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The Most Paranoid Piece Of Lunacy Ever Written

By Chris Jones, published on Sep 23, 2008

If you've ever wondered what crazy looks like then you're in for a real treat. Extreme far left zealot Naomi Wolf has written the most insane and delusional column ever written for The Huffington Post -- or pretty much anywhere else for that matter.

Wolf actually believes that Sarah Palin is part of a grand conspiracy to take over the U.S. government and turn America into a 'police state'. She thinks McCain only has 2-4 years left and he's only meant to be the 'figure head' until he croaks and Palin takes over. She cites 'reputable dermatologists' as her source for McCain's... (more)

Tags: police, obama

Gawker Attacks The Fox Flack

By Chris Jones, published on Jul 8, 2008

I didn’t have a chance to read Gawker’s response yesterday to the NY Time’s latest Fox News hit piece, because I was busy writing my own response.

Several bloggers e-mailed me the link to Gawker’s article and many of them were quite incredulous that I had not read it. They were right, I should have read it. While the underlying premise of the piece is totally wrong, it’s a very entertaining article and I laughed my a*s off while reading it.

Gawker trains its sites on chief FNC flack, Irena Briganti, who Gawker labels “a mouthpiece... (more)

Tags: iraq, paris hilton, obama

Recount Proves Democrats Tried To Steal The Election

By Chris Jones, published on May 27, 2008

I just finished watching "Recount" starring Kevin Spacey that the far-left has been promoting all week. To be honest, I was very surprised how the movie turned out. I figured it would be 90 minutes of red meat for the far-left crowd who still suffer sleepless nights thinking about how Bush "stole" the election in 2000.

Cosmetically the film turned out as I anticipated it would. Democrats were depicted as righteous crusaders who only wanted to do the right thing and make every vote count. Republicans on the other hand led by former Secretary of State James Baker were meant to be depicted... (more)

Tags: movie

Music Mogul Lou Pearlman Sentenced To 25 Years In Prison

By Chris Jones, published on May 21, 2008

Boy band mogul Lou Pearlman was sentenced this morning to 25 years in federal prison for running a lengthy, systematic con that artificially inflated his net worth and cheated people out of $300 million.

Pearlman was responsible for the rise of such groups as The Backstreet Boys, N'Sync, and O-Town. It turns out however, that a large portion of his wealth was derived from various Ponzi schemes and other scams.

Pearlman, 53, was once the toast of Orlando. His financial empire included popular musical acts the Backstreet Boys and 'N Sync, an airplane charter business,... (more)

Tags: music, real estate

Xbox And Hookers: The Coolest Kid In America

By Chris Jones, published on May 14, 2008

The story of young Ralph Hardy just might be the greatest story ever. 13-year old Ralph Hardy is without a doubt the coolest kid at his school and maybe even the coolest kid in America.

The Texas teenager took it upon himself to order an extra credit card from his dad's existing credit card account, then treated himself and his friends to an orgy of shopping to the tune of $30,000.

I know what you're thinking, any little monster can steal dad's credit card and buy stuff. Your right, but it's what he did after that makes him special.

After the $30,000 shopping spree, the... (more)

Tags: police, sex

Ex-saddam Aide Tariq Aziz Goes On Trial

By Chris Jones, published on Apr 29, 2008

Anyone who's watched news coverage about Iraq over the last 25 years or so has probably seen Tariq Aziz. He was a part of Saddam Hussein's inner circle from the first day the dictator took power. However, unlike 'Chemical Ali' and the rest of Saddam's henchman, Aziz was never a strong man for the regime.

He was more or less the public face of Saddam's Iraq. He was the one who spoke for Iraq at the UN and traveled to America for diplomatic meetings. Charges against Aziz stem from the murder of 42 merchants by Saddam's regime, killed because Saddam thought they were apart of a conspiracy... (more)

Tags: iraq

Wright Was Right, Then Wrong Again

By Chris Jones, published on Apr 28, 2008

We are currently enjoying day number two of the Rev. Jeremiah Wright media blitz, and it gets a little worse at every stop.sdf

I watched Rev. Wright on Bill Moyers the other night and was impressed. Keeping in mind that Bill Moyers is a dishonest left-wing hack who's just trying to get Obama elected, I still thought Rev. Wright showed an impressive intellect and made some very good points.

I was even prepared to come in this morning and write what could be perceived as an apology for some of the unfair criticisms I've made about Wright. I do think some of the YouTube clips were... (more)

Tags: jesus, terrorism, obama

Yale Student Repeatedly Miscarries For Art Project

By Chris Jones, published on Apr 17, 2008

This is easily the most vile thing I have ever read in my entire life:

Art major Aliza Shvarts '08 wants to make a statement.

Beginning next Tuesday, Shvarts will be displaying her senior art project, a documentation of a nine-month process during which she artificially inseminated herself "as often as possible" while periodically taking abortifacient drugs to induce miscarriages. Her exhibition will feature video recordings of these forced miscarriages as well as preserved collections of the blood from the process.

As a pro-choice advocate I find this... (more)

Tags: fashion

Iraq Movies: Why They Fail

By Chris Jones, published on Apr 14, 2008

In his latest column, NY Times Op-ed writer Frank Rich gets it wrong (as usual) when talking about Iraq. This week in particular Frank misses the mark with his explanation of why movies about the Iraq war do so poorly at the Box Office.

He claims Americans want to avoid talking about the war or seeing images of it, because it's all too depressing and horrific to come to terms with.

It would take another column to list all the movies and TV shows about Iraq that have gone belly up at the box office or in Nielsen ratings in the nearly four years since the war’s only breakout commercial... (more)

Tags: iraq, movie, hollywood, education

Tehran Police Chief Arrested During Raid On Brothel

By Chris Jones, published on Mar 13, 2008

If you think the Eliot Spitzer affair is a scandal, your missing out on a sweet story of Islamic hypocrisy oozing out of Iran.

Tehran's Chief of Police who recently led a crackdown on women for not following the Islamic dress code and eroding public morality was arrested during a raid on a brothel.

General Reza Zarhei, Tehran’s chief of police and a member of the Revolutionary Guard, has resigned under a cloud of scandal after he was caught and arrested naked, with no fewer than six nude women, during a government raid on a brothel.

but wait, it gets worse...

According... (more)

Tags: islam, police, iran

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