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Charles Johnson Attacks A Dead Man (And It's Not Breitbart)

Something flew up Charles Johnson’s HooHah recently that got him to post a series of Tweets attacking the late Michael Crichton. Unfortunately, Mr. Crichton isn’t around to defend himself, so he’s an easy target for Mr. 235 more words

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#PhilTalksWebSeries Interview with After Pluto's Lane Allison & Sara Lafferty

For most individuals, they’ve heard or been asked this particular question at least once in their lives, “Could things get any worse?” Well, for the main character in… 1,853 more words

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An American Brother

Cheese, I say to George A., borrowing the camera.

So, you see, he’s happy when I snap him and sticking it to the cameraman a little. 467 more words


John Mayer Explains To Charlie Rose Why He's So Careful About Discussing Katy Perry

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John Mayer has been on something of a press blitz on the lead up to his new album, The Search For Everything… 449 more words

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Mainstream Media facing bankruptcy outsources pundit work

With the mainstream media facing intellectual bankruptcy, a major player outsources intellectual commentary to an Aussie.  Media darling Charlie Rose chose former Aussie Prime Minister Kevin Rudd to make sense of it all. 13 more words

Chelsea Clinton On Russia Investigation "Americans Deserve An Answer"

Chelsea Clinton is doing her best to keep the Clinton name in the headlines. In an appearance on CBS this Morning she was asked about the Investigation on Russian meddling to which she said: “Americans deserve an answer.” When pushed on whether Russia caused her mother to lose the election, Clinton was forced to decline to answer and instead just said: “I don’t know.” It’s actually telling that she won’t commit to an answer there. 85 more words


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What’s happening, what’s on and what’s interesting this week …

In 1843, the 12-year-old King Edward V and his younger brother were put in the Tower of London by their uncle, Richard. 332 more words

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