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16 Sep 2009
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Cenk Uygur breaks down a Politico article that shows the right wing is trying to take down Sarah Palin before the 2012 Republican primaries, including a Weekly Standard writer that said she was "becoming Al Sharpton, Alaska edition".
18 Mar 2011
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WHY NOT??? Shakespeare's "McBeth" gives us as good an insight as any into the excesses blind ambition will cause a man to committ. McBeth and McBush share many qualities: Ambition to have absolute power. Willingness to say or do anything to get power. A beautiful and calculating woman to set the dark forces in their diabolical motion...McBush/McBeth/McDeath... By Gary Corseri and William Shakespeare 5/3/07 Cast of Characters: LADY LIBERTY played by herself PAX played by himself JUSTICE played by himself McBUSH played by John McCain LADY McBush (McBush's wife) played by Joe Lieberman 3 WITCHES played by Meghan McCain, Heidi Montag, Ann Coulter FIRE HYDRANT played by Phil Gramm 2 ROTTWEILERS played by George Will & Charlie Black ATTENDANTS played by Sean Hannity & Rush Limbaugh, main stream media pundits and various sycophants ACT 1 Scene 1: Thunder and lightning. Enter three Witches. Meghan: When shall we three meet again? Heidi: When the hurlyburly's done. When the battle's lost and won. Coulter: Fair is foul, and foul is fair: Hover through the fog and filthy air. Enter McBush and Pax. McBush: So foul and fair a day I have not seen! Pax: (Noticing the Witches--) What are these, so withered and so wild in their attire, That look not like the inhabitants of the earth? You should be women, and yet your beards Forbid me to interpret that you are. Coulter: All hail McBush, that shalt be Prez hereafter! McBush: If the Court will have me Prez why, the Court may crown me! Stars, hide your fires! Let not light see My dark and deep desires! Exeunt Scene 2: Enter McBush's Wife alone, with a letter. Lady McBush: (reading--) "They met me in the day of success; and I have learned ... they have more in them than mortal knowledge ... my dearest partner ... what greatness is promised thee! Lay it to thy heart, and farewell." (to herself--) Hie thee hither! That I may pour my spirits in thine ear! Come to my woman's breasts—and take my milk for gall! (To Be Continued)
10 Dec 2008
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15 Jan 2009
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20 Jan 2009
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Herbst 1962. George Falconer (Colin Firth) erhält einen Anruf, der sein Leben schlagartig auf den Kopf stellt: Sein Partner Jim (Matthew Goode) ist bei einem Autounfall ums Leben gekommen. George will zur Beerdigung, wird aber von der Familie des Verstorbenen abgewiesen. Diese hat offenbar ein Problem mit dem homosexuellen Dasein ihres verstorbenen Sohnes. Ein harter Schlag für den 52-jährigen Professor, der über 16 Jahre mit Jim zusammen war. George sucht einen Sinn in seinem Dasein, einen plausiblen Grund, um sein Leben auch ohne Jim weiterzuführen. Trost findet er in seiner besten Freundin Charley (Julianne Moore). Aber ob die ihm auch wirklich über den tragischen Tod seiner grossen Liebe hinweghelfen kann?
11 Apr 2010
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George Clooney's girlfriend, Elisabetta Canalis, says she and George will never have babies.
20 Feb 2011
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BY MALLORY PERRYMAN You're watching multisource politics news analysis from Newsy This Sunday….the secretaries are sent out to talk about Libya. Why the U.S. is there- and when it’s getting out. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates tells NBC’s David Gregory- this is a limited mission that’s going according to plan. Robert Gates (U.S. Secretary of Defense): “The President has made it very clear there will be no American troops on the ground in Libya. This eventually is going to have to be settled by the Libyans themselves. Perhaps the UN can mediate or whatever but in terms of the military commitment, the president has put some very strict limitations in terms of what we ware prepared to do.” And sitting on Gates’ right- Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who says the U.S. wasn’t going to opt out when the international community was calling for action. Hillary Clinton (U.S. Secretary of State): “Can you imagine David if we were sitting here and Gaddafi had gotten to Bengazi and in a city of 700,000 people he has massacred tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands had fled over the border destabilizing Egypt. Everybody would be saying, why didn’t the president do something?” The duo also sat down with CBS’ Bob Schieffer on Face the Nation, where Secretary Gates revealed- embattled Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi is doing his best to make the Allies- the bad guys. Robert Gates (U.S. Secretary of Defense): "We have trouble coming up with proof of any civilian casualties that we have been responsible for. But we do have a lot of intelligence reporting about Qaddafi taking the bodies of the people he's killed and putting them at the sites where we've attacked. “ As for what happens next, the secretaries say the U.S. expects coalition forces to take over enforcement of the UN-backed no-fly zone. As for intervening in other revolting nations, Secretary Clinton says- there are a few things that must happen before the U.S. will step in. Here, she’s referring to Syria. Hillary Clinton (U.S. Secretary of State): “If there were a coalition of the international community. If there were the passage of a Security Council resolution. If there were a call by the Arab League. If there was a condemnation that was universal.” On CNN’s State of the Union, Democratic Senator Carl Levin tried to simplify the argument for those in favor of intervention in Libya. Candy Crowley sums it up. Candy Crowley (Host, State of the Union): “You know Africa is full of countries where leaders are slaughtering their people in the hundreds of thousands and we’ve done nothing about that. So the tipping point to you is ‘Well if they ask us to come and the international community supports it, then we’ll go. That’s your… Sen. Carl Levin (D- MI): “That’s key. That’s absolutely critical.” But some Sunday round table members aren’t buying the secretaries’ mission accomplished press circuit. The BBC’s Ted Koppel asks- why Libya? Ted Koppel (The BBC): “The question hasn’t yet been answered as to why it is that Libya of all countries in that region has won the humanitarian defense sweepstakes of 2011.” And ABC’s George Will argues the U.S. is way too optimistic about the chances of democracy in Libya. George Will (ABC): “Our objective now, believe it or not, is to create a vacuum by decapitating the regime by getting rid of Gaddafi, into which we hope in this tribal society that something good will flow.” But on the Meet the Press roundtable, Savannah Guthrie points out, President Obama isn’t thrilled about the situation either. Savannah Guthrie (MSNBC): “The president is obviously not happy with his set of choices. One person told me in a meeting he called this military action in Libya a ‘turd sandwich’ which he was quoting one of his national security aides who likes to use that term.” Finally- while Secretaries Gates and Clinton made their rounds on ABC, CBS, and NBC… Chris Wallace was pretty unhappy they didn’t stop by Fox News…and he let everybody know about it. Chris Wallace (Fox News Sunday): “Despite the fact that we routinely have more viewers than two of those Sunday shows, the Obama team felt no need to explain to the millions of you who watch this program and Fox News why they have sent U.S. servicemen and women into combat. We thought you’d like to know.” Mediaite notes- to be fair- the duo didn’t appear on CNN’s State of the Union either. So far, no on-air complaints from host Candy Crowley. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
5 Apr 2011
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BY MALLORY PERRYMAN ANCHOR MEGAN MURPHY You're watching multisource politics news analysis from Newsy This Sunday....Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner hammers home the dangers of playing chicken with the debt ceiling. And the analysts weigh in...will red and blue compromise to get the budget back in black? On NBC’s Meet the Press and ABC’s This Week, Treasury Secretary Geithner made it clear- using the debt ceiling as a political bargaining chip is like playing with fire. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner: "We’d tip the U.S. economy and the world economy back into recession, depression. It would make the last crisis look like a tame, modest crisis... It would have a permanent devastating damage on our creditworthiness as a country." Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner: "If you allow people to start to doubt whether the United States of America will meet its obligations, that will be catastrophic. And you can't take that risk.” Geithner stressed he thinks both sides realize the gravity of the situation- and they’ll make it work. On CNN’s State of the Union, Tea Party favorite Rand Paul says, a compromise means both sides need to give in a little bit. Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY): "There is a compromise, but the compromise is not to raise taxes. The compromise is for conservatives to admit that the military budget is going to have to be cut... Liberals will have to compromise and will have to cut domestic welfare. The compromise is where we cut not whether to raise taxes." After her interview with Paul, CNN’s Candy Crowley also talked to Democratic Senator Anthony Weiner. Here’s Crowley’s summary of where the two polar opposite senators can find middle ground. Candy Crowley (Host, State of the Union): “Let the record show that they both agreed that bringing down the debt will have to include big cuts at the Defense Department, which is a going some for the Republicans who generally don’t like that idea. So there was a little commonality but after that, not so much.” Analysts on the Sunday shows were split on whether compromise is actually in the cards. Former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm says, she’s hopeful. Frm. Gov. Jennifer Granholm (D-MI): “This week the president gave the parameters on the Democratic side and Congressman Ryan gave the parameters on the Republican side. So now we know what the arena is. They agree that the deficit reduction should be about $4 trillion. They agree that everyone should put entitlements on the table.” And at the This Week roundtable, economist Alice Rivlan echoes that hopeful tone. Alice Rivlin (Brookings Institute): “I have a great deal of hope for the six senators, the so-called ‘Gang of Six’ in the Senate. Three Republicans. Three Democrats. Some very serious folks... They understand and their colleagues and I think a lot of others in the Senate, that we have to come together and reach a compromise.” But ABC’s George Will isn’t convinced. He says- President Obama hasn’t given any real details about his budget plan. George Will (ABC News): “In effect he has not yet presented other than a critique of Paul Ryan’s budget. Now the both parties are clearly making a wager. The Republicans are wagering that the American people mean what they say and that it’s different this time. The president’s party is wagering that they don’t. That they’re still rhetorically conservative but operationally liberal.” Finally- as part of our running tally of who’s in, and who’s out of the 2012 presidential race- business mogul Donald Trump tells CNN’s Candy Crowley, he wishes he didn’t have to run for President- but it’s his patriotic duty. Donald Trump: "I wish I didn't have to do it. I would prefer not doing it. But I love this country. And if you ask me, what are the odds, I'll let you know some time prior to June. But I will tell you, I am giving it serious, serious thought.” But while most of the analysts on the Sunday shows agree Trump probably won’t head up the Republican ticket, Random House’s Jon Meacham sums up what’s driving the Apprentice boss’ candidacy. Jon Meacham (Random House, Executive Editor): “Trump is an emblem of the triumph of the celebrity political culture...Trump is an interesting figure. Like all populist outbreaks, it tells you something about the frustration with both parties.” According to a new survey of Republican primary voters, Mr. Trump is tied with Mike Huckabee as the second most popular potential candidates- both trailing behind front runner Mitt Romney. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
19 Apr 2011
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BY ALYSSA CARTEE ANCHOR ALEX ROZIER You're watching multisource politics news analysis from Newsy This about the take-down of Osama bin Laden. From confidence in President Obama’s decision, to funding the war on terror, to Pakistan’s role in the mission. White House National Security Adviser Tom Donilon was a guest on four of the five Sunday shows. He told Fox News’ Chris Wallace-- the decision to invade the compound was the president’s -- and the president’s alone. Donilon: “At the end of the day, we ask our president to make the decision. It’s the president who’s up in the situation room, stands up, walks across that colonnade by the rose garden, which is a walk you know so very well, into the residence and makes that decision. That's where I focus because he had obviously weighed this through a rigorous process. The decision was on his shoulders.” And that decision earned him some political capital- in fact, Obama’s approval ratings rose above 50% after bin Laden’s death. Former Senior political advisor Anita Dunn says the terrorist take-down could help the president see a second term. Dunn: “I think the economy is the main issue, but I think when people look at the economy and look at challenges in terms of the deficit, they look at the people. Elections are choices between two people, not between two sets of issues. What they see when they see the president is somebody who is an advocate for their interests.” But what’s been good press for the president is bad news for the U.S.’ relationship with Pakistan. One panelist on ABC’s This Week says Americans are suspicious of the nation where Bin Laden was found. Tom Ricks: “I actually think we’re going to have to see a major change in U.S.- Pakistan relations. This game of Charlie Brown and the football that we’ve played with them for decades - I think the jig is up. I don’t think the American people will stand for it. *Flash* I don’t think Congress is going to stand for giving four billion dollars a year to a country that is acting like an enemy.” But Senator Richard Lugar tells CNN’s Candy Crowley- the U.S./Pakistan relationship is too important to throw away. Crowley: “In the end do you see the U.S. going, ‘okay, no more money? You tried to protect Osama bin Laden.’ ” Sen. Richard Lugar : “No, I don't see that at all. As a matter of fact, Pakistan is a critical factor in the war against terror. Our war the world's war against it, simply because there are a lot of terrorists in Pakistan. There are Al Qaeda still. There are many Taliban that go back and forth to Afghanistan.” ABC’s George Will says critical or not, too much money is being spent on the war against Al Qaeda. George Will: “It’s our longest war now, 10 years, longest in our national history. Do the arithmetic. There are 140 thousand coalition forces there. There are, at the top estimate, about 100 Al Qaeda fighters there. That’s 1,400 soldiers at a million dollars per year there. 1.4 billion dollars per Al Qaeda fighter. The arithmetic doesn’t make sense.” Reports say the information that has been recovered from bin Laden’s compound was the single largest intelligence gathering from one person. Senator John Kerry says the information proves bin Laden was not just a symbolic leader. Sen. John Kerry (D-MA): “The information that comes out of it absolutely underscores the degree to which Osama bin Laden was actively running, plotting, organizing, recruiting, engaged in, the entire management of Al Qaeda. This man was not retired. He had not stepped back. He had not receded into the shadows. He was not irrelevant. He was, in fact, the center.” And though most of the Sunday crowd lauded Bin Laden’s death as good news for the U.S., The Washington Post’s Bob Woodward cautions- the war on terror is far from over. Bob Woodward (Washington Post): “Of course this is very good news but very good news is rarely followed by better news. It’s followed by bad news. And things can happen in Arab Spring. In the White House it’s the question - Is it Yemen? Is it Libya? Is it Egypt? Is it Saudi Arabia? All of these places are explosive. Pakistan is still a powder keg of the region.” Pakistan’s U.S. Ambassador tells ABC’s Christiane Amanpour, the Pakistani government is investigating how Bin Laden was able to live in Pakistan undetected. He said quote “head will roll” if it’s discovered that anyone knew anything about Bin Laden’s hideout. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your newsfeed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
10 May 2011
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******* George is a dog with all the best intentions. And his owner, Harry, has all the best hopes that George will be a well-behaved dog when he leaves him alone for the day. But when George spies a delicious cake sitting on the kitchen table, his resolve starts to waver. You see, George loves cake. . . . Uh-oh. What to do now? It's so hard to be a good dog when there are cats to chase and flowers to dig up! What ever will Harry say when he gets back? Chris Haughton's fetchingly funny story and vibrant, retro illustrations are sure to lure dog lovers of all ages - and anyone who has ever met a temptation too good to resist. Bold, hilarious artwork captures the innocent charm of affable George, a dog who is trying to be good - with disastrous results.
2 Mar 2012
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She is recently a single lady and now Stacy Keibler is finally talking about her breakup from George Clooney. In a new interview, Stacy said about the breakup, "There's nothing really dramatic that happened, so it's all good." Well, that was vague! But the reality star seems to be doing well and is keeping busy! Stacy is starring in a new show on Lifetime called Supermarket Superstar. The show premieres on July 22nd. We wonder if George will be watching?
16 Jul 2013
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