On Fox and Friends this morning, the co-host had a contentious interview with Anjem Choudary, the head of the controversial UK-based Islamic group Al-Muhajiroun, who is planning a March 3 protest outside the White House to call for the establishment of Sharia law in America.
The one-time front man for heavy metal band Black Sabbath has joined the likes of DNA co-discoverer James Watson and Harvard University professor Henry Louis Gates on the short roster of people to have their full genome sequenced and analyzed . [More]
Almost as funny as the Did Glenn Beck rape and murder a young girl in 1990? Not that I think Glenn Beck raped and murdered a young girl in 1990, I’m just a regular guy asking questions. But isn’t it odd that he has never said that he didn’t rape and murder a young girl in 1990? Hey, I just want to know the truth.
n February 2000, John McCain admitted that the famous “lights over Arizona” were in fact UFOs during a press conference broadcast over Fox News. Specifically, he was asked about the lawsuit from Peter Gersten to open UFO records from the military, and replied that it was a matter that concerned him before mentioning the Arizona lights as something that remained unsolved. A 2007 horror flick called Night Skies, which deals with the Arizona incident, opens with the Fox footage of McCain and it makes a brief but fascinating document.
First snarky thought; I think he is pandering for the Scientology Vote. Hail Xenu! Second thought, why isn’t this a bigger story? The guy who could have a finger on the button is talking about UFOs. If this was Obama, the press would be all over it.