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Thanksgiving special: Fleischer Studios’ 1939 ‘Gulliver’s Travels’

Two years after the success of Disney’s “Snow White,” the Fleischer Studios released this adaptation of the Lilliput segment of Irishman Daniel Swift’s famous satirical novel, in which Gulliver contends as a giant with a kingdom or two of smaller beings. It was the first of only two feature-length movies…

Thanksgiving special: D.W. Griffith’s ‘Intolerance: Love’s Struggle Through the Ages’

“Intolerance: Love’s Struggle Through the Ages” is D.W. Griffith’s very, very expensive follow up to his highly successful (and racist) “Birth of a Nation,” issued in the midst of World War I. Some say, when costs are adjusted for inflation, it remains the most expensive movie yet made. And yet…

French police clash with anti-nuclear activists

Baton-wielding French police battled anti-nuclear protesters Wednesday as the last train carrying German nuclear waste treated in France set off on its journey home. A mobile police canteen was set on fire by demonstrators and at least three people were hurt, two protesters and a riot officer. Spooked by Japan’s…

Pat Robertson: Is ‘mac and cheese’ for Thanksgiving ‘a black thing?’

In the mind of Pat Robertson, macaroni and cheese is exclusively just for African-Americans. The 700 Club host shared his interesting perspective and curiosity Wednesday morning, asking co-host Kristi Watts (who is black) about the famous dish after her interview with Condoleezza Rice revealed that the former Secretary of State said it…

Pat Robertson: Is ‘mac and cheese’ for Thanksgiving ‘a black thing?’

In the mind of Pat Robertson, macaroni and cheese is exclusively just for African-Americans. The 700 Club host shared his interesting perspective and curiosity Wednesday morning, asking co-host Kristi Watts (who is black) about the famous dish after her interview with Condoleezza Rice revealed that the former Secretary of State said…

Egyptian activist: U.S.-supplied teargas ‘clinging to my lungs’

An Egyptian activist says that the U.S. is still providing the teargas the Egyptian military has been using to crackdown on protesters this week. Khalid Abdalla, who has also starred in movies such as The Kite Runner, United 93 and Green Zone, told CBS News Wednesday that he had recently…

Helicopter crashes while setting up Christmas tree

In probably the most dramatic delivery of a Christmas tree ever, a New Zealand helicopter pilot was uninjured after being involved in a major crash Wednesday afternoon. According to “News ONE,” pilot Greg Gribble was using the helicopter to set up the Telecom Christmas Tree when the chopper’s main rotor…

Bachmann may have leaked classified information during GOP debate

Americans probably had no idea that six of Pakistan’s nuclear sites had come under jihadist attack. That is, until Republican presidential candidate spilled the beans on national television Tuesday. During the CNN-hosted Republican presidential debate on national security, Bachmann, who serves on the House Intelligence Committee, revealed that 15 nuclear…

Ron Paul: War on drugs undermines civil liberties

Texas Rep. Ron Paul said during Tuesday night’s Republican presidential debate that the war on drugs should end. After saying the border between Mexico and the U.S. needed to be secured and the welfare state needed to be rolled back, Paul described the war on drugs as “a total failure”…

At GOP debate, Santorum claims Africa is a ‘country’

Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum became the latest Republican presidential candidate to misspeak about Africa Tuesday. During CNN’s debate on foreign policy, Santorum said that “Africa was a country,” instead of a continent. Former Bush Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz, who now serves as a scholar for the American Enterprise Institute,…

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