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  • Keith needed 'Diva' limos e-mails reveal

    04/04/2012 5:48:27 AM PDT · by GrandJediMasterYoda · 15 replies ^ | 4/04/12 | By MARC BERMAN
    Keith raised ‘stink’ E-mails bare ‘Diva’ chauffeur shuffleBy MARC BERMAN Liberal bloviator Keith Olbermann spent his last days at Current TV driving colleagues nuts with rants about “smelly’’ drivers who had the audacity to talk to him, according to startling e-mails obtained by The Post. “The problem is with him . . . the man who professes to be for the 99% doesn’t want any of the 99% talking to him or being near him,” an accounting executive complained in one of the missives. An assistant, who had just about maxed out her corporate card in a desperate attempt to...
  • Eco-warrior Trudie prefers helicopter to an 80-mile train ride (Mrs. Sting)

    03/15/2007 5:54:04 PM PDT · by ButThreeLeftsDo · 21 replies · 1,055+ views ^ | 3/15/07 |
    It's one rule for them, and another for the rest of us. Trudie Styler, wife of Sting and self-styled eco-warrior, recently took a helicopter to travel 80 miles from Wiltshire to Devon, a journey that would have taken less than two hours by train. The actress and film producer is forever harping on about saving the environment, having set up the Rainforest Campaign in the late 1980s with her pop star husband. The Stings are known for eating only organic food, supposedly grown on their land, although one member of staff recently admitted to serving up nonorganic salad from the...
  • Bono, Who Preaches Charity, Profits From Buyouts, Tax Breaks

    01/27/2007 9:13:58 AM PST · by Neoliberalnot · 68 replies · 1,204+ views ^ | January 2007 | By Richard Tomlinson and Fergal O'Brien
    <p>Jan. 26 (Bloomberg) -- During the final concert of U2's world tour on Dec. 9, Bono, the Irish rock band's lead singer, launched into ``One,'' a song about a love affair gone sour. ``Did I disappoint you or leave a bad taste in your mouth?'' he sang to 47,000 U2 fans at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu.</p>
  • DFU SONG: Y M C A (Arianna Huffington busted in SUV)

    09/18/2005 10:57:26 AM PDT · by doug from upland · 13 replies · 1,264+ views
    DFU SONGS | 9-2005 | Lyrics, Doug from Upland
    MIDI - Y M C A Liberals, you're so easy to mock I say, liberals, what you say is a crock Limo liberals, in your mouth stuff a sock Because we don't want to hear it Liberals, we have our eyes on you I say, liberals, we have watched what you do Phony liberals, all your hubris shines through From you we don't want to hear it Hey, Arianna, just S T F U It is about time you S T F U You have your stained blue dress, it's a big SUV Can you say it? HYPOCRISY! Yes,...
  • Power versus knowledge

    08/11/2004 12:14:59 AM PDT · by walford · 7 replies · 1,032+ views ^ | August 11, 2004 | Thomas Sowell
    QUICK LINKS: HOME | NEWS | OPINION | MEETUP | C-LOG | ISSUES townhall.comPrinter-friendly versionPower versus knowledgeThomas Sowell (back to web version) | Send August 11, 2004 Despite clever and hard-working political handlers who have done a masterful job of concealing and distracting attention from John Kerry's voting record in his long Senate career, and the liberal vision behind that record, glimmers of reality still break through now and then. Senator Kerry himself has said that he was for spending more money on education with "no questions asked." The teachers' unions no doubt loved hearing that, but blank checks are precisely...
  • Fest's fave pest beats the drums (Michael Moore barf alert)

    05/16/2004 3:47:56 PM PDT · by Liz · 26 replies · 144+ views
    VARIETY ^ | 05/16/2004 | Timothy M. Gray
    Michael Moore admitted Sunday that his "Fahrenheit 9/11" still does not have a distrib -- "Maybe some distributors are afraid of the film" -- but vowed the film must open in the U.S. before the election. "George W. Bush has to be removed from office," he declared. In his first public interview here, Moore did a one-on-one with Variety editor-in-chief Peter Bart as part of the Variety Conference Series. Referring to the pic, which bows tonight in competition, he said, "From the beginning, there was pressure to try to stop it." Though Icon had originally agreed to finance the docu,...
  • HILLARY MINK MYSTERY SOLVED: PETA not happy with HIllary

    01/18/2004 10:14:32 PM PST · by Pikamax · 97 replies · 521+ views
    Pagesix ^ | 01/19/04 | Pagesix
    <p>THE anti-fur folk at PETA may have a new target: Sen. Hillary Clinton.</p> <p>On Dec. 24, the Times' Boldfaced Names column reported that Manhattan furrier Peter Duffy "told us he had just finished a mink coat for Hillary Rodham Clinton."</p>
  • Latest Liberal Talk Show Hack, Ed Schultz, says Chappaquiddick was a "Different Era"

    11/21/2003 7:55:46 AM PST · by eyespysomething · 65 replies · 826+ views
    My husband and I were watching Scarborough Country last Friday (November 14) night, and they were discussing Rush Limbaugh's return. The guests for the segment were Edwin Meese, David Horowitz and Ed Schultz (the liberal Rush, yeah right).David Horowitz brought up Ted Kennedy and his little incident with DUI and Mary Jo, and Schultz blew it off as being in a different era. WHAT? An era when the death of some woman was never to be looked at, no matter how suspicious, because of the accused's name? The link to the show transcipt is here. and it is about 7...
  • New Sting song blasts "This War"

    09/29/2003 3:35:58 PM PDT · by jimbo123 · 42 replies · 259+ views
    Knight Ridder ^ | Jonathan Takiff
    Sting delivers another tasty, variegated bunch of adult rock songs on "Sacred Love" (A&M). He's playing the bad guy on "Stolen Car," empathizing with a runaway wife on "Never Coming Home," connecting with his/our romantic side on "Send Your Love" and the especially entralling "Book of My Life" and drubbing the government's war-on-everything philosophy with "This War." Good show. -------------------- "This War" You've got the mouth of a she wolf Inside the mask of an innocent lamb You say your heart is all compassion But there's just a flat line on your cardiogram Yet you always made a profit baby...
  • Warner defends colleges/ Cites benefits of out-of-state students

    08/29/2003 4:23:00 AM PDT · by putupon · 11 replies · 414+ views
    <p>Gov. Mark R. Warner yesterday concentrated on education issues ranging from a dispute over banning all guns on high school grounds to his soon-to-be-released program proposing educational reforms.</p> <p>Additionally, the governor defended state colleges' enrollment of so many out-of-state students, a revenue-boosting practice that some complain denies admission of more Virginia students.</p>
  • Pelosi stands by vote against Iraq war (Another barfer)

    04/11/2003 1:50:26 PM PDT · by AbsoluteJustice · 16 replies · 241+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | 04/11/03 | By Stephen Dinan and Amy Fagan
    <p>Democrats and Republicans on Capitol Hill are rallying around military successes in Iraq and supporting the troops, but House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said it was still right to oppose granting the president the authority to use force to disarm Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein. "I have absolutely no regret about my vote on this war," she told reporters at her weekly briefing yesterday, saying the same questions still remain: "The cost in human lives. The cost to our budget, probably $100 billion. We could have probably brought down that statue for a lot less. The cost to our economy. But the most important question at this time, now that we're toward the end of it, is what is the cost to the war on terrorism?" She and a majority of House Democrats last October voted against authorizing the president to use force to disarm Saddam's regime. In the Senate, a majority of Democrats voted for the war resolution. The measure passed both chambers comfortably, with almost every Republican supporting it. But Mrs. Pelosi, California Democrat, has said she worries the Iraq campaign would divert attention from the broader war on terror and could spawn new terrorist attacks. On the Senate side, Minority Leader Tom Daschle, South Dakota Democrat, praised U.S. troops and declined to second-guess the Bush administration on a series of questions, including whether Iraqi opposition figure Ahmad Chalabi should be the country's next interim leader. He is being promoted for the position by some in the administration. "I want to vet it a little bit more before I come to any conclusions," Mr. Daschle said. The ongoing war continues to dominate much of the action on Capitol Hill. A handful of protesters disrupted a Senate vote last night when they stood in the visitors' gallery, held up red flags and chanted antiwar slogans like "No money for war" and "Our taxes are not for bombing nations." The five were grabbed and pushed one by one out by guards, but not before they brought the entire chamber, which was full of senators and staffers for the vote, to its feet. Meanwhile, House Republicans and Democrats held a rally to support the troops yesterday, and leaders of both parties praised the military's efficiency and professionalism. "Today in Iraq, tens of millions are free," said House Majority Leader Tom DeLay. "This is a regime that needed change." Mr. DeLay, Texas Republican, said the war is not over yet, "but make no mistake ... our army of virtue is beating back the tide of terror." Mrs. Pelosi also praised the troops at the rally. But she didn't address the war itself at the event. Later, in her news conference, she told reporters she is not convinced the war in Iraq has made Americans safer. "That remains to be seen," she said. "I certainly would hope so, and I think we have to think in a very positive way about it, but we don't know." That put her at odds with House Minority Whip Steny H. Hoyer, Maryland Democrat, who said to some U.S. troops present at the rally: "Your cause is noble and just. You are disarming a dangerous despot and ending his ruthless regime." He also said he believed the war was "strengthening the security of our nation, as well as the nations of the Middle East and the nations of the world." As Mrs. Pelosi praised the troops, she also said their success was owed "in large measure" to former President Bill Clinton. "This best-trained, best-equipped, best-led force for peace in the history of the world was not invented in the last two years. This had a strong influence and strong support during the Clinton years," she said. Mrs. Pelosi did give President Bush credit for saying the United Nations should have a role in rebuilding a postwar Iraq, but she said the administration must make sure that it involves the international community.</p>