Saturday evening I headed over to Newark, New Jersey for, what was described as, a "nerd-off" between Stephen Colbert and "Star Wars" director J.J. Abrams. The event was part of the Montclair Film Festival's annual events. During the conversation, the latest trailer for "The Force Awakens" was played for a crowd of over 2,000. Show More Summary
The latest from la-la land: Republican presidential hopeful Ben Carson joined GOP rival Donald Trump in claiming that he, too, saw news footage of Muslim-Americans cheering as the World Trade Center towers fell on Sept. 11, 2001 — despite the fact that no such footage has turned up yet. Show More Summary
In the ongoing sitcom of the GOP presidential campaign, Ben Carson is now backing away from his statement that he "Saw the Film" of Muslims cheering in New Jersey on 9/11. I'm thinking his advisers pulled him aside after that ridiculous...Show More Summary
Fetty Wap's in the giving spirit! With Christmas less than a month away, the Trap Queen rapper took his daughter on a shopping spree at the Garden State Plaza in Paramus, New Jersey on Saturday — but she wasn't the only one to get showered with gifts! Related: Fetty Hits The Stage For The First Time Since [...]
You've probably seen this firestorm which has erupted about Donald Trump's claim that he watched thousands of Muslim residents in North Jersey celebrating as the Twin Towers fell fourteen years ago. We just published a fascinating piece on it. Show More Summary
Rush Limbaugh came to Donald Trump's defense today over his claim about cheering from "thousands" in New Jersey on 9/11.
The Detroit Red Wings unveiled special new jerseys for their February 27 matchup against the Colorado Avalanche to mixed reaction. (...)
Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson said on Monday that he had seen news footage of Muslims in New Jersey celebrating the 9/11 attacks, mirroring the controversial remarks made by Donald Trump over the weekend. Such footageShow More Summary
In the span of only a few days, Donald Trump has made a completely false claim about New Jersey Muslims celebrating 9/11, endorsed the resumption of waterboarding, retweeted completely bogus figures about black people murdering white people, and suggested a black protester at a Trump event might have deserved to get beat up. Show More Summary
Donald Trump believes that the media owes him an apology for criticizing his claim that he saw “thousands and thousands of people” on television celebrating the destruction of the World Trade Center in Jersey City on 9/11. Trump’s tweet...Show More Summary
Shoppers in a New Jersey mall got quite the surprise when rapper Fetty Wap showed up and decided to make it rain. Literally. The "Trap Queen" singer was shopping in the Garden State Plaza in Paramus on Sunday when he proceeded to throw...Show More Summary
From the November 23 edition of Premiere Radio Networks' The Rush Limbaugh Show: RUSH LIMBAUGH: I mean, this is the funny thing, they're fact-checking Trump, they're claiming Trump is making this up. Now Trump, if I have this right, Trump says that he saw tens of thousands of Muslims cheering in New Jersey, on 9/11. Show More Summary
He tweeted after that it was an act of goodwill, he "never no who needed it"
Donald Trump lives in a different world than you or I. That is part of his popularity; he wastes no time on what is true or what is false, but simply declares that the world is what he says it is, and that the people he has declaredShow More Summary
Unlike football or baseball jerseys, soccer jerseys are adorned with a sponsor’s logo on the front. It’s a major source of (...)
New Jersey Governor and Republican presidential candidate Chris Christie reacted yesterday to Donald Trump's claim that there were thousands of people in his state cheering on 9/11.
PAHRUMP, Nev. — Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson said Monday that he has seen highly disputed footage showing thousands of Muslims in Northern New Jersey celebrating the collapse of the Twin Towers following the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. GOP front-runner Donald Trump has made the same claim, but no such video has emerged and fact-checkers […]
Via Alicublog: Maybe Donald Trump watched the yoooge 9/11 celebrations in New Jersey through a yoooge telescope in his yoooge penthouse, says law professor who makes other law professors mutter “I’m not with her,” Ann Althouse. You don’t know. Where was Trump on 9/11? In some high-floor penthouse in Manhattan? I presume he has telescopes […]
"@RealBenCarson tells me he 'saw the film' of American Muslims cheering as the towers fell in New Jersey on 9/11." The post Ben Carson Insists He’s Seen Non-Existent Video Of New Jersey Muslims Celebrating 9/11 appeared first on ThinkProgress.
A former New Jersey school official who resigned after a drug bust died after leaping from the precipices of the Palisades.