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  • Time magazine author totally misrepresents US Constitution

    06/24/2011 5:40:23 AM PDT · by Steve495 · 26 replies
    Radio Vice Online ^ | June 24, 2011 | Steve McGough
    What a hit piece on the Founding Fathers. I could barely get through three of five pages of Richard Stengel’s article in Time magazine online today. He twists the US Constitution like every good liberal always does. This is nothing new. Democrat and liberal politicians have done this for years. Time to call out the BS again… The framers were not gods and were not infallible. Yes, they gave us, and the world, a blueprint for the protection of democratic freedoms — freedom of speech, assembly, religion — but they also gave us the idea that a black person was...
  • Time Magazine: Constitution Doesn't Limit Government, ObamaCare Constitutional

    06/24/2011 3:38:29 AM PDT · by lowbridge · 108 replies
    Newsbusters ^ | June 23, 2011 | Eric Ames
    Regular readers of Time magazine this week found in their mailbox yet another pile of leftist tripe in the vein of "the Constitution is a living document." This week's cover article by managing editor Richard Stengel is a freak show of anti-Constitutional babble including an assertion that the Constitution was not intended to limit government: "If the Constitution was intended to limit the federal government, it sure doesn’t say so...The truth is, the Constitution massively strengthened the central government of the U.S. for the simple reason that it established one where none had existed before."
  • Time magazine cover features shredded U.S. Constitution, asks if it still matters

    06/23/2011 3:19:16 PM PDT · by mandaladon · 40 replies
    The Daily Caller ^ | 23 Jun 2011 | Jeff Poor
    Provocative? Perhaps, but that’s nothing new for Time magazine with a history of taking iconic American symbols and using them to make political statements. On Thursday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Time magazine editor Richard Stengel presented the cover of his new July 4 issue, which features the U.S. Constitution going through a paper shredder and asks does the document still matter. According to Stengel, it does, but not as much anymore. “Yes, of course it still matters but in some ways it matters less than people think,” Stengel said on “Morning Joe.” “People all the time are debating what’s constitutional...
  • Dana Perino: If Obama Has Time To Tweet, ‘We Should Re-Examine’ The President’s Responsibilities

    06/20/2011 11:26:35 AM PDT · by Nachum · 31 replies
    Mediaite ^ | 6/20/11 | Matt Schneider
    The news that President Obama will soon start personally sending out real messages through Twitter likely has some of his supporters excited, but Fox News contributor Dana Perino was left wondering how he has time for such activities? She appeared on Fox & Friends and was less than enthused about the prospect of seeing tweets coming directly from Obama. Perino did admit that “inauthentic tweets are really annoying” and that she “unfollows” anyone on Twitter that has such boring, not real messages. Yet she wondered “maybe we should re-examine the roles and responsibilities of the President
  • 30% Of People With A 401(k) Have Taken Out A Loan Against It: New All Time Record

    06/10/2011 12:31:19 AM PDT · by Nachum · 25 replies
    zero hedge ^ | 6/7/11 | Tyler Durden
    About a year ago Zero Hedge posted an article titled: "Record Number Of Americans Using Retirement Funds As Source Of Immediate Cash" after a report by Fidelity uncovered that "plan participants with loans outstanding against their 401(k) accounts had reached 22 percent versus 20 percent a year earlier." It is now time to revisit this very important topic because if recent press reports are true, last year's record number has just increased by another 50%. "On "The Early Show" Thursday, financial journalist and Newsweek columnist Joanne Lipman said, "Right now we have 30 percent of people who have 401(k)s have...
  • Time, Newsweek 2006, Cover Stories, 15 Pages to Mark Foley; 160 Words on Weinergate

    06/08/2011 9:38:21 AM PDT · by SanFranDan · 14 replies
    NewsBusters ^ | 6/8/11 | Tim Graham
    Full Title: Time, Newsweek Offered Cover Stories and 15 Pages to Mark Foley in 2006; But About 160 Tiny Words on Weinergate Brent Bozell reminded readers of his column that the networks piled on 152 stories about Rep. Mark Foley in the story's first 12 days in the fall of 2006, but they weren’t the only ones with a vast left-wing disparity. Time and Newsweek each devoted cover stories and multiple pages to the Foley scandal. Time put an elephant’s rear end on the cover with the words “What a Mess...Why a tawdry Washington sex scandal may spell the end...
  • Circumcision-hatred: It was only a matter of time

    06/04/2011 11:39:43 PM PDT · by Nachum · 153 replies · 1+ views
    hot air ^ | 6/4/11 | J.E. Dyer
    You have to wonder very seriously if these people are insane. The San Diego-based group that is laboring to get circumcision banned in San Francisco has perpetrated a comic book. In it, a superhero named Foreskin Man saves a baby boy from being circumcised by the evil Monster Mohel, a vicious-looking Orthodox Jewish rabbi who could have been drawn by an acolyte of Joseph Goebbels. Indeed, Foreskin Man has a distinctly Hitlerian “Aryan” look to him. It’s crystal clear from the dialogue that the perpetrator of this literary opus intends to depict the Judaic religious view of circumcision as evil...
  • First Time: Temple Mount Priestly Blessing on Jerusalem Day

    06/02/2011 11:17:29 AM PDT · by Nachum · 22 replies · 2+ views
    INN ^ | 6/2/11 | Hillel Fendel
    Hundreds of religious Jews from all streams were able to happily commemorate the 44th anniversary of the first-ever entry of Israeli soldiers onto the TempleMount. For the first time in the history of Israeli restrictions on Jewish entry to the Temple Mount, the recitation of the Priestly Blessing was permitted there. It happened on Wednesday, Jerusalem Reunification Day, when hundreds of visitors – all of whom immersed in a mikveh (ritual bath) prior to coming and took other precautions required by Jewish Law – were allowed to enter the Temple Mount in groups of 30-40. Among them were several Cohanim...
  • What Bibi Gains by Misrepresenting Obama's Mideast Policy [Joe Klein guns for a Nina Burleigh award]

    05/26/2011 7:46:57 AM PDT · by Tex-Con-Man · 62 replies
    TIME ^ | Thursday, May 26, 2011 | Joe Klein
    Of all the petty annoyances, misdemeanors and felonies of public life, there is none that Barack Obama detests more than to have his words twisted or oversimplified. It is a big part of his frustration with the media; it is a bigger part of his disdain for the talk-show wing of the Republican Party. And so it wasnt hard to imagine smoke jetting from the Presidents ears as Benjamin Netanyahu, the Prime Minister of Israel, willfully misinterpreted Obamas statement about the need to renegotiate Israels borders — in Obamas presence, in the Oval Office on May 20. The President had...
  • Time's Mother's Day List of Best Pop-Culture Mothers Has Gaia Instead of Mrs. Cleaver

    05/08/2011 6:51:58 AM PDT · by Dubya-M-DeesWent2SyriaStupid! · 12 replies ^ | May 07, 2011 | 12:55 | Tim Graham
    For Mother's Day, the Time magazine website decided to make a list of the ten worst and best mothers in popular culture. The worst list was pretty standard, but the best list was at times bizarre. For example, the number ten best is... the savage Queen Mother from the Aliens movies? Number eight is....Hester Prynne, the single-mom adulteress of The Scarlet Letter? There's no Mrs. Cleaver or Mrs. Huxtable, but a savage killer? Then there's the number three best mother: Gaia, or Mother Earth. Caryn Brooks wrote: Greek gods and goddesses have their own set of morals that have nothing...
  • Obama: I don’t have time for ’silliness’ – I’m late for Oprah

    04/27/2011 9:24:08 AM PDT · by Nachum · 32 replies
    The Daily Caller ^ | 4/27/11 | Jonathan Strong |
    In a press conference announcing the release of his long form birth certificate, Obama denounced the “silliness,” the “sideshows and carnival barkers” that forced him to release a completely unremarkable document after years of speculation on the issue had metastasized into a political phenomenon he could no longer ignore. “We do not have time for this kind of silliness. We’ve got better stuff to do. I’ve got better stuff to do. We’ve got big problems to solve,” the president said. Minutes later, he boarded a helicopter, bound for Chicago where he will interview with Oprah, the queen of daytime TV...
  • Is Hell Dead?

    04/14/2011 1:37:12 PM PDT · by ApplegateRanch · 27 replies
    Time ^ | Thursday, Apr. 14, 2011 | Jon Meacham
    [snip] Traditionally, the key is the acknowledgment that Jesus is the Son of God, who, in the words of the ancient creed, "for us and for our salvation came down from heaven ... and was made man." In the Evangelical ethos, one either accepts this and goes to heaven or refuses and goes to hell. Bell, a tall, 40-year-old son of a Michigan federal judge, begs to differ. He suggests that the redemptive work of Jesus may be universal — meaning that, as his book's subtitle puts it, "every person who ever lived" could have a place in heaven, whatever...
  • Mr. Prudent: Obama Preaches Deficit Sanity (Ard's Call To Arms Thread)

    04/14/2011 6:35:39 AM PDT · by arderkrag · 13 replies
    Time via Yahoo! News ^ | 04/14/11 | JOE KLEIN
    "This is one of the most important debates that we can have," President Obama said at the close of his much anticipated speech about the federal-budget deficit. He is absolutely right, although his speech didn't add much to the conversation in terms of specifics. Unlike Republican Congressman Paul Ryan's recent budget plan, Barack Obama's proposed no radical restructurings or curtailments of brontosaurus-size programs like Medicare or Medicaid. Unlike some of the other plans floating about, and there are scads of them, his didn't propose gimmicky new revenue-raising schemes like a national sales tax. Indeed, Obama didn't add much to the...
  • Glenn Beck: Farewell to a Fearmonger (Barf Alert!)

    04/07/2011 10:55:04 AM PDT · by wac3rd · 30 replies
    TIME via Yahoo! News ^ | 4-7-11 | John Avlon
    NEW YORK – Beck’s departure from Fox News marks the welcome removal of an incendiary talk-show host who reveled in apocalyptic shtick and the politics of incitement, writes John Avlon. Plus, the Fox-Beck divorce. The nightly nervous breakdown will not be televised. Glenn Beck is going off the air on Fox News. It is a remarkable reversal of fortune for a man who one year ago was banking $32 million annually, teaching Americans how to fear-monger for fun and profit. But with his ratings down nearly 50 percent and advertisers abandoning the show, Beck’s apocalyptic shtick has been getting rancid...
  • Time Magazine's Joe Klein: Qur'an-burning an "act as murderous as any suicide bomber's"

    04/05/2011 7:40:10 PM PDT · by Nachum · 98 replies
    Jihad Watch ^ | 4/5/11 | Robert
    Jones, of course, killed no one. Suicide bombers kill as many people as they can for Allah. But Joe Klein is by no means alone in assuming that Muslims cannot control themselves and respond to insult with anything but threats and murder, and thus cannot be held responsible for their own actions. He thus reveals again the multicultural Left's bigotry and ethnocentrism. "Joe Klein Reserves Spot in Hell for Koran-burning Pastor Who's As 'Murderous' As 'Suicide Bombers,'" by Ken Shepherd for NewsBusters, April 4 (thanks to James): Burning a copy of the Koran is morally equivalent to flying a plane...
  • Time Magazine Editor: Burning the Koran is Worse than Burning the Bible

    04/04/2011 8:57:04 PM PDT · by TheConservativeCitizen · 92 replies
    The Constitution Club ^ | 04-04-11 | The Region Rat
    WORLD EDITOR DISPLAYS HIS IGNORANCE OF CHRISTIANITY - According to Time Magazine editor Bobby Ghosh, burning the Koran is “much more inflammatory than burning a Bible” because the Koran comes directly from God and the Bible doesn’t. Appearing on MSNBC’s Hardball, (where else?) Ghosh continued to display his ignorance of Christianity: “The Bible is a book written by men. It is acknowledged by Christians that it is written by men. It’s the story of Jesus.” “If you’re a Muslim, the Koran is directly the word of God, not written by man. It is transcribed, it is directly the word of...
  • Is it Time to Get Out of Afghanistan?

    04/03/2011 6:07:30 PM PDT · by Nachum · 56 replies
    Power Line ^ | 4/3/11 | John Hinderaker
    I think it is. In the aftermath of September 11, we had no choice but to overthrow the Taliban, destroy al Qaeda's training centers and kill and scatter as many al Qaeda and Taliban terrorists as possible. We did that, brilliantly. Bin Laden escaped by the skin of his teeth, but al Qaeda has never recovered from that initial devastation. Since then, for going on nine years, we have pursued a somewhat half-hearted peacekeeping/democracy policy in Afghanistan. The Bush administration was right, I think, not to devote excessive resources to Afghanistan
  • Obama Administration: GOP Cuts Would Kill 70,000 Kids

    03/31/2011 12:19:12 PM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 69 replies · 1+ views
    Time Magazine ^ | March 31, 2011 | Adam Sorensen
    That's what would happen if Congress pares back appropriations for USAID, says Rajiv Shah: "We estimate, and I believe these are very conservative estimates, that H.R. 1 would lead to 70,000 kids dying," USAID Administrator Rajiv Shah testified before the House Appropriations State and Foreign Ops subcommittee. "Of that 70,000, 30,000 would come from malaria control programs that would have to be scaled back specifically. The other 40,000 is broken out as 24,000 would die because of a lack of support for immunizations and other investments and 16,000 would be because of a lack of skilled attendants at birth," he...
  • Once Upon a Time, the Universe Was Really Weird

    03/21/2011 12:42:01 PM PDT · by LibWhacker · 29 replies ^ | 3/21/11 | Ian O'Neill
    Today, looking out across a seemingly boundless cosmos filled with an unimaginable variety of exotic objects, it's easy to forget that the Universe we currently admire is the product of a violent event that occurred 13.75 billion years ago. As we know, the leading theory for universal birth is the Big Bang, where everything came from nothing, in a single energetic burst of inexplicable creation. So, if we turn back the clock back 13.75 billion years, what would we see? My instinct would be to say "energy, the Universe was filled with pure, violent energy," but according to some mind-bending...
  • [Ecumenical] Lent through Eastertide - Divine Mercy Diary Exerpts: Busy Souls

    03/12/2011 2:39:49 PM PST · by Salvation · 5 replies ^ | 1987 | Saint Faustina and Jesus
    Divine Mercy Diary Exerpts   Jesus's words are in italics.  St. Faustina's words are in regular print.   "Your task is to write down everything that I make known to you about My mercy, for the benefit of those who by reading these things will be comforted in their souls and will have the courage to approach Me." (1693)     "Mankind will not have peace until it turns with trust to My mercy." (300)     
  • Just In Time for the Election! HBO to Release Film Based on Sarah Palin Hit-Job ‘Game Change’

    03/09/2011 8:53:23 PM PST · by Nachum · 17 replies
    Big Hollywood ^ | 3/9/11 | John Nolte
    DHD: “Julianne Moore is set to star in HBO Films’ Game Change. Directed by Jay Roach, the movie is based on Mark Halperin and John Heilemann’s 2010 book about the 2008 Presidential elections and follows John McCain’s presidential campaign, from his selection of Alaska Governor Sarah Palin as his running mate to their ultimate defeat in the general election.” We’ll see how closely the film sticks to the book, but Governor Palin disputed how “Game Change” portrayed her and being as that it was one of the very few books
  • Time Magazine in 2006: "Gaddafi's Now a Good Guy"

    02/24/2011 8:16:11 AM PST · by therightliveswithus · 4 replies
    Pundit Press ^ | 2/24/11 | Aurelius
    There are times where you no longer know what to say. Time Magazine, well known to have a clear liberal bias, announced in May of 2006 that Maummar Gaddafi is "now a good guy." Sure, he rules with an iron fist. Sure, he's a dictator. Sure, President Ronald Reagan called him a "mad dog." But, as Time quotes him: "Bush is saying that America is fighting for the triumph of freedom," Gaddafi said between sips of tea. "When we were supporting liberation movements in the world, we were arguing that it was for the victory of freedom. We both agree....
  • Out of time: Radical Islam Taking Over Europe & West

    02/21/2011 3:54:02 PM PST · by Nachum · 13 replies
    The Patrot Network ^ | 2/21/11 | CBN News
    Great news clip on islamisation of Europe. If these statistics don't wake you up, I don't know what will. Radical Islam is a grave threat to Europe, there ...
  • What Is Heaven Really Like? [Ecumenical]

    02/13/2011 4:03:35 PM PST · by Salvation · 87 replies
    CatholicAndsers ^ | not given | Jimmy Akin
    What Is Heaven Really Like?By Jimmy Akin Wings and halos. Robes and harps. Sitting on clouds. Being greeted by St. Peter at the pearly gates: These are the images of heaven we get from movies, TV, and newspaper cartoons. Silly as they are, the ideas behind these images can seep into our consciousness and affect the way we think of heaven. For example, it’s commonly believed that we will have no bodies in heaven. That’s only partly true. People in heaven do not have bodies (with rare exceptions such as Jesus and Mary), but that’s a temporary state of affairs....
  • Time Helps Declare Michelle Obama One of the Most Fashionable First Ladies in History

    02/08/2011 8:06:29 AM PST · by Dubya-M-DeesWent2SyriaStupid! · 47 replies ^ | February 07, 2011 | 23:18 | Tim Graham
    Time magazine knows it can't be all serious, so in addition to its cover story on Egypt this week, they have a gushy piece on Michelle Obama's fashions, written by Kate Betts, author of the new book Everyday Icon: Michelle Obama and the Power of Style. Michelle's so chic it's historic: Given her widespread reputation as one of the most stylish women ever to inhabit the White House, you might think Michelle Obama automatically belongs in the Madison-Kennedy lineage. But her background argues differently. No one can claim that Michelle Obama doesn't know what it's like to work or that...
  • For Fully Mature Black Holes, Time Stands Still

    01/28/2011 5:33:22 PM PST · by DeoVindiceSicSemperTyrannis · 59 replies
    Yahoo News ^ | 1-27-11 | Clara Moskowitz
    The end of a black hole’s evolution may be a mind-bending kind of space-time independent of time. A new study proposes a method to tell how far any black hole is from reaching this end state. Black holes are some of the weirdest things in the universe. They occur when mass is packed into a tiny volume, squished to its ultimate density. Though observations suggest black holes are prevalent in the universe, scientists still don't really understand what goes on inside them. The equations of general relativity usually used to understand the physics of the universe break down in these...
  • Caption February 2011 Time Magazine cover

    01/28/2011 11:46:04 AM PST · by Lucky9teen · 89 replies
  • How on God's Green Earth is Barack Obama Like RONALD REAGAN?

    01/28/2011 6:13:06 AM PST · by Reaganite Republican · 24 replies
    Reaganite Republican ^ | January 28, 2011 | Reaganite Republican
    Hey MSM Dinosaur Media:  YOU ARE DESPICABLE SCUM Yeah, he LOVES Ronald Reagan... that's why he mocked the Gipper's 92-year-old widow his first day in office... please. After failing to destroy the Reagan legacy -as a rallying point for conservatives- with disinformation, historical revision, and what have you over the last two years, the old-guard liberal propaganda organs have switched tack and mounted a shameful coordinated effort to co-opt the Reagan legacy, basically just stealing from the groundswell of pro-Reagan sentiment his 100th birthday is sure to generate... and all to prop up this arrogant, incompetent radical they stuffed into the...
  • As if Quantum Teleportation Weren't Spooky Enough, Physicists Propose 'Time Teleportation'

    01/18/2011 12:20:07 PM PST · by Nachum · 98 replies
    Popular Science ^ | 1/18/11 | Clay Dillow
    As if the idea ideas of quantum entanglement and time travel weren’t difficult enough to wrap one’s head around separately, two physicists at the Universtiy of Queensland in Australia have further compounded the headache by merging the two ideas via a new kind of quantum entanglement that links particles not across space, but across time. Quantum entanglement is that “spooky action” (Einstein’s words, not ours) that links two particles such that a measurement on one immediately influences the state of the other, even if the two particles are separated by miles, or even light years. Entanglement defies the intuitive way...
  • Tick, tick, tick: The cost of Obamacare is a time bomb

    01/16/2011 9:11:26 PM PST · by Nachum · 12 replies · 1+ views
    Wash. Examiner ^ | 1/16/11 | Timothy P. Carney
    In fighting against Obamacare repeal this week, Democrats portray their health care law as a money saver, claiming Republicans would add to the deficit by abolishing the legislation. But in their franker moments, the bill's authors admit that "reform" could be something of a time bomb that will cause exploding health care costs down the line. One top Senate aide plainly stated last summer, "This is a coverage bill, not a cost reduction bill." The time-bomb nature of Obamacare was presaged by Mitt Romney's health care bill in Massachusetts, which also expanded health insurance coverage by mandating that all individuals...
  • Time's Running Out for TIME (A journalistic institution jumps the shark)

    01/14/2011 7:35:20 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 27 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 01/14/2011 | Mark Cantora
    No one would ever mistake TIME Magazine for Commentary, or even The New Republic.  These magazines openly admit their political leanings.  "We're neoconservatives.  So what?  We're hawkish liberals; what's your point?" TIME, on the other hand, has always flirted with real journalism.  It markets itself as a "mainstream" publication with no political agenda other than reporting the news. Some people still buy into this fluffy muck.  But most others realize that a thin veneer of journalistic objectivity is all that separates them from TIME's true colors.  It is no longer surprising that TIME has a slant.  But what is...
  • Time Magazine Takes Its Israel Hatred to a New Level

    01/11/2011 11:19:58 AM PST · by Nachum · 7 replies
    Commentary Magazine ^ | 1/11/11 | Alana Goodman
    Yesterday, I wrote that the recent controversial legislation at the Knesset would likely result in a full-fledged freak-out from the left over Israel’s supposed slide toward totalitarianism, and this morning Time magazine didn’t disappoint. How bad is it? Let’s just say that Time might as well save the money it spends on its Jerusalem-bureau reporters by publishing full press releases from the Elders instead. The article, titled “Israel’s Rightward Lurch Scares Even Some Conservatives,” is packed full of misinformation and outright contempt for the Jewish state. The online version also includes links to alleged atrocities committed by Israel — i.e.,...
  • Time Magazine and Global Warming ( Cover Images of the various campaigns )

    01/02/2011 7:51:57 AM PST · by Ernest_at_the_Beach · 18 replies
    Watts Up With That? ^ | January 1, 2011 | Anthony Watts
    People send me stuff. Nigel Rios writes in with a great compendium of Time Magazine covers that illustrate the history of that magazine’s global warming coverage from the 1970′s to the present. It’s worth the click.Full sized suitable for printing: large version 2576×1932 pixelsOf course this is all just fun and satire, but for those who didn’t get the spoof, there’s further reading. Check out this WUWT story on Time’s recent article about the December snows of 2010, where they were dead serious.Time Magazine blizzard science sets low standard for green journalismHappy New Year!
  • Why is it 2011? (or) Why New Years is Not Simply Secular

    01/01/2011 1:34:52 PM PST · by Salvation · 26 replies ^ | December 31, 2010 | Msgr. Charles Pope
    December 31   Why is it 2011? (or) Why New Years is Not Simply Secular   By: Msgr. Charles Pope It is New Year’s Eve and everywhere throughout the world celebrations are planned as the New Year 2011 is upon us. You can be sure that large signs will flash “2011!!!” and “Happy New Year!” But why is New Year’s January 1st and why do we call this 2011? Time, and our understanding of our place in it are mysterious and historically complex, but many answers to how we designate time in the western world are very Catholic and Christian....
  • Time Magazine blizzard science sets low standard for green journalism

    01/01/2011 10:04:46 AM PST · by Signalman · 16 replies
    WattsUpWithThat ^ | 12/29/2010 | Ryan Maue
    “The line must be drawn here! This far and no further!” Bryan Walsh deserves a giant watermelon for his journalistic efforts this Time around in his annual piece on global warming causing blizzards. He comes out swinging right away: “A big winter snowstorm provides more fodder for the global-warming skeptics. But they’re wrong“ Oh really? Bryan, if you can find any (credible) scientist that wants to go on record supporting your contortionist logic with respect to this holiday blizzard, please quote them directly on the record, and do not cherry-pick their blog postings or opinion-editorials. Is this the type of...
  • Time Magazine’s 2010 Person of the Year? The Tea Party… Oh Wait, Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg

    12/15/2010 2:38:30 PM PST · by T Christopher · 69 replies · 1+ views
    REPUBLICAN REDEFINED ^ | T Christopher
    The man who brought us FarmVille and MafiaWars has been named Time Magazine's Person of the Year for 2010.  Yes, the man that has made it possible for millions of users to waste millions and millions of hours searching for old "friends", stalking ex-boyfriends, updating statuses about NOTHING, sharing trivial stories about EVERYTHING, and playing "games" we wouldn't have played in the Pre-Atari era... has been named Person of the Year. Mark Zuckerberg, Time Magazine's 2010 Person of the Year.  Are you friggin kidding me? Now don't get me wrong.  This list has pretty much gone the way of the...
  • No evidence of time before Big Bang

    12/12/2010 8:51:25 AM PST · by LibWhacker · 46 replies · 1+ views
    Nature ^ | 12/10/10 | Edwin Cartlidge
    Latest research deflates the idea that the Universe cycles for eternity.Our view of the early Universe may be full of mysterious circles — and even triangles — but that doesn't mean we're seeing evidence of events that took place before the Big Bang. So says a trio of papers taking aim at a recent claim that concentric rings of uniform temperature within the cosmic microwave background — the radiation left over from the Big Bang — might, in fact, be the signatures of black holes colliding in a previous cosmic 'aeon' that existed before our Universe.
  • Serious Sarah

    12/11/2010 10:35:45 AM PST · by t-dude · 14 replies
    Time Swampland Blog ^ | December 10, 2010 | Jay Newton-Small
    Her reality show is nearly done, Dancing with the Stars is over as is her second book tour. Tomorrow, Palin is heading to Haiti with Franklin Graham -- a dual hit, according to Politico, that helps her with both foreign policy experience and amongst evangelical voters. Today, in a Wall Street Journal op-ed, she endorsed Paul Ryan's road map. Palin, it seems, is moving away from brand-building celebrity to serious potential-presidential candidate. Finally, here's a compiled Q&A with Palin for my story.

    12/07/2010 9:08:51 AM PST · by RightFighter · 85 replies · 4+ views
    The Drudge Report ^ | 12/7/2010 | DrudgeReport
    Headline only so far...
  • TIME mag: Maybe a horrendous act of violence will kill hundreds, even thousands, of Americans ..

    12/06/2010 10:03:44 AM PST · by Nachum · 52 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | 12/6/10 | Byron York
    Everyone knows Barack Obama is in a political fix. The coalition that elected him in 2008 has collapsed, and the independents whose support lifted him to the White House have now abandoned him. What to do? Time magazine's Mark Halperin says Obama has to try all the expected things: "show people what he stands for, fight for what he believes, compromise with Republicans when it's sensible, reshape his circle of advisers and focus on job growth and deficit reduction." But Halperin says succeeding in those efforts will be tough because "they run counter to Obama's instincts, the political realities of...
  • Mark Zuckerberg: Facebook, Newark Schools, The Social Network — TIME's Person of the Year?

    12/02/2010 7:18:34 AM PST · by Skeez · 17 replies
    Time ^ | 12.2.2010 | Chris Gentilviso
    More than 500 million people have chosen to follow his vision for the (sometimes) all-day social addiction. "Facebook helps you connect and share with the people in your life." In the process, 2010 offered several opportunities for the public to connect with CEO Mark Zuckerberg. The 26-year-old faced his share of tumult early on, as international opposition surfaced against his company's privacy practices. Looming in the background was another burning question -- did Zuckerberg steal the idea from original CFO Eduardo Saverin? ((See a graphic of the Facebook Playbook: who did what to whom and why.)So, writer Aaron Sorkin...
  • Who Will Be TIME's 2010 Person of the Year?

    11/11/2010 2:10:39 PM PST · by Lucky9teen · 63 replies · 1+ views
    Take a look at this year's candidates (listed in alphabetical order) and give them your rating — though TIME's editors who choose the actual Person of the Year reserve the right to disagree. Some of the candidates included are: * Julian Assange * Glenn Beck * The Chilean Miners * Arne Duncan * Lady Gaga * Hu Jintao * LeBron James * Steve Jobs * Hamid Karzai * David and Charles Koch * Barack Obama * Sarah Palin * Nancy Pelosi * Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert * The Unemployed American * Mark Zuckerberg
  • NY UNRWA: Time for Arab Nations to Absorb 'Refugees'

    10/31/2010 9:17:32 AM PDT · by Nachum · 14 replies
    inn ^ | 10/31/10 | Chana Ya'ar
    The outgoing director of the New York office of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency has angered Jordan after stating it is time for Arab nations to absorb their brethren who are “refugees” from the 1948 war. Andrew Whitley stated that Palestinian refugees must not live in the illusion of achieving the “right to return” and that the Arab countries must search for a place for them in their lands to resettle there. When UNRWA began its operations providing aid and services to the Arabs living in Israel in 1949, there were approximately 700,000 who qualified as “refugees.” Today,...
  • Time magazine: Dem committee heads may follow Pelosi and retire after vote

    10/30/2010 12:55:44 PM PDT · by WebFocus · 35 replies · 1+ views
    Hotair ^ | 10/30/2010 | Allahpundit
    Via JWF, my sense/hope is that conservative enthusiasm is already as high as it can go. But in case you’re bummed that most of the wizened Democratic leadership comes from monolithically blue districts that makes them impossible to unseat, rest assured that there is in fact a way to knock them off next week.Break their spirits. Other Democrats are sure to follow Pelosi out of the Capitol. After the GOP lost the House in 2006, 27 Republicans called it quits. But in the case of Pelosi’s Democratic cloakroom, the exodus could be deeper: five of the 20 current committee chairmen...
  • Mysterious 'Time Traveler' Spotted in Charlie Chaplin Film

    HOLLYWOOD -- 33 years after his death, a 1928 film clip from a Charlie Chaplin movie premier that appears to show a woman talking on a cell phone is sparking debate and controversy. .... more at link
  • How Is It 'News' for Time to Hype 'Extreme Militias' In the Last Weeks of a Campaign?

    10/11/2010 11:31:01 AM PDT · by matt1234 · 66 replies ^ | October 11, 2010 | Tim Graham
    Time magazine's news judgment is truly puzzling. With just weeks to go before a crucial midterm election, their cover story package is ten pages stuffed with “The Secret World of Extreme Militias.” Voters are poised to sweep a pile of Democrats out of office from coast to coast, and they're camped in Zanesville, Ohio with a right-wing militia that claims 300 members as the nation's number one news story? (Katie Couric tweeted on Wednesday that she was eagerly reading it.) Time editor Richard Stengel announced they gave new hire Barton Gellman six months in the field chasing the whisper of...
  • U.S. Military Orders Less Dependence on Fossil Fuels (Leftists mandating solar vehicles!?)

    10/05/2010 9:01:14 AM PDT · by DCBryan1 · 47 replies · 1+ views
    New York Times ^ | 04 OCT 10 | By ELISABETH ROSENTHAL
    With insurgents increasingly attacking the American fuel supply convoys that lumber across the Khyber Pass into Afghanistan, the military is pushing aggressively to develop, test and deploy renewable energy to decrease its need to transport fossil fuels. Last week, a Marine company from California arrived in the rugged outback of Helmand Province bearing novel equipment: portable solar panels that fold up into boxes; energy-conserving lights; solar tent shields that provide shade and electricity; solar chargers for computers and communications equipment.
  • Time Moves Faster Upstairs, Confirming Einstein's Relativity

    09/24/2010 8:36:26 AM PDT · by Scythian · 29 replies · 1+ views
    FoxNews ^ | Sept 24, 1010
    It's 2 a.m., and the noise from your upstairs neighbor is keeping you awake again. Take solace in the fact that by living above you he may be shortening his life, even if only by a tiny fraction of a second. Nearly a century ago, Albert Einstein suggested that time should move faster the farther away you are from the surface of the Earth. Now scientists have tested this theory at the small distances we travel up and down every day. Using the world's most precise clocks, they confirmed that our wristwatches tick at a slightly different speed when...
  • Terror's Natural Predators

    09/14/2010 4:44:35 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 7 replies
    IBD Editorial ^ | September 14, 2010 | Investors Business Daily staff
    Defense: Some are now saying al-Qaida is weak and we overreacted after 9/11. Al-Qaida is weak because of our reaction and a tool that shows that America and its technology is alive and well. The latest chapter in the mainstream media's revisionist history of the war on terror is the recent claim by Newsweek's Fareed Zakaria that al-Qaida was and "is simply not that deadly a threat," and that after a spectacular success on 9/11 is reduced to recruiting a radicalized young man over the Internet and teaching "him to stuff his underwear with explosives." In saying we've "overreacted," Zakaria...
  • Time to declare war on Israel

    09/13/2010 1:53:13 PM PDT · by smoothsailing · 4 replies
    Portal of Ideas ^ | 9-13-2010 | A. Barton Hinkle
    Monday, September 13, 2010 Time to Declare War on Israel This article was written by A. Barton Hinkle and published in the Richmond Times-Dispatch on September 10, 2010.The latest issue of Time purports to explain "Why Israel Doesn't Care About Peace." (Hint: Blame the money-grubbing Jews!) There will be earnest efforts to point out why this is nonsense, but they will fall on deaf ears. These days a defense of Israel requires stronger measures. And perhaps nothing could do Israel more good than for the United States to declare war on it. After all, if you want to win the...