Alex Jones tries the patience of the host and is muted (but still audible in the background) while Wieck (not Weick as in the video caption) stays calm and collected and makes his points without filibustering. Watch complete segment (16 minutes) here.
Tuesday, April 29, 2008
Saturday, April 26, 2008
German "Gary" Talis Confronts Bush Supporter.
April 24, 2008 -- A man heckling First Lady Laura Bush and daughter Jenna outside the 92nd Street Y was arrested after he punched a wheelchair-bound girl whose parents had told him to shut up, authorities said yesterday. German Talis, 22, was shouting obscenities at the Bushes, who were leaving the building Tuesday, when he crossed paths with Wendy and John Lovetro and their daughter Maureen, 18, who has cerebral palsy. More at the NY Post.
Wednesday, April 23, 2008
Apparently Nico was trying to place a Hitler mustache (black piece of tape) on Sabrina, although he never really comes closer than about six inches to her face. Luke goes ballistic. Oddly, the cops watched this video (taped by Paula Gloria) of the incident and charged Sabrina and Nico, but not Luke. Update: Slow-mo replay clearly shows it was Sabrina and Luke Rudkowski who attacked Nico, not the other way around.
Wednesday, April 16, 2008
Screw Loose Change: "Dylan Avery posted this video of him, Steven Jones, and Richard Gage at Troofstock in San Diego, bizarrely thinking it would make him look good. It starts out with Jones going on with his thermite fetish, which he describes differently every time he mentions it. It gets most interesting about halfway through [at 14:00 mark] when the audience (what little there are, the place is mostly empty) starts turning on them. One guy starts screaming the middle of the aisle, 'Stop! Please, you are killing the left!' Before getting on his knees begging, and finally leaving. A couple of other audience members ask how such a complicated plot could be brought off, to which they get little answer other than 'Hey, we don't have the details, we are investigating'. It is worth watching just for that."
Sunday, April 13, 2008
Just days after September 11, 2001, the Environmental Protection Agency assured the public that there should be no concern about any health hazards associated with exposure to smoke and debris in lower Manhattan. This disturbing documentary asks whether the EPA's pronouncement was based on science or politics. Now many of the first-responders who risked their lives within that toxic chemical soup are seriously ill or dying. Filmmaker Heidi Dehncke-Fisher and producer Bruce Kennedy reveal how 9/11's latest victims are America's forgotten heroes.
The Sundance Channel. 57 min. First shown on September 11, 2006.