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Biden: GOP audience booing gay soldier was ‘reprehensible’

When asked about the booing of a gay soldier at a recent Republican presidential debate, Vice President Joe Biden was nearly speechless Tuesday, something that does not happen very often. “What did you think of the booing that went on the other day about the gay soldier?” The View‘s Joy…

Michael Moore, Elisabeth Hasselbeck clash on ‘The View’

Elisabeth Hasselbeck, the lone conservative co-host of ABC’s women’s talk show “The View,” took the untypical position of defending President Barack Obama, specifically saying that he made the right decision to order the operation that killed Osama bin Laden. Moore, who’s previously argued that the U.S. “lost something of our…

France fines Google 100,000 euros over Street View

PARIS – France’s data privacy regulator said Monday it had imposed a record fine of 100,000 euros ($142,000) on Google for private information collected while compiling its panoramic Street View service. “It is a record fine since we obtained the power in 2004 to impose financial sanctions in 2004,” the…

Glenn Beck blasted for Japan quake comments

WASHINGTON – US celebrities and media Tuesday blasted right-wing radio host and television presenter Glenn Beck for calling the monster quake that rocked Japan last week a message from God. Actress, author and talk show host Whoopi Goldberg said Beck should “check the mirror” if he thought Friday’s 9.0-magnitude quake…

Blood will be ‘on your hands,’ Whoopie Goldberg warned ‘talking heads’ in March

Whoopi Goldberg may not be the best of talents when it comes to picking scripts that will become breakout hits as films, but she certainly seems to have absolutely nailed a prediction of what America’s political discourse would become in an era of ubiquitous violent rhetoric. During a March 2010…

Google illegally gathered data in South Korea: police

South Korean police have found evidence that Google illegally collected private data while producing its Street View mapping service, a report said Thursday, amid similar claims elsewhere in the world. Yonhap news agency said the police’s cyber crime unit had decoded data stored on hard disks used for Google Street…

FCC votes 3-2 to approve controversial Internet regulations

View the full story here. By a 3-2 vote Tuesday, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) passed controversial “net neutrality” rules aimed at prohibiting internet service providers (ISPs) from discriminating between Internet traffic. Democratic Commissioners Mignon Clyburn and Michael Copps both voted with Chairman Julius Genachowski in favor of the new…

UK: Google was in ‘significant breach’ of data law

British authorities say Google breached UK data law, announce audit of company’s practices Google violated Britain’s data protection laws when its Street View mapping service recorded data from private wireless networks, the country’s information commissioner said Wednesday. The American Internet search giant will escape any fines, however, so long as…

Joy Behar on GOP’s Sharron Angle: ‘She’s going to hell, this bitch’

The View co-star Joy Behar ferociously ripped into Republican US Senate candidate Sharron Angle on Tuesday, repeatedly calling her a “bitch” and declaring that she’s “going to hell.” Angle, who is locked in a tight battle with Democratic Majority Leader Harry Reid, has unleashed a wave of ads starring menacing…

O’Reilly: Extremism is a ‘Muslim problem’

Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly is continuing his mission of highlighting what he calls the “Muslim problem.” On Monday, the Fox News host told guest Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) spokesman Ahmed Rehab that extremism “is a Muslim problem because it’s generated by Muslims almost exclusively, so it is a Muslim…

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