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Huckabee Slams Obama in Jerusalem Post

Huckabee Slams Obama in Jerusalem Post
By February 4, 2008

Whether admitting he didn't know anything about the National Intelligence Estimate that reported that Iran had not had a program to develop nuclear weapons since 2003 after it had been plastered all over the media for days, or describing his … Read More

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Marty Beckerman Talks Politics And Humor On MSNBC

Marty Beckerman Talks Politics And Humor On MSNBC
By February 4, 2008

Last week I appeared on MSNBC to discuss political humor. Apparently I was supposed to analyze campaign bloopers instead of making jokes. The segment turned into something of a train wreck. (At least I looked terrific!) By the way, the … Read More

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The Best And Worst Opinions Of The Day

The Best And Worst Opinions Of The Day
By February 4, 2008

In our previous installment, we criticized right-wing blowhard Michelle Malkin for suggesting that poor college students should refrain from sex if they can't afford to raise children. (But if they're poor and married, they should go crazy?) To be fair, … Read More

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The Best And Worst Opinions Of The Day

The Best And Worst Opinions Of The Day
By February 1, 2008

Best: "This was the worst movie I've ever seen, so bad that I hesitate to label it a 'movie' and thus reflect shame upon the entire medium of film. [The directors] do not practice the same craft as P.T. Anderson, … Read More

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John Currin Fights Repressive Fundamentalism … By Painting Porn?

John Currin Fights Repressive Fundamentalism … By Painting Porn?
By February 1, 2008

The artist John Currin is striving to bring sexy back, and he believes that the future of civilization depends on it. The New Yorker profiled the artist's career last week, focusing on his recent pornography-inspired paintings. (A small portion of … Read More

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Jewcy Opinion Digest

Jewcy Opinion Digest
By January 30, 2008

On Jesus Jerry Kellman in Busted Halo "The biggest lesson was learning the nature of who Jesus was historically, not as God and being resurrected, but as the person he was and living as a Jew in a Jewish world." … Read More

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Daily Show Clip Of The Day

Daily Show Clip Of The Day
By January 30, 2008

Last week Jewcy reported on Mitt Romney's cringe-inducing racial pander, quoting lyrics from "Who Let the Dogs Out?" and referring to "bling bling." On Monday night Jon Stewart analyzed the same video clip and commented on a similar pander to … Read More

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Jewcy Opinion Digest

Jewcy Opinion Digest
By January 29, 2008

On Nepotism Frank Schaeffer in Huffington Post "Nowhere is this division [between 'peasants' and royalty] more apparent than in who serves in our military and who does not." Related: Join the Israeli Army or Lose the Right to Vote On … Read More

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