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It’s Friday and that means your weekend is finally staring you right in the face. Here are a couple of headlines and internet goodies to pass the time until you can make your escape:
As with all cases involving sexual abuse, particularly the sexual abuse of a minor, those of us commenting on it will have to choose our words carefully until the truth comes out. If it ever does.
Cenk Uygur Just Took $4-Million from a Conservative Source (but He’s Still a Better Liberal Than You)
A group headed by former Republican presidential candidate Buddy Roemer just inked a deal to provide $4-million in seed money to The Young Turks. Roemer is anti-choice, anti-gay marriage, anti-Obamacare and pro-torture, but hey, at least he wants to get money out of politics, which is enough for Cenk to think he’s a-okay.
Here’s the tragic irony of Miller’s act of vengeance for the perceived sins committed against his people: He didn’t kill any Jews. Every person Frazier Glenn Miller shot down in cold blood was a Christian.
As soon as Cliven Bundy squared off against the big, bad Bureau of Land Management — instantly becoming a folk hero to idiots who romanticize the notion of armed insurrection against the federal government, seeing it, ironically, as an act of patriotism — you knew it was only a matter of time before either Fox News or RT consulted the legislative Patient Zero of this whole movement. And so it is that Ron Paul’s recent appearance on Neil Cavuto has begun making the rounds, with Paul issuing dire warnings of another showdown between Bundy and the feds that’s surely on the horizon.
If you’ve been paying attention to Twitter at all over the past hour you’re aware that somebody at U.S. Airways is getting fired today.
Every time we start thinking we’ve seen or heard the worst thing possible from Fox News, something even worse comes along. It’s almost unimaginable that words like these would come out of the mouth of a correspondent for a national news organization.
Happy Monday. Let’s give you a few headlines and other assorted internet goodies to pass the time and make you forget that you’re back at work.
In an op-ed in yesterday’s Chicago Sun-Times, Jenny McCarthy comes right out and says, “I am not ‘anti-vaccine.’” She then attempts to clarify her position, one she claims has been falsely represented in various stories attacking her. Unfortunately, what she writes is complete bullshit.
You knew Suey Park’s response to the news about Stephen Colbert would be good. You didn’t know it would be this good.
It won’t surprise anyone to learn that Ben Shapiro is behind the most ludicrous — and ludicrously pseudo-intellectual — of the freaked-out responses from the right to Stephen Colbert’s ascendance to the stage of CBS’s Late Show.
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Friday’s finally here and it’s almost time to trample some of your coworkers on your way to the exit. Here’s a small dose of internet goodness to pass the time until you can make your escape.
As part of CNN chief Jeff Zucker’s continuing mission to “broaden the definition of news” until it’s not actually news anymore, CNN has announced that three new — though not really very new — faces will be joining the network’s lineup.