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Anonymous: James O’Keefe lives with his parents

A group of hacktivists associated with “Anonymous” and the AntiSec movement on Wednesday published the personal information of conservative prankster James O’Keefe online. Going by the name CabinCr3w, the group announced it had published details relating to his age, home address, probation officer, education, family, and work because he worked…

Hannity thanks Williams, Jr. for not apologizing, even though he did

Hank Williams Jr. probably doesn’t have to worry about Sean Hannity ever criticizing him. On Monday’s edition of Hannity, the conservative host praised the country singer for not saying sorry right after comparing President Barack Obama to Hitler onFox & Friends interview last week. “Frankly I’m glad that you said…

FBI arrests suspect over hacking Hollywood stars

The Federal Bureau of Investigation announced Wednesday the arrest of a suspect over the alleged hacking of Hollywood celebrities including Scarlett Johansson and Christina Aguilera. Christopher Chaney, 35, was arrested in Jacksonville, Florida as a result of an 11-month investigation into hacking involving celebrity victims also including the actress Mila…

Jackson couldn’t have killed himself: autopsy doc

Michael Jackson could not have caused his own death by self-administering a powerful sedative, the medic who carried out his autopsy said, as a graphic photo of the star’s corpse was released. Christopher Rogers, who examined the King of Pop’s body after his June 2009 death, said it was more likely…

Bill Maher praises ‘Occupy Wall Street’ for being militantly vague

Comedian Bill Maher said Tuesday night on MSNBC’s The Rachel Maddow Show that the “Occupy Wall Street” movement could be “the wind at the back” of Barack Obama and other Democrats, who tend to lapse into “centrism.” “And this could be it,” he said. “So what that there message is…

Parody: Elizabeth Warren running for Senate to ‘f*ck some sh*t up’

In announcing her bid for the United States Senate, Elizabeth Warren explained that she is running so Americans will have the opportunity to use their “revenge voucher” to kick anyone from Wall Street “right in the balls.” The enterprising candidate also suggested that the wealthy should “stop being such dicks…

Coulter: Chris Wallace should be ‘punched’ for asking Santorum about gays

Conservative columnist Ann Coulter is so upset at Fox News host Chris Wallace for asking Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum about gays in the military that she is advocating violence. In asking Santorum about the military’s now-repealed gay ban Sunday, Wallace had compared the integration of blacks to the integration…

Shuttered News of the World sales go to charity

LONDON (Reuters) - Rupert Murdoch’s News International is to donate 2.8 million pounds ($4.4 million) from the last edition of theNews of the World, it said on Tuesday, as it set out how it had handled the closure of the tabloid at the center of a phone-hacking scandal. Tom Mockridge, the chief executive…

Russell Simmons says Occupy Wall St. goal is simple: Power to the people

Hip-hop pioneer Russell Simmons said Monday night on Countdown with Keith Olbermann that despite frequent criticism that the “Occupy Wall Street” movement had no specific purpose or grievances, the goal of the demonstration was quite simple. “They’re at Wall Street because Wall Street runs our government and they’d like to,”…

Hank Williams Jr. lashes out at media in new song

NASHVILLE, Tenn (Reuters) – Country singer Hank Williams Jr., whose theme song was pulled from “Monday Night Football” after he compared President Barack Obama to Adolf Hitler, lashed out at the media on Monday with a topical song called “Keep the Change.” The track, which borrows its title and certain…

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