Monthly Archives: November 2010

Hillary Clinton "should resign"

Okay, you can stop laughing at this point. No, really. Come on, stop. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange attracted more attention to himself today, but for something he did. Rather, it was for something he said:   “…she should resign if … Continue reading

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Watch FOX News if…

…you want to see the Republican presidential aspirants attempt to bolster their chances for success. My opinion? No. Instead it is political strategist Dick Morris making that claim. At one point, Morris writes: The quarter finals will not be waged … Continue reading

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I’ve been thinking…

…and, yes, I know — that can be a dangerous thing. You should see the smoke coming from my ears; the gears inside my head are straining at this point. Seriously, play along with me here for a minute — … Continue reading

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It’s a little too little…it’s a little too late

If you are old enough to remember that line from a Pat Benatar song, then you might want to sing it as you walk past the White House today. The Obama administration is now clamping down on the sharing of … Continue reading

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An iPad-only newspaper

It’s coming…thanks to Rupert Murdoch. This report comes on the heels of one critic suggesting that the newspaper industry’s belief that digital devices such as Kindle and the iPad is shortsighted.

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Good evening…

…topping our news tonight: A fire which hurt no one but is amazingly important to us here at Brainless News because we have great video of flames! Let’s go live to our reporter Bubble Brain for more on this story! … Continue reading

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If North Korea collapsed…

This from the New York Times: With North Korea reeling from economic and succession crises, American and South Korean officials early this year secretly began gaming out what would happen if the North, led by one of the world’s most … Continue reading

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