We Must Destroy Yemen Before They Blow Up More CrotchesPareene · 12/28/09 02:02PM
Please Let Us Not Be Talking About 'Preemptive Action' In YemenAdrian Chen · 12/28/09 12:27AM
Live Vicariously Through Al Franken as He Tells Joe Lieberman to Shut UpAdrian Chen · 12/17/09 05:26PM
Isn't that cute: Al Franken cuts Lieberman off during a speech, then Lieberman's BFF John McCain tags in and comes to his rescue. Anyone who thinks C-Span 2 is the dullest thing since C-Span 1 needs to watch this clip.
Marty Peretz Loves Joe Lieberman!Pareene · 12/16/09 11:17AM
Joe Lieberman Gets So Appalling Even the New York Times Can't Resist Mentioning ItRavi Somaiya · 12/15/09 07:41AM
Another Reason to Be Pissed at Joe Lieberman: He's a HypocriteAdrian Chen · 12/15/09 12:30AM
Is Joe Lieberman Just Stupid?Pareene · 12/14/09 02:55PM
What Sarah Palin Does in the ShowerRavi Somaiya · 11/17/09 06:12AM
In Which Dan Baum Annoys Every Jew He KnowsPareene · 11/11/09 02:08PM
What Is Joe Lieberman's Plan, Exactly?Pareene · 10/28/09 02:36PM
Joe Lieberman Would Like Some Attention PleaseAmdesi · 10/28/09 03:05AM
Tracy Morgan Launches Alec Baldwin-for-Senate CampaignPareene · 10/12/09 11:34AM
WWE CEO Linda McMahon To Run For SenatePareene · 09/16/09 11:43AM
Happy Birthdaycityfile · 02/24/09 07:53AM
Paula Zahn turns 53 today. Apple CEO Steve Jobs is turning 54. Terry Semel, the man who ran Warner Bros., served as CEO of Yahoo!, and helped bring Courtenay Semel into this world, is 66. Nike co-founder Phil Knight is 71. Sen. Joe Lieberman is turning 67. Clayton, Dubilier & Rice chairman Joseph Rice is turning 77. Actor Billy Zane is 43. Dominic Chianese, better known as "Uncle Junior," is 78. Chad Hugo of The Neptunes and N.E.R.D is 35. Actor Barry Bostwick turns 64. Edward James Olmos is turning 62. And actor Abe Vigoda is celebrating his 88th birthday today.
YouTube leaves terrorist-training video market to LiveLeakPaul Boutin · 09/12/08 05:40PM
Click to viewTo spell it out: Senator Joe Lieberman and Google timed a press release to the anniversary of the September 11 attacks: "Google Tightens Standards for YouTube Videos in Response to Lieberman's Pressure."The move seems more politics than pragmatics. Most Al Qaeda videos are posted outside YouTube. LiveLeak has plenty. Lieberman's been after YouTube since May, but the Google-owned site didn't update its community guidelines until the day before 9/11's seventh anniversary, at a time when Al Qaeda's momentum is fading. Look, I'm as jingoistic as the next guy. But if Lieberman wants to fight Islamic militants on YouTube, what he needs isn't a ban, but a countercampaign: More clips that show insurgents missing the target and running from U.S. troops. I'll bet there's a lot more such footage out there.
Bob Novak Writing AgainRyan Tate · 08/27/08 12:27AM
Google at the center of international and domestic Internet censorshipJackson West · 05/20/08 04:40PM
On Capitol Hill today, Google officials presented suggestions on how American lawmakers can make the Internet more free. The solution to get regimes that censor information and, more importantly, the ads that run alongside it? Foreign aid, an ambassador and treaties, treaties, treaties! I'm a little skeptical Google will accomplish what Amnesty International's decades of work fighting free-speech abuses worldwide has not. Especially given our own dubious record when it comes to enforcing the First Amendment. Yesterday, Senator Joe Lieberman (D-Conn.) wrote an open letter to Google to pull down videos of "Islamist Extremist," which YouTube has now denied. First, they came for the Muslims, and I said nothing.