England apparently has an old law that makes it a punishable offense to knowingly make false claims about a political opponent. Why doesn’t the rest of the world have this law and why isn’t it vigorously enforced?
(via Political Irony)
MSNBC suspends Keith Olbermann without pay for donating to three Democratic candidates’ political campaigns. Idiotic comments about how Olbermann is a hypocrite for criticizing News Corp.’s GOP contributions and how MSNBC is really just as bad as Fox News in 5 … 4 … 3 …
Roger Ebert’s eloquent, poignant journal entry on loneliness and those caught in it. He is so very lucky.
Philadelphia cops twice arrest John Solomon [pictured] and confiscate his legal gun and permit, because of his “insolence” – for “loitering” at a bus stop. As usual, I’m sure his appearance has nothing to do with it.
(via The Agitator)
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