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Obama thanks military members and volunteers on Thanksgiving

President Obama wished the American people a happy Thanksgiving on Thursday, saying he was especially thankful for military service members and soup kitchen volunteers. “We’re especially grateful for the Americans who defend our country overseas. To all the service members eating Thanksgiving dinner far from your families, the American people…

A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving GOP debate

Hoping to freshen up a Charlie Brown Thanksgiving special from 1973, Jimmy Kimmel replaced the audio with Rick Perry and Mitt Romney arguing during a Republican presidential debate in October. Watch video, uploaded to YouTube, below:…

Russian anchor fired after flipping off Obama

A Russian newsreader has been fired after she “flipped the bird” to the camera after mentioning President Barack Obama, according to the Telegraph. Tatyana Limanova, an award-winning newsreader, was talking about Russian President Dmitry Medvedev assuming the chairmanship of the Asia Pacific Cooperation organization. When she mentioned the post was…

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…

Malaysian ‘tribunal’ finds Bush, Blair guilty of war crimes

A symbolic tribunal in Malaysia ruled unanimously Tuesday that former U.S. President George W. Bush and former British Prime Minister Tony Blair were both guilty of “crimes against peace” for the 2003 invasion of Iraq. The Kuala Lumpur War Crimes Tribunal, part of an initiative by former Malaysian premier Mahathir…

Abusive Texas judge claims child abuse victims are ‘fantasizers’

An Aransas County judge, who was caught on tape brutally beating his daughter, has been suspended by the Texas Supreme Court. Judge William Adams (R) agreed to a suspension without pay while the State Commission on Judicial Conduct investigates the allegations against him, according to The Associated Press. The clerk…

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