Monthly Archives: November 2008

One of My Nominations of Time Magazine’s “Person of the Year”

I’m almost certain that Time Magazine will pick Barack Obama for Person of the Year. However, I wish the magazine would go out of their way and choose everyday heroes who have done amazingly selfless acts we never hear about. … Continue reading

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You’re Gonna Die! (and Bush/Cheney had nothing to do with it!)

That looks like the latest message from the ridiculous Fox News ad that Newshounds found. With its quick flickering very dark images and rave music (yeah, the 60+ demographic that is O’Reilly’s is gonna love that), Fox News will keep … Continue reading

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Joe the Plummer Delves into Extreme Fame-Whoredom

Wow, what seismic degree of pathetic does this register? Joe the “Plummer” is now pushing DTV converter boxes using politics and the excuse of “public safety” as a way to sell this stuff.  Gee, I guess using fear was so … Continue reading

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Alan Keyes is an Addict

Keyes is addicted to losing. That must be the explanation for his new ridiculous lawsuit challenging Obama’s citizenship.  Apparently, the birth certificate released from Hawaii doesn’t satisfy those who’ve snapped their twigs years ago. If you don’t remember, Keyes ran … Continue reading

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RIP Rudy Ray Moore

This is what happens when you’re paying more attention to the election than pop culture: you don’t realize “Dolemite” Rudy Ray Moore passed on from complications of diabetes on October 19.  Easily the most outrageous of all heroes of blaxploitation … Continue reading

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A Whole Lotta Hurt

That’s what The Mormon Church bought themselves by pouring money into Prop 8. They’re starting to feel it now.

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Prop 8 Protest: Pictures from Chicago

Given the short amount of time to mount a protest against the passage of anti-gay marriage referenda, Saturday’s nationwide protest was a big success. Here in Chicago, we had 2000 people coming out on a cold, wintry day to gather … Continue reading

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