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Broadcast blowhard Keith Olbermann’s countdown has finally come to an end

January 22, 2011

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Broadcast blowhard Keith Olbermann’s countdown has finally come to an end. The liberal lip of MSNBC was unceremoniously dumped by the peacock network last night in a major shakeup that set tongues wagging across the broadcast world. Olbermann, in the middle of a four-year $30 million contract reportedly set to last until 2012, announced that […]

CNN Reporter Put On Watch List After Criticizing TSA

December 3, 2010

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In light of new reports alleging that the TSA is creating a watch list of individuals who criticized the agency as a form of collective punishment, it’s revealing to note that CNN journalist Drew Griffin was also put on a TSA watch list immediately after he filed reports critical of the organization back in 2008. […]

WikiLeaks target: American power

November 29, 2010

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The first victims of the leaked cables released Sunday are anyone who shared secrets with American diplomats, especially Arab leaders who saw their private security deals — and their insistence that those deals be kept from their people — published online with undiplomatic bluntness. But the main effect of the many details of American diplomacy revealed in […]

Julian Assange is teasing Barack Obama over drip, drip Wikileaks releases

November 29, 2010

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After all the ballyhoo before the fact, the Wikileaks revelations thus far are pretty underwhelming. Although we’ve been seeing figures like 2.7 million and 251,287 for the number of documents released, so far there have been, er, 220 posted on the Wikileaks site. The rest of the 250,000 have it seems, been given to the […]

Did North Korea Launch Mystery Missile?

November 10, 2010

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A missile launched off the California coast Tuesday afternoon may have been launched by Communist dictatorship North Korea as a show of strength ahead of the G20 Summit scheduled to be held in South Korea tomorrow. The missile was filmed by a helicopter owned by local television news outlet KCBS News at about 5pm Pacific […]

Obama’s Childhood Keeps Getting Weirder and Weirder

November 10, 2010

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President Obama dedicated his book Dreams From My Father to a man who abandoned him.  Barack Obama Sr., a Harvard-educated Kenyan economist, held many of the same  ideological prejudices as his son. An alcoholic womanizer he was also described as ‘self-involved and egotistical.” Then there was his flower-child, “free spirited“, socialist leaning mother, Stanley Ann […]

Lou Dobbs Hired by Fox Business After Leaving CNN Last Year

November 10, 2010

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Lou Dobbs, the former CNN anchor who quit last November after 27 years with the cable-news network, is joining News Corp.’s Fox Business Network to start his own show. Dobbs, 65, will develop and host a daily show that will start in the first quarter, New York-based Fox Business said today in a statement. He […]