One good way to rile up a District movie audience is to show them a WikiLeaks documentary. At the Landmark E Street Cinema on Tuesday night, a brief but heated argument broke out in the audience — while the movie was still playing — over the involvement of Adrian Lamo, the former hacker who turned in Army Pfc. Bradley Manning in 2010 for leaking classified material to Wikileaks. Director/writer/narrator Alex Gibney’s skillful work…
For the past week, the White House has dealt with investigations into the attack on the U.S. mission in Benghazi, IRS targeting of tax-exempt conservative groups, and controversy over the Justice Department seizing AP records. The trio of scandals seem to have had little effect on the public’s feelings about President Barack Obama in new polling.
On last night’s Colbert Report, Stephen Better Know’d Wisconsin’s 4th district with openly black Congresswoman Gwen Moore.
The 7-year-old, second-grade student at Downtown Montessori Academy wrote a letter to Vice President Joe Biden and other officials a few months ago with a simple idea for making the world safer. His teacher Jenny Aicher says his letter suggested that if guns shot chocolate bullets, no one would get hurt.
KMOV’s Larry Conners says “the IRS has been pressuring me” since his April, 2012 interview with the president. “Can I prove it? At this time, no.”
Why is Paul lending his name to this sort of thing?
Fox News’ Eric Bolling asks the important questions, like how weird would it be if President Obama’s daughters were in charge of protecting the embassy in Benghazi.
Uh, we know exactly what the questions would be like:
MSNBC: “Why are children protecting our diplomatic compounds? Did Newt Gingrich become president and no one noticed?”
Fox News: “Why is the president spending taxpayer money to hang out with Muslims on vacation? Oh, it’s because sharia and socialism, impeach, impeach, impeach.”
CNN: “Who pooped on this poop cruise and when did they do it?”(via ccindecision)