Posts Tagged ‘Newsweek’

For Newsweek Hundreds of Dead Egyptians Amount Only to Lost Oil

After three weeks of protesting that have lead to at least 297 deaths, in an article titled “Egypt and the Gas Pump” (classy), Newsweek has figured out what really matters amid the people’s calls for revolution and liberty, OIL: The upheaval in Egypt reminds us of lessons that, despite decades of warnings, we have consistently […]

Video : Stephen Colbert on Economy ‘Sometimes the Tail Wags the Dead Dog’

“In some parallel Universe where the birthers live that is true.” The Colbert Report Mon – Thurs 11:30pm / 10:30c

‘Tomorrow There Will Be Blood’, In Iran

On tonight’s broadcast, MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann spoke to Time magazine’s Bobby Ghosh and Newsweek’s Jonathan Alter about the impact of Ayatollah Khamenei’s speech at Friday prayer service on Iranian actions on the ground as well as United States foreign policy. Olbermann, Ghosh, and Alter all seemed to be in agreement that unless they are prepared […]

Daily Show’s Jason Jones in Iran Hunting for ‘Evil’

The Daily Show’s Jason Jones went to Iran before what would become the nation’s hotly contested and controversial tenth Presidential election. While in Iran, Jones played off the media perpetuated stereotypes of Muslims, and Iranians, in particular as the evil people of the world. Of course, in this quest to find what he expected to […]

Note to Bravo : Not EVERY Woman in DC is Michelle Obama

Did Bravo miss the quips about DC being the Hollywood of ugly people? Though, I guess MTV plotting a Real World there might move them further away from hot tubs, hookups, and heinekens, but it being DC the back stabbing and social climbing will be on full display: Washington is all the rage these days! […]