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New Hitchens documentary questions religion

“Collision” is a new documentary that explores whether religion is good for the world. The film features atheist Christopher Hitchens and pastor Douglas Wilson. This video is from Fox News’ Fox & Friends, broadcast Oct. 26, 2009. Download video via RawReplay.com…

Perino: Virginia election not a referendum on Obama

Many believe that the gubernatorial elections in Virginia and New Jersey serve as an early test for President Barack Obama’s popularity but former White House press secretary Dana Perino doesn’t see it that way. Fox News’ Steve Doocy asked Perino if she thought the elections were a referendum on Obama…

Former Fox News pundit quit because of Beck

A former pundit on Fox News is now telling why she quit the network. Jane Hall, now an associate professor at American University, told CNN’s Howard Kurtz that the emergence of Glenn Beck and dwindling debate caused her to leave. “There’s less debate and I’m uncomfortable with Beck who should…

Podesta: Bush administration only spent one hour on Afghanistan report

In his recent remarks to the Center for Security Policy, former Vice President Dick Cheney implied that the Bush Administration was responsible for President Barack Obama’s strategy in Afghanistan. In the fall of 2008, fully aware of the need to meet new challenges being posed by the Taliban, we dug…

Tavis Smiley on Predator strikes: ‘Killing is killing’

Jane Mayer’s expose in the The New Yorker explains how the U.S. is conducting a secret war in Pakistan using unmanned Predator drones. Americans have largely come to accept the Predator drone strikes as necessary but PBS’ Tavis Smiley warned the attacks could turn futures generations against the U.S. “Killing…

Chris Wallace compares White House ‘war on Fox’ to gangster tactics

President Barack Obama accused Fox News as operating in a talk radio format. Fox News only strengthened that argument Sunday as they allowed only White House detractors to comment on the situation. Chris Wallace went so far as to suggest the White House was using mob tactics in it’s “war…

Sen. Levin: Cheney attack on Obama ‘out of bounds’

Former Vice President Dick Cheney has gone too far with his latest attack against President Barack Obama, according to Sen. Carl Levin. “The comments of the former vice president were totally out of bounds. I don’t think he has any credibility left with the American people,” Levin told Fox News’…

Judith Miller: ‘No one ever waterboarded at Gitmo’

In an interview with PJTV’s Bill Whittle on Friday, former New York Times reporter and now Fox News pundit Judith Miller had nothing but praise for the U.S. detention facility at Guantanamo Bay, and claimed that not only was no one ever subjected waterboarding there, but that any harsh treatment…

Grayson: Cheney has ‘blood that drips from his teeth’

Rep. Alan Grayson has become quite famous for making incendiary sound bites and his latest appearance on MSNBC’s Hardball proves to be no exception. When asked about former Vice President Cheney’s latest attack on President Barack Obama’s Afghanistan policy, Grayson replied, “I have trouble listening to what he says sometimes…

Judge rejects Blackwater attempt to dismiss case

Author Jeremy Scahill tells DemocracyNow’s Amy Goodman that a federal judge’s rejection of Blackwater’s attempt to dismiss a case against it is a win for the victims. The Nation has more details here. This video is from LinkTV’s DemocracyNow!, broadcast Oct. 23, 2009. Download video via RawReplay.com…

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