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  • 'Man of Steel' Director Zack Snyder: It's OK for Superman to Be American with Obama in Office

    06/19/2013 7:40:21 AM PDT · by 2ndDivisionVet · 50 replies
    Breitbart's Big Hollywood ^ | June 18, 2013 | Zachary Leeman
    Conservatives have embraced Man of Steel, and rightly so, turning it into a cash cow for Warner Bros. The film is open about its religious aspects and has the kind of conservative leanings that we haven't seen in major blockbusters since The Dark Knight Trilogy. With a sequel already greenlit, reporters are asking the filmmakers for any and all details about their future plans. Conservatives that have embraced the patriotic origin story may be a little disappointed in what director Zack Snyder had to say about the film's patriotism and his plans for the sequel. When asked by BBC Radio...
  • Star Trek into Darkness - 9/11 Truther movie [vanity/spoilers]

    05/16/2013 7:14:53 AM PDT · by Skywise · 68 replies
    Saw it last night. Couldn't make sense of certain aspects of it until I realized they're telling the 9/11 truther plot that Bush planned everything. (Spoilers ahead with plot details revealed)
  • BREAKING NEWS: Gaddafi 'captured' as rebel forces take control of Sirte

    10/20/2011 4:39:01 AM PDT · by InvisibleChurch · 61 replies · 1+ views
    Dailymail ^ | 10.20.11
    BREAKING NEWS: Gaddafi 'captured' as rebel forces take control of Sirte Leader wounded in both legs prior to capture By DAILY MAIL REPORTER Last updated at 12:27 PM on 20th October 2011 Comments (0) Add to My Stories Share Muammar Gaddafi has been captured by revolutionary forces in Libya, it has been reported today. Gaddafi and his family have been on the run since Nato and rebel forces started closing the net on Tripoli in mid-August. The reports of Gaddafi's capture came on the same day that revolutionary forces said that they had taken control of Sirte - the leader's...
  • George Bush's Memoir Turns to Crime

    11/12/2010 12:24:25 PM PST · by GiovannaNicoletta · 13 replies ^ | November 9, 2010 | Benedicte Page
    The special relationship is being turned on its head, with US peace activists following the lead of their British counterparts to launch a campaign to reshelve George Bush's new memoir, Decision Points, "where it belongs": in the crime section of their local bookshops. Inspired by a British campaign which saw Tony Blair's autobiography, A Journey, appearing under crime, horror and even fantasy in UK bookshops, the protest blog Waging Nonviolence is urging its supporters to "Move Bush's Book Where It Belongs", and post pictures of the autobiography in its new location on a campaign Facebook page.
  • CBS Decides Al and Tipper's Separation is the Fault of ... George W. Bush

    06/02/2010 2:52:06 AM PDT · by Zakeet · 36 replies · 1,554+ views
    NewsBusters ^ | June 1, 2010 | Brent Baker
    Is there anything a journalist cannot or will not twist to bring the topic back to how life would be so much better if only not for that awful George W. Bush? On Tuesday's CBS Evening News, with the help of the Washington Post's Sally Quinn, Sharyl Attkisson managed to blame news, that Al and Tipper Gore are separating, on how they never got over being denied the presidency despite winning the popular vote in 2000. If only Bush hadn't taken it from them. Attkisson recalled “it's been ten years since that oddly public passionate kiss at the Democratic...
  • A Trip Down Memory Lane (Video w/clips from 2004 of Leftists w/Bush=Hitler signs, violent rhetoric)

    03/31/2010 8:43:54 AM PDT · by Stoat · 9 replies · 599+ views
    Brain Terminal ^ | Evan Coyne Maloney
    A Trip Down Memory Lane 31 March 2010 Not too long ago, taking to the streets to protest your government was considered a patriotic act.It’s true!But it seems that publicly airing your grievances stopped being patriotic right around noon on January 20th, 2009.Once President Obama was sworn in, protesting became incitement to violence.If you’ve opened up a newspaper or watched a cable news program in the past week or so, you’ve probably seen members of the media painting Tea Party activists as dangerous bigots. That’s because disagreeing with President Obama on issues like government spending and high taxes makes...
  • David Safavian is not an ex bush aide

    10/30/2009 5:19:12 AM PDT · by Halfmanhalfamazing · 289+ views
    The AP has yet again run a hit piece trying to link any scandal it can to Bush. This chart shows that he was not a bush aide.
  • For now, laid off and loving it ( BARF )

    02/23/2009 10:38:58 AM PST · by Halfmanhalfamazing · 32 replies · 1,225+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | February 23rd | Jenn Abelson
    A few days after David Adler's wife decided to leave her law firm in December, he was laid off from his job designing software at Brightcove. It was shocking. And scary. Until it wasn't. Adler has quickly learned to appreciate some aspects of his unexpected unemployment. The 42-year-old spends his days doting on his 6-month-old daughter, visiting museums with his family, and preparing for a possible exhibit of his photos at a local coffee shop in Dedham. Living off savings, unemployment, and severance packages, Adler knows he has to get a job eventually and has started the search. But for...
  • Unlike Bush's 'Google Bomb,' Google Quickly Defuses Obama's....(4 years versus a few days)

    01/30/2009 8:49:37 AM PST · by IrishMike · 46 replies · 1,999+ views
    Fox News ^ | Friday, January 30, 2009 | Joshua Rhett Miller
    It took four years for Google to address the "Google bomb" that was lobbed at former President Bush. But it took the Internet behemoth only a few days to defuse the same attack on President Obama. Four years versus a few days ... Some Googlers are asking why. In 2003, President Bush's detractors successfully gamed the Google search engine by arranging to have countless Web sites link the words "miserable failure" to Bush's official biography on the White House Web site. The result was that when someone typed the search term "miserable failure" into the Google search box, Bush's bio...
  • Caption these libtards with their signs on "Hello Everybody" (sequal to 2004's "Sorry Everybody")

    01/28/2009 11:50:29 AM PST · by redstates4ever · 51 replies · 1,589+ views ^ | (post Obama election victory) | (not provided)
  • Democrats begin waiting for George W. Bush to fail

    01/28/2009 6:37:02 AM PST · by coneocon · 52 replies · 3,267+ views
    The Seattle Times ^ | jan 9, 2001 | E.J. Dionne Jr.
    Among Democrats, there are two views as to how to pull this off now. The popular view is the one that looks to Bush making mistakes and, perhaps, to an economic downturn that will make swing voters long for the days of Democratic prosperity under Clinton.
  • Where did all of the talking points go?

    08/10/2008 4:48:16 PM PDT · by Halfmanhalfamazing · 7 replies · 168+ views
    Russia apparently isn't in a quagmire. They apparently did go to the UN and ask for permission first. They are not in an unnecessary act of aggression. I haven't seen any drive by reporters lament any unilateral actions, have you?
  • Snow dead less than 24 hours... AP starts smearing the guy

    07/13/2008 1:00:55 AM PDT · by Halfmanhalfamazing · 23 replies · 235+ views
    AP / Newsbusters ^ | July 12th | Tom Blumer
    At long last, has the Associated Press lost all sense of decency? The AP's story (saved here for future reference in case the wire service is embarrassed into revising it; you might consider saving it too as Exhibit A on how far over the cliff the dinosaur media has driven itself) by Douglass K. Daniel, with Jennifer Loven contributing (I might have known), gets in at least three cheap, fundamentally untrue, and totally uncalled-for shots at Tony Snow, who died earlier this morning.
  • 'Get Smart' Misses by 'That Much' (gratuitous Bush/Cheney bashing in new film)

    06/17/2008 10:10:33 AM PDT · by Behind Liberal Lines · 112 replies · 738+ views
    © 2008 FOX News Network, LLC. All rights reserved. ^ | Tuesday, June 17, 2008 | By Roger Friedman
    "Get Smart," which I saw Monday night, is a hodgepodge. The good news is, it’s not awful. It has somehow retained a little of the Brooks/Henry spirit. There is just enough of it, spread around thinly, to make you remember what real satire was like, since "Get Smart" was a take-off on everything from "The Man from UNCLE" to James Bond....James Caan also appears as a bumbling president of the U.S. who’s under the thumb of his evil VP.
  • Cheney Photo Causes Stir on Internet

    04/11/2008 10:36:56 AM PDT · by Berlin_Freeper · 48 replies · 1,302+ views
    FOX News ^ | Friday, April 11, 2008 | Associated Press
    The Virgin Mary on a grilled cheese and the Illinois-shaped corn flake appear to have new competition for webbies' fascination: Dick Cheney's mysterious sunglasses. An undated photo of the vice president on the White House Web site has caused a stir on the Internet, causing some people to wonder if he's in eyeshot of an unclad female. The White House says it's just someone holding an innocuous fishing rod (the veep -- allegedly -- is fly fishing in Idaho).
  • Joint Chiefs chairman: close Guantanamo

    01/13/2008 3:31:02 PM PST · by MichMash · 336 replies · 7,284+ views
    AP Via Yahoo! News ^ | Jan 13, 2008 | Robert Burns
    GUANTANAMO BAY NAVAL BASE, Cuba - The chief of the U.S. military said Sunday he favors closing the prison here as soon as possible because he believes negative publicity worldwide about treatment of terrorist suspects has been "pretty damaging" to the image of the United States. "I'd like to see it shut down," Adm. Mike Mullen said in an interview with three reporters who toured the detention center with him on his first visit since becoming chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff last October.
  • Vanity: Holiday letter from a liberal(grab a bucket)

    12/17/2007 4:59:13 PM PST · by BillyBonebrake · 13 replies · 107+ views
    personal letter | December 2007 | "Booty"
    The first graders names have been omitted. This is an excerpt from a holiday letter of American family of academic liberals currently living off the government (of Australia, for now). ...other breakthroughs included the training wheels coming off the bike and an early grasp of American politics ... During the APEC meetings in Sydney, the father of his friend XXXXX, who was commander of the Australian troops in Iraq, had lunch with President Bush. XXXXX brought to the daily class 'news time' the official White House atlas given his dad. The teacher said "How special it was for your father...
  • NBC reverses decision on Freedom Watch ad

    12/08/2007 11:47:12 AM PST · by abb · 132 replies · 841+ views
    The Drudge Report ^ | December 8, 2007 | Matt Drudge
    **Under pressure from outraged viewers, NBC has reversed its decision not to air the Freedom's Watch ads thanking troops... Developing...
  • British Xmas card mocks Polish pope (and President Bush)

    12/06/2007 9:30:58 AM PST · by lizol · 63 replies · 765+ views ^ | 06.12.2007
    British Xmas card mocks Polish pope 06.12.2007 Poles in the UK protest against a Christmas card which features John Paul II and George W. Bush. The deceased John Paul II is lying on a catafalque. George Bush is standing over him. The speech bubble next to his face says: "What happened to Santa?". This Christmas card is selling like hot cakes in Britain, causing outrage amongst the Polish community. Poles have already informed they would organise street protests. "It's appalling. Using the image of the deceased Holy Father is a scandal. Muslims protested at the cartoons deriding Muhammad. Why should...
  • The Insanity of Bush Hatred

    11/14/2007 9:29:37 AM PST · by shrinkermd · 46 replies · 103+ views
    Wall Street Journal ^ | 14 November 2007 | PETER BERKOWITZ
    ...But Bush hatred is different. It's not that this time members of the intellectual class have been swept away by passion and become votaries of anger and loathing. Alas, intellectuals have always been prone to employ their learning and fine words to whip up resentment and demonize the competition. Bush hatred, however, is distinguished by the pride intellectuals have taken in their hatred, openly endorsing it as a virtue and enthusiastically proclaiming that their hatred is not only a rational response to the president and his administration but a mark of good moral hygiene....On the contrary, they argued, Bush hatred...