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Revenge Of The Nerd: What The Media Won't Tell You About The Rampage Killer Who Attacked A Pittsburgh Aerobics Class

This is one of the clearest and most painful “going postal” rampage massacres I’ve studied, and I’ve looked at a lot of them. The reason is that the murderer, George Sodini, left behind a diary that makes everything as clear…

Aug 5, 2009 | Comments (172)

Decline & Fall Of America: JPMorgan Fleeces Alabama Hicks With "Shit Bonds," National Guard Called In

America’s collapse into a Third World banana republic is accelerating: Alabama’s most populous county, Jefferson County, is so broke it’s closing down courthouses and laying off so many cops that it’s now planning to call in the National Guard to…

Aug 5, 2009 | Comments (28)

Citigroup PSA: After All The Money We Stole, Here Are A Few Sucker Belt-tightening Tips Everyone Can Use

I was channel surfing last night when I stumbled upon a couple of Citi commercials—or PSAs, since taxpayers own more than 30% of Citi—that offered viewers a number of depression-era, cost-cutting lifestyle suggestions. With the billions in bonuses Citi has paid out to…

Aug 1, 2009 | Comments (14)

JOURNALISM FACE-OFF: RUSSIAN SHADINESS VS. AMERICAN "OBJECTIVITY"

A few weeks ago, the Daily Mail wrote about a low-ranking British diplomat named James Hudson who was caught on hidden camera by the FSB (formerly the KGB, formerlier the MVD, formerlierer the NKVD, formerliest the Cheka) getting it on with two Russian hookers in…

Jul 28, 2009 | Comments (15)

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In the Loop: So Many Swears

Finally, fa-HINE-ally, someone has made a proper comedy. Armando Iannucci, to be exact, with In the Loop, his annihilating satire of recent Anglo-American misadventures in the Middle East. It’s getting fantastic reviews and it deserves every one of them. It’s…

Jul 26, 2009 | Comments (13)

Are Subprime Cities On Their Way To Becoming America's Very Own Gulag Archipelago?

It’s 5 AM in Victorville, California, and I haven’t slept in 48 hours. Outside my second-story window, the sun is rising up over the jagged mountains across the desert. In the three months I’ve lived here, I’ve seen more sunrises…

Jul 21, 2009 | Comments (66)

Harry Potter and the Blah-di-blah-blah

So Harry Potter, the latest one. Making a lot of money. Yep. How many more to go? Ten? Oh, only two? Well, good, that means they’ll finish up before the kids turn thirty.

Jul 19, 2009 | Comments (28)