husband had an
affair, that he has a mistress, and the mistress had his baby. He actually
convinced her this is no big deal. Guys, let me tell you this, don't try this at
home. This guy is a lawyer, a real estate developer, and a politician. That is
the trifecta of professional liars." –Jay Leno
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New CNN Talk Show
During a rehearsal for his CNN prime-time
show that bows Monday, former New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer talks about how the
country's politics are driven by the small percentage of Americans on each
ideological extreme. The majority in the middle often go unheard...."We've
always believed that both O'Reilly and Olbermann are really good shows," he
said. "Look at the numbers and what they do. We're not out to criticize or
diminish them. The question is, is there room for something different?"
CNN will soon find out. The show that teams Spitzer with Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Kathleen Parker lands in cable news' most unforgiving time slot (8 p.m. ET).
"Yesterday President Obama told voters
that he's a Christian. But you see how Fox News reported it? They said Obama
admits he's a follower of the bearded radical from the Middle East." –Jay
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"BP announced earlier today that they
have created a new Safety Division for offshore drilling. In related news,
General Custer has just hired a lookout." –David Letterman
"Goldman Sachs has a new ad to show
what the company does. Isn't that what the recession was for?" –Jimmy Fallon
I wonder what Dick Cheney does with all this free time on his hands?
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