Friday

VIDEO: Randi Rhodes On Larry King

Censure of Bush May Be Appropriate, US Senator Leahy Says

Patrick Leahy, the senior Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, said he is ``inclined to believe'' it's appropriate to censure. Bloomberg

Blair will be gone by Christmas, say friends

Tony Blair is to announce his resignation by Christmas, members of his inner circle believe. Telegraph UK via RAW STORY

FEMA Rap For Kidz

"OMG OMG BEST FEDERAL GOVERNMENT WEBSITE SO FAR." Wonkette

Condi admits thousands of "tactical errors" in Iraq

Hey, what's a few thousand tactical errors -- they only mean tens of thousands dead, hundreds of billions wasted and an intractable quagmire: AMERICAblog

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VIDEO: 9 to 5 Is 25

AUDIO: Pet Shop Boys "I'm With Stupid" (Saint Ken Anthem Mix)

Behold the cube

Via TOWLEROAD: ManyHighways has some shots of the new Apple Store opening in midtown Manhattan later this year.

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Gadgets to help you keep track of your dog

The first product called Petscell from PetsMobility is actually a small waterproof cell phone for your dog to wear on his collar. Mobility Site

New York Post gets down in the dumps

Tens of thousands of New York Posts were dumped at two recycling centers yesterday morning, just hours after being printed, in a bizarre circulation ploy that has already come to the attention of newspaper circulation authorities. NY Daily News

Randi Rhodes On Larry King Tonight

Catch Randi TONIGHT on CNN’s Larry King Live (on after Bill Clinton)


VIDEO CLIP: YouTube

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Sirius 22: The Smiths’ Reunion Weekend

All weekend long it's nothing but The Smiths and Morrissey music including rare tracks, live songs and the premiere of Morrissey’s new CD before it hits stores. The Smiths’ Reunion Weekend - exclusively on First Wave! Try Sirius Online FREE for 3 Days!

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Stone and 'Basic Instinct 2' are more silly than steamy

Absurdly overheated and unforgivably dull, ''Basic Instinct 2" is the accidental comedy sensation of the year to date...Boston Globe

Protests as Rice begins UK visit

Protesters carrying anti-war banners have booed and heckled the US Secretary of State, calling her a war criminal and human rights abuser as she began a tour of northern England. Playfuls

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Britney Goes for Laughs on Will & Grace

My real name is Peg, and I'm a hardcore lesbian."

Wait, there's more. Amber rattles off all the things she's into, including "leather play." She adds, “Whatever you got, I'll eat it, snort it or ride it, baby." Watch This Scene: YouTube

People Magazine

"Thank You for Smoking": Funny but Filtered

Allow me to slip on my movie critic's hat, and offer up a rave review of Thank You for Smoking. Arianna Huffington

Dems Pick Up Serious Steam In Latest Polls...

Rep. John Conyers: Release the Hadley Memo

The most infamous example of the Administration's manipulation of pre-war intelligence is the sixteen words in the 2003 State of the Union Address, in which the President falsely claimed to the American people and the Congress that Iraq was attempting to acquire uranium from Africa. HuffPo via Yahoo

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DaimlerChrysler having Smart rethink

US-German automaker DaimlerChrylser is dropping its four passenger Smart car in order to focus its attentions on the two-seater version. ABRO

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Nick Berg's father runs for Congress

Michael Berg, a veteran anti-war activist and retired schoolteacher who campaigns in jeans and a T-shirt, is the Green Party candidate for the Delaware seat of seven-term Republican Rep. Michael Castle. Reuters via RAW STORY

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Air America returns a voice to wilderness

Just when I thought all was lost in a conservative storm of bitterness and blindness, a light has shown through the clouds of darkness. AZ Central

Air America Radio Turns Two Today

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VIDEO: Stephanie Miller On Hannity & Colmes

Stephanie to Sean: "You're a big hunk of satanic stud meat"

Additional Info: The Stephanie Miller Show
VIDEO: Stephanie Miller on Hannity & Colmes 9/15/06

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Thursday

VIDEO: Rachel Maddow & Tucker Carlson Debate 9/11

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The beginning of the warm season is coming sooner than expected

The start-date for spring in New England now falls at least a week earlier than it did in 1850, says a report written by a group of climate scientists, who attribute the shift to global warming. Drawing from a wealth of different sources, the report, titled "Evidence of Early Spring," provides major evidence of the ongoing impacts of climate change on our ecosystems. Seed Magazine

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VIDEO: Britney Spears - Will And Grace (Preview Clip)

DELIRIUM "A Cirque du Soleil Live Music Event"

Visit Cirque Du Soleil for the latest on DELIRIUM, including tour dates, updates and more.

DVD Review: Memoirs of a Geisha

Iran given stark nuclear choice

Iran has 30 days to return to the negotiating table or face isolation, foreign ministers from the US and five other major powers have warned. BBC

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Pentagon to test 700-ton explosive; will send mushroom cloud over Las Vegas...

Today's Immigration Battle - Corporatists vs. Racists (and Labor is Left Behind)

Americans will do virtually any job if they're paid a decent wage. This isn't about immigration - it's about economics. Industry and agriculture won't collapse without illegal labor, but the middle class is being crushed by it. Thom Hartmann via Common Dreams

Fox News: Keep Out ‘Freeloading Illegals’ By ‘Gutting Welfare’ Think Progress

After 2 years, Air America grows progressively upbeat

The ride has been as rocky as any 19th-century wagon train, and it's still not clear where the network is ultimately headed. NY Daily News

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Grobag Egg Room Thermometer

Geneva iPod Sound System

Model XL $1075

Spring Forward and Miss a Meeting

When April 2 rolls around, most Americans will set clocks an hour forward, lament the prospect of less sleep, and take comfort in the promise of longer evening light.

In Indiana, however, IT workers will be awaiting potential disaster. WIRED NEWS

FLORIDA ATTORNEY GENERAL SUBPOENAS ELECTRONIC VOTING MACHINE COMPANIES!

Investigation Into Refusal by Companies to do Business with Leon County, FL Election Supervisor Who Discovered Diebold E-Voting Security Flaw! BradBlog

Evangelicals one of only Christian groups divided over immigration

Interesting. Immigration is proving to be a wedge issue not just with Republicans, but also with evangelicals. AMERICAblog

VIDEO FLASHBACK: Night Ranger "Sister Christian"

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VIDEO: And you thought it was over

War on Christianity: Al Sharpton gets into it with Tony Perkins on Hardball today discussing this meme. Crooks & Liars

Peeps invade City Hall!

Gay men should stop marrying Liza Minnelli, deadpanned Stephanie Miller


Laughs take trophy in Left versus Right debate
Laughs punctuated serious reflection in a Left versus Right political debate among radio talk show humorists held at San Francisco City Hall. San Francisco Sentinel

The Stephanie Miller Show: Listen Live 9AM - Noon ET

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CNN Pipeline is Free today!

Wednesday

VIDEO: Prince "Black Sweat"

VIDEO: Sharon Stone Supports Sheen's Public Statements on 9/11

Liza at her Zenith

That rare bird who has an Oscar, Grammy, Tony and Emmy, Minnelli was insistently a creature of the '70s, though even then she seemed vaudevillian. She's the disco Dorian Gray decked out in Halston sequins. Halston, Warhol, Steve Rubell and his Studio 54, and the cocaine diet of the day are all gone. Minnelli's still here. SJMN

AUDIO: Madonna "I Love New York" (DJ Blaine Meets Hefty Lefty Anthem)

Click To Play: QuickTime

Todays edition of SUN paper publishes an interesting article on Madonna's upcoming live show... Her Madjesty is recreating wild scenes from notorious New York nightclub Studio 54 — famous for its debauched antics and drug-fuelled dancing in the Seventies. Drowned Madonna

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Gorbachev: Governments squandered post-Cold War opportunities

Gorbachev said the world community is backsliding, once again deciding war is a way to solve problems. He chided the notion that democracy can be spread by force. Miami Herald

PITNB: "Anticipating"

Australia battens hatches again

Australia is bracing for its second major cyclone in two weeks as a storm with winds of around 280km/h (175mph) headed for its western coast. BBC

VIDEO: Brush Fire Forces Shutdown Of Florida Turnpike

Unlikely Roomates

Apple Releases Software to Set iPod Volume

Owners of recent iPods will now be able to set how loud their digital music players can go. Yahoo

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Blair talks of climate change revolution

A technological revolution is needed if the world is to tackle climate change, Tony Blair said yesterday. The Herald

TOWLEROAD: "Warblings from the Music World"

Morrissey has never been especially cheerful, but it sounds like he really got up on the wrong side of the bed in an interview he did recently with Uncut magazine. TOWLEROAD

Related:
Morrissey boycotts Canada ITV
Morrissey moved after house address became known IOL
Morrissey Moves on From Miserable, Discovers Libido in New CD Bloomberg

VIDEO FLASHBACK: Morrissey "Suedehead"

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VIDEO FLASHBACK: Anastacia "I'm Outta Love"

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Arjan Writes: Interview with Anastacia

Anastacia is one of the biggest popstars in Europe and Asia who has sold over 21 million albums since her debut in 2002. In her homeland, however, the Chicago pop singer has decided to stay low-key to maintain her privacy. Arjan Writes

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VIDEO: Heckuva Puzzling Interview, Brownie

VIDEO: The Daily Show in Denmark

Daily show correspondent Jason Jones plays the role of the ugly American in Denmark. He's in search of the story of the Danish cartoons and why the world hates the Danes. One Good Move

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VIDEO: Only on FOX

"Could 9/11 have been avoided if Moussaoui was tortured?"

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Olbermann tops Zahn in key sector

The folks at MSNBC's Secaucus, N.J., headquarters had something to smile about Tuesday. For the first time in almost five years, the third-place cable news channel had a prime-time victory to crow about... LA Times

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Judge tosses Log Cabin Republicans Don't Ask Don't Tell lawsuit

The United States Dictrict Court in the Ninth Circuit of central California has dismissed a lawsuit filed by the Log Cabin Republicans (LCR) against the US Military's Don't Ask Don't Tell policy PageOneQ has learned.

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AP says they based article on Raw Story report but refuses to credit or correct

Their article, "Security Clearance Rules May Impede Gays," signaled an apparent Bush Administration attempt to tighten security clearances with regard to gay Americans. It attributed the discovery of the clearance changes to gay rights groups – a factually inaccurate statement which the agency has refused to correct. RAW STORY

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VIDEO: Author says Bush war bound from beginning

'Lawless World' book highlights confidential memos. MSNBC VIDEO


Schiavo family feud reaches bookshops

Nearly a year after the death of Terri Schiavo, a family feud over the irreversibly brain damaged woman has been further strained with the release of competing memoirs by her husband and parents. Guardian UK

The Survey Says O'Hurley

Actor John O’Hurley is replacing Richard Karn as host of the syndicated Family Feud beginning next season. B&C

McCain To Speak With Radical Right's Falwell

Woman ticketed for 'BUSHIT' sticker

VIDEO FLASHBACK: Bonnie Tyler "Total Eclipse of The Heart"

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VIDEO: Cal Thomas attacked Cindy Sheehan biopic as "liberal porno film"

On Fox News Watch, Cal Thomas called an upcoming film about anti-war activist Cindy Sheehan "a liberal porno film." Thomas then claimed that Sheehan has "manipulated" the death of her son in the Iraq war "for her own political ends. Her son was a volunteer." Media Matters

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World Treated to Rare Total Eclipse of Sun

US researchers close to developing anti-HIV pill

Twenty-five years after the first AIDS cases jolted the world, scientists think they soon may have a pill that people could take to keep from getting the virus that causes the global killer. Totonto Star

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Sunday

VIDEO: Markos of Daily Kos on "Reliable Sources"

Markos appeared on "Reliable Sources," today and explained the impact bloggers are having in politics today.

Crooks & Liars

VIDEO: Real Time "Do Unto Others"

Saturday

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Friday

'Inside Man'

VIDEO FLASHBACK: George Michael "Flawless"

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Christian group backs off case against blog parody

A Christian group that promotes heterosexuality Thursday quietly dropped its beef against a blogger who poked fun at it. USA Today

Gay wedding ban on Fla. ballot

The Florida Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously approved putting a citizen initiative about banning same-sex marriage on the 2008 ballot. news-press.com

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VIDEO: Malco Vision "Is That a Saddlehorn in Your Pocket ..."

VIDEO: We Have A Fire In The Studio. We're Out Of Here"...

Get Off the Grid: Air-X Personal Wind Turbine

Its carbon fiber composite blades slow down automatically if the wind is blowing too hard. The 46-inch turbine sells for $499. Gizmodo

High-tech car keys causing low-tech hassles

A study of the cost of replacing electronic keys for automobiles found that the highest key replacement cost was $335 for a 2004 Lexus IS300.MSNBC

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Post-Katrina landscape: Refrigerators gone, abandoned cars linger

The floodwaters are long gone from Dorothy Williams' house, but there is one reminder of Hurricane Katrina she cannot seem to get rid of _ the water-damaged car in front of her home. Planet Save

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Cassini Team Ponders Saturn Moons

General Pace says terror war will continue for years

The head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff says Iraq and Afghanistan will become stable over time but that won't end the war on terror. AP

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The Ground Zero Grassy Knoll

A new generation of conspiracy theorists is at work on a secret history of New York’s most terrible day. NY Metro Magazine


No Longer The Minority: 82% Plus Support Charlie Sheen Prison Planet

London 'under water by 2100' as Antarctica crumbles into the sea

DOZENS of the world’s cities, including London and New York, could be flooded by the end of the century, according to research which suggests that global warming will increase sea levels more rapidly than was previously thought. Telegraph UK via HuffPo

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Comets May Be the Source of Earth's Water?

Astronomers have discovered three icy comets that may help explain how the Earth's oceans might have formed. These new comets have asteroid-like orbits, and formed in the warm inner Solar System, not in the outer reaches like most comets. IR

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'Help wanted' in Hawaii

Jamba Juice, a rapidly expanding fruit smoothie chain of outlets, offers a US$10 000 bonus to store managers who stay on the job for three years. AP

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State Dept. criticized for purchasing Chinese PCs

A State Department purchase of more than 15,000 computers built by the Lenovo Group of China is starting to draw criticism in the latest sign of American unease about the role of foreign companies in the American economy. CNET

Cars Burned, Shops Smashed, Tear Gas, Smoke... Paris Erupts In Violence...

Shops and cars were set ablaze and police stoned in the tourist heart of Paris last night after a jobs law protest by tens of thousands of young people degenerated into random violence. Independent UK

Mon Dieu! Don't MiniTel Apple

The digital music market is still experimenting with different business models and products, and Apple is not the only player in the game. Governments from all countries need to back off and let entrepreneurs find the best ways to serve. MNW

Commerce chief supports Apple's protest over French law

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Microsoft repositions Office 2007 'track' to coincide with Vista launch

Microsoft this morning confirmed it is delaying consumer release of its Office 2007 applications suite to coincide with its consumer release of Windows Vista, now scheduled for January. TG Daily

Vista getting 60% code rewrite? Engadget

VIDEO: Barbara Bush WPITW

Thursday

Cubicle Beautification Project

Give your cubicle a makeover that will leave it looking more like a place you want to spend time. Fortune

Severe Weather: South Florida & Hawaii

Public service ads aim to raise awareness about global warming

In a series of TV and radio spots that one publicist termed "edgy" - and that a global warming skeptic called "the ultimate triumph of propaganda over science" - the group is hoping to spawn a massive shift in social awareness that will send millions rushing to turn down their thermostats, inflate their car tires and recycle their plastic. KansasCity.Com via Drudge

VIDEO: Chemtrails - Goodbye Blue Sky

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Future unknown for Air America In Atlanta

The sale of one of the only liberal radio talk stations in town raises the question of what's happening to media voices in Atlanta. Continued

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VIDEO: Brakes "All Night Disco Party"


Stream: WMV or Real

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The Killers Headline Miami Dance-Music Fest

It’s no surprise that this year’s Ultra Music Festival will have superstar DJs unleashing electronic beats from their computers and turntables for gyrating dancers.

But the Killers? A rock band headlining a dance-music festival?
MSNBC

FYI: Expect DJs to rule SoBe for M3 and WMC Miami Herald

ultramusicfestival.com

Designer Makes Brooches From Roaches

Miami Janitors Agreement Sets Positive Precedent

University of Miami President Donna Shalala announced a sweeping series of changes last week that will benefit the school’s 900 contract employees, including janitors, groundskeepers and food service workers. CBS4

ABC NEWS EXEC: 'BUSH MAKES ME SICK'; E-MAIL REVEALED

The email is 18 months old?
John Green, currently executive producer of the weekend edition of GOOD MORNING AMERICA, unloaded on the president in an ABC company email obtained by the DRUDGE REPORT.

Specter Takes Senate Lead on Eavesdropping

"They want to do just as they please, for as long as they can get away with it," Senate Judiciary Chairman Arlen Specter, R-Pa., said in an interview with The Associated Press. "I think what is going on now without congressional intervention or judicial intervention is just plain wrong." AP

Katrina funds earmarked to pay for Neil Bush's software program

Former first lady Barbara Bush donated an undisclosed amount of money to the Bush-Clinton Katrina Fund with specific instructions that the money be spent with an educational software company owned by her son Neil. Houston Chronicle

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Ride It Paris

HBO, BBC co-produce film on Pinochet arrest in London

The US cable channel HBO and Britain's BBC are reportedly co-producing a television film about Chilean ex-dictator Augusto Pinochet's 503 days in detention in London in the late 1990s. SAWF

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VH1 Classic to Air the Classic 80s Music Video '99 Luftballons' for an Entire Hour on Sunday, March 26

VH1 Classic, the home of music lovers' favorite music videos, will bring viewers a full hour of "99 Luftballons" to cap off its "Pay To Play for Hurricane Katrina Relief" fundraising campaign. The initiative raised over $200,000 for the humanitarian relief organization Mercy Corps and its
Hurricane Katrina efforts. PR Newswire via Defamer

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VIDEO FLASHBACK: Tears For Fears "Everybody Wants To Rule The World"

ACLU Intervenes in Ex-Gay Parody Case

The case of Justin Watt, a blogger who created a parody of an Exodus International billboard, has been taken up by the ACLU. TOWLEROAD

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Alleged Skid Row Dumping Is Captured on Videotape

Authorities on Wednesday released a videotape of what they say is the dumping of a 63-year-old patient from Kaiser Permanente's Bellflower hospital in gown and slippers onto the streets of skid row, eliciting an apology from hospital officials. LA Times

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Gay activists confront Dem senators

Eight Democratic senators listened to complaints last week from gay activists that they and their party colleagues have hindered progress on gay rights, according to several participants in the meeting. Washington Blade via Queerty

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VIDEO: Charlie Sheen talks about September 11th (CNN)

Celebrity 'Gossip Rag' Lives Up To Its Name

Celebrity Los Angeles based gossip e-rag Defamer was one of the few, amidst the mainstream blackout, to pick up on Charlie Sheen's 9/11 comments. Using the pathetic tactic of attacking the messenger rather than the message the Defamer sought to label Sheen's statements as crackpot conspiracy theory.

The Defamer admits in the article that they didn't even take the time to listen to Sheen's interview with Alex Jones. Prison Planet via What Really Happened

SHEEN: WHAT 9/11 HIJACKERS? New York Post

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Fight the filthy bird flu!

Mary B. Townsend, a health-care expert with a master's degree in nursing, says you've got a decent chance of avoiding the killer flu by following some basic rules. SPLOID

VIDEO: South Park "Tossed Chef Salad"