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News Roundup & Open Thread for Tuesday, September 1, 2015

King George III Politicker NJ names the 30 most influential people in South Jersey. George Norcross III takes up the top five slots. Union Busting Chris Christie wants to take his union-busting police reorganization from Camden to Newark. Show More Summary

IWC presents Emmanuel Finkiel with the “Valois IWC du Réalisateur”

During the festival du Film Francophone d’Angoulême, IWC CEO Georges Kern presented Emmanuel Finkiel from France with the “Valois IWC du Réalisateur” for his film “Je ne suis pas un salaud”. Read the rest of the story at: IWC presents Emmanuel Finkiel with the “Valois IWC du Réalisateur”

Elderly Man Allegedly Raped Wife With Hot Curling Iron

An elderly man has been arrested and charged with a variety of crimes stemming from the alleged sexual assault of his own wife. The Dreamin’ Demon reports that 78-year-old George Kephart is accused of brutally beating his disabled wife after she allegedly confessed to having an affair that took place a half a century ago.... Show More Summary

Populism not conservatism

The media insists we have never seen anything like Donald Trump. In fact we’ve seen plenty of characters from the same mold — from Huey Long to George Wallace to Pat Buchanan. There is a dark, populist tradition in the United States that feeds on the fears and frustrations of white, working-class Americans. And while […]

Here's How Brands Can Make a Splash on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert

CBS is just a week away from the launch of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, which it hopes will shake up the late-night landscape in more ways than one. Colbert's Sept. 8 debut includes George Clooney and Jeb Bush, but two of hisShow More Summary

Comment from the September 7, 2015, Issue

In “The Populists,” George Packer writes that Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump harness populism’s appeal—and demonstrate its limits.

Mad Max Warboys Are Giving Rides Around A Major U.S. City

Mad Max: Fury Road was the surprise gem of the summer movie slate, thanks in large part to Charlize Theron's Furiosa, the incredible direction from George Miller, and, of course, those Warboys. To keep the momentum going and to celebrate the release of the new Mad Max DVD (and subsequent video game), Warner Bros. Show More Summary

10 Years Later: Cindy Sheehan's Crawford and Hurricane Katrina

Both Hurricane Katrina and Cindy Sheehan's 'Camp Casey' protest outside of George W. Bush's Crawford, TX pretend-ranch took place 10 years ago. On today's BradCast, we commemorate both with some personal remembrances from our live on-air coverage of both events at the time.

No wonder George Osborne didn’t want the EU referendum – it may derail his journey to No10

Another disclosure from Anthony Seldon’s upcoming biography of David Cameron: he reveals that George Osborne tried to stop the referendum European Union membership. The below is from the Mail on Sunday’s serialisation of Seldon’s… Continue reading The...Show More Summary

Conductor George Cleve Helped Interpret Mozart For The Summer Festival Crowd

“Renowned as a Mozart interpreter, Mr. Cleve spent his career primarily on the West Coast. He was the music director of the San Jose Symphony from 1972 to 1992 and in 1974 founded the Midsummer Mozart Festival, an annual concert series in the Bay Area that he directed to the end of his life.”

George Will's Cultural Death Wish

What a disappointing and shallow column from George Will endorsing assisted suicide, based primarily on a bald assertion that autonomous decision making is “death with dignity.” (If committing assisted suicide is “death with dignity,”...Show More Summary

Fox's George Will Dismisses Gun Legislation And Blames "Evil" After VA Shooting

From the August 30 edition of Fox Broadcasting Co.'s Fox News Sunday: Related: Father Of Slain Journalist Alison Parker: "Mark My Words," I Will Do "Whatever It Takes To Get Gun Legislation" Passed Father Of Slain Journalist Alison Parker:...Show More Summary

Piece Of Ish Husband Rapes Disabled Wife With Hot Curling Iron For Cheating 50 Years Ago

Time heals all wounds, except for Maryland sicko George Kephart who couldn’t let go of the fact that his wife cheated on him 50 years ago. Court documents claim the 78-year-old POS suspected his wife, who suffers from severe dementi...

Husband Inserts Hot Curling Iron Up Disabled Wife’s Vagina After Finding Out She Had An Affair 50 Years Ago

After learning his disabled wife, 78, – who suffers from severe dementia – had an affair 50 years ago, George Kephart, also 78, of Derwood, Maryland became irate and began beating and strangling his wife before inserting a hot curling iron up her vagina, reported KEYE TV. Show More Summary

George W. Bush Takes Pics With Smiling Black Kids In New Orleans

It was the most expensive natural disaster in US history, causing destruction along the Gulf coast from Florida to Texas. Bush has admitted that his administration’s response tarnished his legacy. “We were so fortunate to move here where we were embrace”, she said. Bush opened his remarks by commending the recovery of the school system

Friday Talking Points -- Every Sulfurous Belch

OK, I fully admit I stole that title. Well, maybe not "stole," since I'm about to give it proper credit, but it certainly wasn't my own original idea. The line comes from George Will, and (of course) refers to Donald Trump. Part of the...Show More Summary

'The Winds of Winter' news and release date: George R.R. Martin reads a chapter from the novel

While George R.R. Martin has yet to share details on the release of the upcoming "The Winds of Winter," he did share a chapter of the novel during a convention in Spokane.

MSNBC: Katrina a ‘Stain’ on Bush Presidency ‘He Could Never Recover From

MSNBC hosts on Friday jumped at the chance to bash former President George W. Bush over his handling of Hurricane Katrina on the 10th anniversary of the storm that ravaged the gulf coast. On NewsNation, host Tamron Hall proclaimed: “Many have said, including writer Douglas Brinkley and others, that this was the stain on his presidency that he could never recover from.”

People Of New Orleans Say Government Didn't Do Enough After Katrina

3 days agoNews : Huffington Post

"Brownie, you're doing a heck of a job." Those infamous words from President George W. Bush praising a key federal official in charge of Hurricane Katrina relief have never found much support in Louisiana. Just 10 days after Bush spoke,...Show More Summary

Pr. George’s police hunt for convicted sex offender who left home visit

James Alexander Norris, Jr., 49, walked away from a court-ordered visit in Landover Hills, authorities say.

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