Monday, June 30, 2008

HBO Film: Hacking Democracy Diebold/Global Voting Solutions

How can we have a democracy if we cannot secure our voting system? This full length movie examines how we count our votes. They found that it is a very corrupt inacurate system that allows a corrupt system to continue to run. Al Gore in 2002 was defeated but they uncovered a rigging of the system & it was not due to machine failure. Negative votes...

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IRS wants millions hidden in Swiss accounts

The Internal Revenue Service is taking the unprecedented step of seeking Swiss bank records in search of what it suspects could be up to $20 billion worth of assets hidden by U.S. taxpayers.

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CNN: Evangelical Movement Touts 'Jesus for President'

They're spiritual misfits. Rabble-rousers. They packed the shell of the old Baptist church on Negley Avenue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to hear author, monk and fellow misfit Shane Claiborne stump on the campaign trail for a third party candidate, Jesus.

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Sports Legends Greg Norman and Chris Evert Wed

Ex-golfer Greg Norman and tennis legend Chris Evert were married on Saturday in a seaside ceremony held under a veil of tight security on Paradise Island in the Bahamas

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Women prefer men with stubble for love, sex and marriage

Stubble is the way to win the women, a study has shown. Researchers found that women are more attracted to men with stubbly chins than those with clean-shaven faces or full beards.

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Sunday, June 29, 2008

Model dies in fall from New York apartment building

A European Vogue cover model fell to her death from her Manhattan apartment building Saturday in an apparent suicide, published reports said.

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Friday, June 27, 2008

The Internet's Undersea World

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Thursday, June 26, 2008

Woman Defeats RIAA in Lawsuit, Wins $108K Legal Fees

A federal judge is awarding Tanya Andersen, who defeated the Recording Industry Association of America's file sharing lawsuit, $108,000 in legal fees to compensate for defending herself against the RIAA. This marks the second time that a target of the RIAA who beat a lawsuit was awarded attorney's fees.

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Court: A constitutional right to a gun

The Supreme Court strikes down the Washington, D.C. handgun ban.

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Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Heinz ad pushes gay marriage and family

It is the kind of ad which we can expect to see in California as they prepare to vote on homosexual marriage. Homosexual marriage is illegal in England.

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First female four-star U.S. Army general nominated

America's first female four-star general has been nominated to serve as head of the Army's supply arm.

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Monday, June 23, 2008

George Carlin has died

Legendary comedian George Carlin passed away Sunday night at the age of 71. He will be missed, but never forgotten.

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Legal Sea Food's Controversy Looms

Legal Sea Foods news advertising campaign was not accepeted as planned. Turns out much of the advertising campaign on the MBTA insulted the train operators. Robert Berkowitz has since offered a fishy appology.

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Sunday, June 22, 2008

Flat abs fast!:

5 minutes a day to long lasting results

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Dem. calls for impeachment at McClellan testimony

The vice president's own hand betrays him, and implicates the President of the United States," said Congressman Robert Wexler (D-FL). "These facts in your testimony, Mr. McClellan, are more than enough, in my view, to open up impeachment hearings. ... Thank you, Mr. McClellan, for exposing some of the lies that were propagated by this White House.

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Saturday, June 21, 2008

Inside the Black Budget

In patches decorated with rockets, bombs and dragons, a photographer and author, Trevor Paglen, finds a coded guide to a secret world of military research.

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Photographer Documents Secret Satellites — All 189 of Them

His shots of 189 secret spy satellites are the subject of a new exhibit -- despite the fact that, officially speaking, the satellites don't exist. The Other Night Sky, on display at the University of California at Berkeley Art Museum through September 14, is only a small selection from the 1,500 astrophotographs Paglen has taken thus far.

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NBA to Donaghy: Pay for your shoes

The NBA is so angry at disgraced referee Tim Donaghy that it wants him to reimburse the league for the cost of his basketball shoes.Donaghy, who pleaded guilty last year to taking payoffs from gamblers.

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Friday, June 20, 2008

George Bush Doesn't Care About White People

The Daily Show tackles Bush's Katrina-speed response to the Midwest floods.

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Pregnancy Boom at Gloucester High - TIME

As summer vacation begins, 17 girls at Gloucester High School are expecting babies—more than four times the number of pregnancies the 1,200-student school had last year.

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Sunday, June 15, 2008

In 2050, your lover may be a ... robot

Romantic human-robot relationships are no longer the stuff of science fiction -- researchers expect them to become reality within four decades.

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Saturday, June 14, 2008

Why Oil Price Is High - Fed Printed Way Too Many Dollars

The two biggest factors in oil’s high price are the weakness in the U.S. dollar’s exchange value and the liquidity that the Federal Reserve is pumping out. In an effort to forestall a serious recession and further crises in derivative instruments, the Federal Reserve is pouring out liquidity that is financing speculation in oil futures contracts.

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She was 82. He was 95. And then they started having sex.

She was 82. He was 95. They had dementia. They fell in love. And then they started having sex.

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Friday, June 13, 2008

Thursday, June 12, 2008

The Terrifying Truth about Komodo Dragons

Rinca Island in Indonesia - This Komodo dragon-infested spot is where three British divers who got caught in a rip tide washed up last week. Far from being "misunderstood" reptiles who only "occasionally" attack humans, the Rinca dragons engage in what must be the vilest animal practices ever witnessed by man.

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Bug in Mouth Brings Out the Street in Reporter

During a broadcast a bug flies into this reporters mouth and really brings out his street side. A cross between "We'll do it live!" and "Don't taze me bro!"

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Doorman wins $5 Million in scratch off NY lotto ticket!

A beloved Park Avenue doorman who won $5 million in the state lottery wants to move on up - and into the elegant, pre-war building where he works.That way, "I'll have the doorman open the door for me," says Richie Randazzo, 44, a bachelor who lives in a two-story home in Brooklyn.

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Fox News Calls Michelle "Obama's Baby Mama"

An alert reader wrote in just a little while ago to let us know about something he'd spotted on Fox News Wednesday afternoon. During a segment discussing conservative attacks against Michelle Obama, the wife of presumptive Democratic nominee Barack Obama, the network described the former as "Obama's baby mama."

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Five symptoms men shouldn't ignore

Ask doctors if their male patients ignore big and obvious health symptoms, and they'll respond with laughter -- huge peals and guffaws.

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Countdown: The Impeachment Of George W. Bush

Jonathan Turley joined Keith to commend Kucinich and his impeachment bill, which is now co-sponsored by Rep. Robert Wexler. While Turley says there are numerous crimes for which Bush could easily be impeached, the President’s greatest ally has been the Democratic Congress who have skirted their constitutional duties and consistently give him a pass

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Alert: Impeach Bush - Contact Your Congress Person

Representative Dennis Kucinich introduced a resolution to impeach George Bush on the House floor on June 9th, 2008. It was raised as a "question of privilege" so that it took priority over other business. It is expected that the resolution will be reread by the House Clerk today (6/10) and a vote will be held tomorrow on (6/11).

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Tuesday, June 10, 2008

McCain thinks Putin was the President of Germany

In his own words. While Putin was still president of Russia, John McCain, running on his foreign policy and military credentials shows off his knowledge on a press conference.

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Kucinich presents 35 articles of impeachment against Bush

An Ohio Democratic lawmaker and former presidential candidate has presented articles of impeachment against President George W. Bush to Congress. Thirty-five articles were presented by Kucinich to the House of Representatives late Monday evening, airing live on CSPAN...

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Saturday, June 7, 2008

Judge Sets Trial Date for Christie Brinkley Divorce Case

Christie Brinkley and her estranged husband Peter Cook will resolve their contentious divorce through a trial beginning July 2, a Long Island judge ruled Tuesday.

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Friday, June 6, 2008

Viagra might help cyclists cheat

Scientists at the University of Miami are studying whether sildenafil citrate can improve the speed of cyclists riding at altitude. The World Anti-Doping Agency is funding the two-year project to determine if Viagra should be added to the list of banned drugs in sports, joining steroids, human growth hormone and EPO.

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Thursday, June 5, 2008

The Price Is Wrong

Congratulations Kim! You lost again! Nope, stay there! Because you just won...the chance to sit down! Seriously, sit down.

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Air Force officials ousted over nuclear gaffes

The top military and civilian leaders of the U.S. Air Force were forced out Thursday over the handling of nuclear weapons, the Defense Department secretary said.

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NYPD Helicopter Views Faces from Miles Away

An ubertech "birdy bird," as Fox News is calling it, is flying over the skies of Manhattan allowing police to see and recognize a face from two miles away, peer inside a building from three to four miles away, and track a suspect car from 12 miles away.

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Black presidents nothing new to Hollywood

Voters? will determine if America is ready for a black president come November, but Hollywood, often ahead of the national curve, made up its mind about the issue ages ago.

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Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Obama crosses historic milestone

In less than a year, Barack Obama went from being an obscure, first-term U.S. senator to the projected Democratic presidential nominee.

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Actress named in Clinton article wants retraction

Actress Gina Gershon is demanding a retraction from Vanity Fair after the magazine reported "high-end Hollywood dinner-party gossip" that former President Clinton "has been seen visiting" her in California.

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Monday, June 2, 2008

2012: The Year The Internet Ends

How the industry will kill the Internet in about 4 years from now.

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Congratulations George/Our sincere apology


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Sunday, June 1, 2008

Site tells what people think of your looks

If you look at yourself in the mirror and see Brad Pitt or Heidi Klum staring back at you, Facestat is not for you.

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