Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Around the Web

Check out Part 1 and Part 2 of Suzanne Venker's 3-part NewsReal series on why marriage matters.

You've gotta be kidding me: someone's turning Maureen Dowd into a sexed-up action heroine in a new comic book? It's so absurd that it would be hilarious...if not for the fact that the plot is yet another way in which entertainment outlets are injecting a false narrative of the Valerie Plame saga into the national consciousness. Historical revisionism is no laughing matter.

First Geraldo Rivera revealed how "open-minded" he was about what "really" happened on 9/11, and now losertarian Judge Andrew Napolitano has joined the Truther brigade. It's way past time for Fox News to can both these clowns.

Comedy great Leslie Nielsen, dead at 84. I plan to take some time this weekend to watch Airplane! in his memory; I'd encourage all of you to do the same.

Donald Douglas slaps around a richly-deserving losertarian blogger.

Neil reminds us that ethanol is a dud.

And this Thanksgiving, I'm really, really thankful for a little wonder-virus called Stuxnet.

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