Monday edition - December 6, 2010
all, these disconnected "blue bloods" had nothing in their backgrounds that
could ever make them understand "real America" like a former governor from
Alaska who quit in the middle of her first term and then got rich.
There are perils in picking a fight with a dead
man. Just ask Sarah Palin.
Gosselin is not a happy camper.
Scarborough is just jealous of Sarah. But I do love to see Republicans attack each other. I wonder why Sarah hasn't tweeted about Joe's criticism of her?
to health officials, teenagers have started smoking nutmeg to get high. Is this
recession bad or what? - Conan
According to Wikileaks, Pakistan isn't trustworthy and Iran wants to go nuclear. Wow. The next big disclosure has to do with Willie Nelson and pot.- Will Durst
more pessimistic about the direction of their country,
less confident in the ability of the United States and its allies to provide
security and more willing to negotiate with the Taliban than they were a year
ago, a poll conducted in all of Afghanistan's 34 provinces showed.
Obama offered up an olive branch and the incoming GOP leadership stripped it and used it as a spit to rotisserie a lame duck.- Will Durst
Being Helen Thomas
to former White House correspondent Helen Thomas’s latest anti-Jewish comments,
the Anti-Defamation League is
calling on all journalism schools and professional organizations to rescind the
honors they have granted her.
If you can
vote for Bush one year, then the next election for Obama and then go back to
John Boehner; you’re not Independent, you’re schizophrenic.
- Bill Maher
Who Will Cave?
officials and Congressional Republicans said Sunday they were
in on a deal to temporarily continue the Bush-era tax cuts at all income levels,
while bitterly frustrated Democratic Congressional leaders began exploring
whether they would have the votes for such a package.
Cooper did a show this week from inside that half-mile long drug smuggling
tunnel between San Diego and Mexico. It's quite an amazing tunnel. It has
lighting, ventilation, a rail car, a Starbucks..." –Jimmy Kimmel
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For the fourth year in a row, New York’s LaGuardia Airport was voted the nation’s worst airport. It is so undermanned, passengers have to fondle themselves.- Jay Leno
Boehner, you’ve got to stop crying. For one, your tan is going to run. And also,
what’s he going to do if he loses next time, put on a Bjork record and cut
- Bill Maher
The founder of
WikiLeaks has warned that his supporters are primed to publish a 'deluge' of
leaked government documents should his activities be curtailed by any country.
Julian Assange has distributed to fellow hackers an encrypted 'poison pill' of damaging secrets, thought to include details on BP and Guantanamo Bay.
He believes the file is his 'insurance' in case he is killed, arrested or the whistleblowing website is removed permanently from the internet.
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In this photo taken on Dec. 2, 2010, Albert Carver, looks at a 50-foot-tall Christmas tree made of lobster traps on Beals Island, Maine. Some of the top lobster-fishing ports in New England are claiming bragging rights about who has the biggest and best Christmas tree created from lobster traps. The groups that put up the trees say they draw attention to the ports' maritime heritage, bring people together and raise money for good causes. The tree in Beals helps raises money for the Beals-Jonesport Fourth of July festivities and the one in Gloucester benefits a nonprofit devoted to the arts. Photo/Robert F. Bukaty
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