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'Breaking Bad' Lego Set Sold Out

Now junior can play with his or her own meth lab with the all new lego brick set based on the AMC hit series "Breaking Bad." Sep 10, 2013 2:53 AM PT

Taxpayer-Funded Propaganda? PBS Exclusive Assad Interview

CBS News' Charlie Rose has scored an exclusive interview with Syrian despot Bashar al-Assad. Excerpts of the interview ran on CBS' morning show hosted by Rose, but the full interview will run on Rose's PBS program Monday night. Sep 9, 2013 2:57 AM PT

Matthews: Dems Must Support War to 'Save President's Hide'

Chris Matthews appeared on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" Wednesday morning to analyze the political ramifications of the congressional debate to support President Obama's call for a military strike against Syria. Matthews said the President had put the Democrats in congress in a "wicked position" forcing them to support the president even if they may genuinely oppose the military action. Sep 4, 2013 5:53 AM PT

Rush: Could Al Qaeda Be Framing Assad?

Rush Limbaugh speculated that perhaps the Syrian rebels affiliated with Al Qaeda used chemical weapons to frame Bashar Al-Assad and to draw the US into the effort to topple the Assad Regime. Sep 4, 2013 4:36 AM PT

NY Times Public Editor: Syria Coverage Not 'Consistently Skeptical'

New York Times public editor Margaret Sullivan characterized the paper's Syria coverage as not 'sufficiently skeptical' of the President Obama's case for war. Going further Sullivan accused her paper of using the administration's voice rather than their own in reporting: Sep 3, 2013 4:36 AM PT

Talk Radio Host Shot Dead In Philippines

A controversial talk radio host has been murdered by hooded gunmen in southern Philippines police said Friday. Fernando Solijon, 47, host of a weekday show on DXLS station in Iligan City, had frequently criticized local officials on his radio show and had received death threats in the past. Aug 30, 2013 5:51 AM PT

Guardian Strikes Deal With Brits on Greenwald's Partner

The AP is reporting that the Guardian Newspaper has struck a deal with the British Government to allow authorities to examine documents they seized after detaining reporter Glenn Greenwald's partner for questioning on August 18th as he changed planes on his way home from Berlin to Brazil. Aug 30, 2013 5:27 AM PT

Paraguay bus drivers stage 'crucifixion' protest

Via AFP:  Eight bus drivers in Paraguay and one of their wives have undergone crucifixion in a gruesome protest after the drivers were sacked, an AFP reporter witnessed Thursday.

The protesters have had 15-inch nails driven into the flesh between their middle and index fingers and into lengths of wood.

They have vowed to continue their protest near the bus terminal at Luque, 12 kilometers (7.5 miles) outside Asuncion, until they are given their jobs back.

Each protester has been positioned next to an empty coffin.

Juan Villalba, a local union leader and one of those crucified, said the demonstrators would continue "to the end."

"Our position is clear: we want the eight drivers to be reinstated with all employee benefits. Otherwise the strike is not lifted," he said.

Villalba's wife, Maria Concepcion Candia, 39, joined her husband in getting crucified on Wednesday.

Four other trade union members have been on hunger strike for 36 days.

Villalba told AFP that some of his fellow protesters were suffering health problems, ranging from high fever, stomach and chest pains.
Aug 30, 2013 5:01 AM PT

Schultz Hammers 'Neocons,' Not Obama for Syria War Drums

Ed Schultz is back in prime time on MSNBC and his convoluted, blustery, incoherent illogical analysis is back too. He took to the peacock network's cable outlet Thursday night to hammer conservatives (specifically using the veiled quasi-anti-semitic term 'neocons') for the president's move toward military intervention in Syria. Aug 30, 2013 4:21 AM PT

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