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February 2011
Former Reagan Administration Paul Craig Roberts stated in a interview with RT News that there is a concerted effort to shut Julian Assange, the founder of WikiLeaks, up and that if the legal attempt fails, he’ll be assassinated by a CIA assassination team. Roberts explains to the anchorwoman. “There is a concerted effort to nail...
This is an incredible display of bravery by Seattle’s KOMO4 reporter Shomari Stone. While doing a report at Pike Place’s Victor Steinbrueck Park a fight broke out. What did the reporter do? Naturally he stepped in and diffused the situation. What makes this a bit more impressive is that the man he helped rescue has...
You have to hand it to news aggregator Digg.com. The site is making solid attempts at bringing community back by introducing new features on the site’s front page. The efforts are commendable, but Digg has to be careful it doesn’t trip over its own feet. In the past several days, engineers at Digg rolled out...
With errors like this I always wonder if the networks are just doing them on purpose. They seem way too obvious to miss…yet it happens all the time. You would think they would have someone overseeing that this doesn’t take place. I’m not sure if this recipe was handed down from her momma, but it’s...
As if we didn’t already know that everyone, and now everyone and their mom, grandma and uncle too, are on the ever growing Facebook. If you want to know the numbers behind it all, check out this fantastic video that shows just how obsessed we all are with it.   The World Is Obsessed With...
Courage to Resist, the support group set up for raising funds in support of U.S. Army Pfc. Bradley Manning (the man behind a large number of the recent WikiLeaks documents), has been closed down. “We’ve been in discussions with PayPal for weeks, and by their own admission there’s no legal obligation for them to close...
Kevin Smith has always been on the somewhat forefront of social media and advertising. I’m not sure that’s the best way to put it…more like he uses unconventional means to get his message across. I’m sure you all remember the whole Southwest debacle that he took to Twitter and his blog. And if you haven’t...
This is all getting a little scary if you ask me. Governments being able to turn off the internet like a light switch in the bathroom…all willy nilly. It’s a bit too 1984 if you ask me. This graph is from last week, and they’re back up now, but it is still very frightening that...
I’m sure you remember the whole Zach Anner/Oprah debacle. Well he recently got to sit down again with her on her new show and channel. The interview begins with Oprah asking him a few questions but towards the end, he flips the switch and digs into her a little. I love the look on her...
Ouch! That’s quite a zing this anchorwoman delivers to her co-host. Pretty quick and witty if you ask me. I love to see awkward moments like this on live TV. Matter of fact, things like this make we watch more than the news itself. Apparently Natarsha Belling of Australia’s TEN News doesn’t like her work...
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