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Schwarzenegger to star in proposed new “Terminator”

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – He said he would be back, and now Arnold Schwarzenegger is doing just that. The action movie hero turned politician is attached to star in a new “Terminator” movie being shopped to Hollywood studios, an industry source said on Wednesday. Schwarzenegger, 63, who played the killing…

Soviet film classics find new life on YouTube

MOSCOW — The Moscow film company behind some of the greatest classics of Soviet cinema on Wednesday said it had agreed to make dozens of its best-known movies freely available on YouTube. The agreement between Mosfilm and YouTube means that an initial batch of 50 films that still have legendary…

Talk show host Nicole Sandler arrested at tea party Rep’s town hall

Update (below): Finally free, Sandler claims she was ‘maced’ by police while in jail Second update (below): Raw Story obtains probable cause document for Sandler’s arrest At a town hall meeting last night in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., staged by Rep. Allen West (R-FL), liberal talk show host Nicole Sandler was…

Pat Robertson: Leftists use abortion to make straight women equal with lesbians

Television evangelist Pat Robertson said Monday on ABC Family’s The 700 Club that progressives support legal access to abortion because they want to make straight women equal with lesbians. While discussing why President Barack Obama supported the funding of Planned Parenthood, Robertson said the far left supported a “culture of…

Huh? Chuck Norris warns Shariah law is coming to the United States

Martial artist and actor Chuck Norris warned that Shariah, the religious law of Islam, is infiltrating American society in an article published by the fringe conservative news website WorldNetDaily. The star of the TV series Walker, Texas Ranger cited five examples of how Shariah law had seeped into society and…

Al-Qaeda wanted to blow up your Sega, and more WikiLeaks shocks

In the midst of the WikiLeaks’ flooding news sites with the release of more than 700 documents relating to the heavy-handedness, confusion and lack of uniform guidelines at the Guantanamo Bay detention facility, it’s inevitable that some information is slipping through the cracks. Here are five things you probably missed…

Humor pub The Onion tricks the New York Times

The New York Times has run many a correction in its more than century and a half run, but it’s doubtful many have been as cringe-worthy as one that ran atop the corrections list in Sunday’s edition of the paper. It reads: A series of pictures last Sunday of covers…

Embattled ‘Three Cups of Tea’ author hospitalized, cancels engagement

Greg Mortenson, co-author of the bestseller Three Cups of Tea has been hospitalized for heart surgery and has canceled a major speaking engagement in Massachusetts. Mortenson was scheduled to address the Massachusetts Conference United Church of Christ, but had to back out in order to undergo surgical repair of a…

Thousands call for overthrow of Syria’s Assad

AMMAN (Reuters) – Thousands of Syrians called for the overthrow of President Bashar al-Assad Sunday at a funeral for protesters killed by security forces in the southern town of Nawa, a witness said. “Long live Syria. Down with Bashar!” the mourners chanted, their calls audible in a telephone call during…

Royal wedding guest list causes controversy

LONDON — The guest list for the royal wedding sparked controversy on Sunday after monarchs from countries with poor rights records were invited but two former prime ministers were not. Rights groups criticised Prince William and Kate Middleton for inviting foreign royals from Bahrain, Swaziland and other nations where authorities…

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