Anyone airing even a minor portion of those tapes needs to seriously think about whether they provide any new insights or information in the case, because if they don’t there’s zero reason for anybody in the public sphere to ever hear them. Screw the nonsense piety about the people’s right to know — this is basic human decency and it should be abided by above all else.
- 911 tapes rarely have any news value.
- The suffering the Sandy Hook tapes will cause the families of the victims should be given consideration, maybe above all else.
In Michigan, Republican lawmakers have devised a particularly insidious piece of legislation that would ban primary insurance policies from covering abortions — even abortions as the result of rape or incest. That’s right, in addition to being raped, a woman could potentially have to pay thousands of dollars out of pocket to terminate.
Barack Obama is a mainstream, center-left Democratic president. On the key issues of the day, there isn’t a whole lot of daylight between Obama, President Bill Clinton, former Vice President Al Gore, Hillary Clinton or John Kerry. There are slight quibbles here and there and the glaring issue of the Iraq War, but besides that… Read More
Who first put it out there that Paul Walker was likely killed by a drone strike? I think we may have found out. It looks like it came from a guy who, as it turns out, is an archenemy of Alex Jones, perhaps because when it comes to being a batshit-crazy paranoiac he makes Jones look like the benchwarmer for the Our Lady of Perpetual Help girls basketball team to his D-Wade.
Tancred Dickens, a Washington DC resident, installed Verizon Fios in his home last month, and to his dismay, got no internet access for nine days despite numerous hours spent on the customer service hotline, speaking to tech specialists and multiple visits from servicemen. In a last ditched attempt to get online, Dickens wrote a hilarious email to the President of Verizon Fios that amazingly resulted in a personal email from Fios President Bob Mudge and fixed internet.
On Tuesday, Erik Rush posted a column titled “It is Time… to Revolt Against a Tyrant.” In it, Rush, for the umpteenth time, accused the president of treason because [insert kooky far-right word salad here.] Then he called for the president and most of Congress to be “neutralized… by any means necessary.”
This past Saturday marked the 58th anniversary of Rosa Parks refusing to give up her seat which was the incident that sparked the Montgomery bus boycott. So in deference to proper social decorum, and decency the RNC tweeted the following: “Today we remember Rosa Parks’ bold stand and her role in ending racism.”
A video has surfaced showing the 6ft 7 WBC heavyweight boxing titleholder Vitali Klitschko using a megaphone to quiet angry crowd members who were demanding the resignation of president Viktor Yanukovich in Kiev over the weekend. Clearly in awe of the legendary fighter the crowd incredibly backed up.
It turns out that TIME changes the cover of their U.S. edition from what the rest of the world sees. Recently, their other 3 markets, Europe/Middle East, Asia, and the South Pacific, all saw a stark image of the President with the ominous title “Obama’s Iran Gamble, ” while we here in America saw a hunter-friendly cover of a deer with the words “America’s Pest Problem” above it.
A post appeared on his InfoWars.com website in which one of Jones’ staffers debunked the fledgling conspiracy theory that actor Paul Walker’s car exploded due to a drone strike. Yes, there’s really a conspiracy theory that Walker was killed by a drone. Walker Truthers exist, and Alex Jones disapproves.
California Republicans — specifically, members of the general assembly — sent out mailers to their constituents informing them about the state exchange website, known as Covered California. Only, instead of sending voters to the actual Covered California exchange website, CoveredCA.com, the mailers direct Californians to go to CoveringHealthCareCA.com, which is most definitely not the California exchange.