Angstrom H. Truedaberg, the Chronicle’s resident schlemiel, said, “These folks are expressing their right to exist. Many-a-Mensch took to the streets on this July 4th. I’m proud to be a part of such a peaceful, compassionate movement like Liberal Zionism.” . . .
Hedges said while he and Dr. Cornel West were having dinner, the two of them recused lazy journalism professors and other intellectuals of being too busy to support free speech. . . .
The 2014 World Cup will be the safest, most patriotic World Cup ever, gaming officials said Monday. . . .
AUSTIN, TEXAS — This afternoon federal agents killed Alex Jones and 52 Genesis Communications Network associates, each with two gunshot wounds to the back of the head. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, now investigating the incident, describes these wounds as “self-inflicted.” Before the standoff reached its bloody conclusion, White House . . .
Wednesday Photo of Genesis Communications Network Compound: File
MOUNT CARMEL, TEXAS –Alex Jones, famous shock-jock and gun enthusiast responsible for popularizing Waco conspiracies, found his compound under siege after a brief, but violent, confrontation with local police. After recently claiming to own over 500 assault weapons on-air, police responding to a noise complaint decided . . .
THE UNITED STATES ATTEMPTS TO BASTARDIZE CHRONICLE.SU GOOD STANDING WITH SINGLE-MINDED PEOPLE . . .
LOS ANGELES – The fear generated by the death of a man Internet spectators thought could have been the coroner for recently deceased right-wing pundit Andrew Breitbart is evocative of when Firedoglake Publisher Jane Hamsher and The Nation Publisher Katrina famously argued about their respective coverages of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and the death of Vince . . .
Baltimore – Sunni Khalid posted a “controversial” question on Facebook regarding America’s involvement with Israel and has been fired. Tyler Bass asks why. . . .
Aafia Siddiqui in 2010 said “maybe Israel had something to do with .” . . .