Thursday, February 5, 2015

Fox News Exec Explains Decision to Publish ISIS Execution Video; Fends Off Critics

Fox News Exec Explains Decision to Publish ISIS Execution Video; Fends Off Critics
We spoke by phone Wednesday afternoon with Fox News EVP John Moody, who further explained the network’s decision to post the full, unedited footage of Muath al-Kasaesbeh‘s immolation death at the hands of ISIS jihadists.

Nothing says Fox News more, than gathering the family around a huge plasma TV and watching a beheading. I miss the days when snuff films were illegal in the good old USA..

The World Is A Safer Place Without Saddam

Brian Williams apologizes for 1 lie about Iraq; while somewhere Cheney counts money and Bush paints a watercolor of a puppy.- John Fugelsang

20th Highjacker Says Saudi Royals Funded al-Qaida. I Wonder If That Was Before Or After The Royals Kicked Out bin-Laden in 2000?
Zacarias Moussaoui, a former al-Qaida operative sometimes referred to as the "20th hijacker" involved in the 9/11 attacks, claims that members of the Saudi royal family supported the terrorist organization.

The American Society of Civil Engineers gave infrastructure a D+ but it's all just part of Obama's Socialist plot to employ 1000s fixing roads & bridges.- John Fugelsang

Republican Shenanigans

Look, the GOP knows their 56 votes to repeal Obamacare won't end it; they just want the 15 million people using it to know they hate them.- Tea Party Cat

Rand Paul and Netanyahu
 Rand Paul’s top digital strategist is working for Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s re-election campaign.

HEADLINE: Gay Friends of Mike Huckabee Wish He Would Quit Using Them As Human Shields. .- Tea Party Cat

California Moves to Ban All Vaccination Exemptions
Gov. Jerry Brown, who preserved religious exemptions to state vaccination requirements in 2012, on Wednesday appeared open to legislation that would eliminate all but medical waivers.

Rock The Voter News

During an interview last weekend, President Obama was talking about the next race for president and refused to choose between Hillary Clinton and Joe Biden, saying quote, “Love 'em both.” Which was nice until he said he’d support the nominee, regardless of who she is.- Jimmy Fallon

Republican Governor Rick Scott, off to a rocky start in his second term in office, faced an extraordinary meeting on Thursday with Florida's Cabinet in which he admitted botching the ouster of the state’s top police administrator.

This post is a gentle reminder that Ronald Reagan and Sylvester Stallone are to the left of Harry Reid on assault weapons.- John Fugelsang

Jeb Bush can say George W. is a great brother but thinking W. is a great president should disqualify you from picking out your own socks. - LOLGOP

 Click here for The Charmed Time

The GOP has a plan if the Court guts the Affordable Care Act:
Let people die and blame Obama. - LOLGOP

Business/Tech News

President Obama unveiled a $4 trillion budget for 2016 that would increase taxes on the wealthy and spend more money on education. He also made a snowball and put it in the oven, just to see which would last longer, his budget or the snowball.- Jimmy Fallon

Good News!
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler revealed Wednesday that he'll propose applying decades-old communications rules to Internet service providers to ensure that the Internet remains open to all legal content, an option that cable companies and other ISPs had feared and fought against vigorously.

Harper Lee announced today that she will release a sequel to "To Kill a Mockingbird,” which was published in 1960. Apparently she releases a new book every time the measles comes back.- Seth Myers

Kim Kardashian said during a Q & A yesterday that she'd like to take a selfie with Jesus. Though I think most people would say that Jesus has suffered enough.- Seth Myers



Odd News

Time To Deflate Photo

An instrument on NASA’s Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) captured its 100 millionth image of the sun. The instrument is the Atmospheric Imaging Assembly, or AIA, which uses four telescopes working parallel to gather eight images of the sun—cycling through 10 different wavelengths—every 12 seconds. This is a processed image of SDO multi-wavelength blend from Jan. 19, 2015, the date of the spacecraft’s 100 millionth image release.


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