Mona Eltahawy: "Mubarak is Our Berlin Wall" (Democracy Now! 02.01.11) Egyptian Columnist Mona Eltahawy on How the Youth Drove the Uprising in Cairo and Implications for Democracy in the Region
Christopher Hitchens, still outrageous Steve Kroft profiles Vanity Fair columnist, author and public intellectual Christopher Hitchens, for whom nothing is off-limits when making his wry and often outrageous observations, including the cancer he is suffering from.
Joyce McMillan - Theatre critic and columnist for The Scotsman Richard Holloway interviews Joyce McMillan, one of Scotlands most admired writers and social and political commentators. Since 1998, she has worked as chief theatre critic for The Scotsman newspaper and also writes a regular column.
Shields, Brooks on Americans' Pessimism, Cain's Candidacy Read the transcript: Columnists Mark Shields and David Brooks review top political news, including Herman Cain\'s 2012 candidacy and the mood of the American electorate.
Dave Barry, Pulitzer-Prize-Winning Columnist supports an #OnionPulitzer Dave Barry, who won the Pulitzer Prize in 1988, knows that his award is worthless until The Onion is also honored.
Shields and Brooks on Obama's Stance on Libya's Revolt, Wisc. Union Fight Read the transcript: Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist discuss top political stories, including President Obama's response to conflict in Libya, the stalemate over the federal budget and the life of late columnist David Broder.
Shields and Douthat on Disdain for Washington After Debt Deal, FAA Showdown Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist Ross Douthat sort through the week's top political news, including their takes on the American public's disgust with Washington, the July jobs report and the partial FAA shutdown.
Charlie Rose - George Will Columnist George Will has been observing and writing about America for almost 40 years. He has just published his eighth collection of his essays. In a wide-ranging conversation with him, he talked about China, Iran, America's resilience, the presidential campaign and how he changed his views about Iraq.
Des Kelly rides with Cal Crutchlow, Silverstone 2011 Daily Mail columnist Des Kelly takes a nerve-jangling ride around Silverstone at speeds of 150mph-plus with Britain's Cal Crutchlow before the Air Asia British Grand Prix Moto GP 2011. The pace increases throughout and try and spot the moments Cal tries to pull a quick wheelie with Des on the back.
Shields, Brooks on Super Committee Gridlock, Cain's Stumble Over Libya Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks discuss the week\'s top political news, including gridlock among the super committee, GOP hopeful Newt Gingrich\'s financial entanglements and Herman Cain\'s stumble over questions about Obama\'s handling of Libya.
Putin the columnist Russian PM Vladimir Putin has tried his hand at writing. For the first time in his career, the politician wrote a column for Russias media.
Occupy Protest London Businessman vs 99% Supporter a "Let them eat cake" moment Top rated Guardian Columnist Polly Toynbee debates Jonathan Isaby of the Taxpayers alliance. Jonathan. Isaby ordered the protesters back to work, while Polly Toynbee points out many of the young ones have no jobs to go back to. Going Viral Now! bit.ly Democratic Underground Website bit.ly bit.ly bit.ly bit.ly Alessio Restani "Goldman Sachs rules the World" comments on the Occupy Movement
Drunk and Stupid! Viral Video Film School As the paid wine columnists for big newspapers lose their jobs, there is one job in the wine columnist business that is growing faster than ever; the unpaid wine columnists on YouTube. VIEW more Viral Video Film School & SUBSCRIBE to the YouTube Channel here...
The Failure of CRAPitalism: Q&A with Barron's Economic Columnist Gene Epstein At FreedomFest 2011, Reason's Nick Gillespie sat down with Barron's columnist Gene Epstein to talk about his book Econospinning and "the failure of crapitalism." Held each July in Las Vegas, FreedomFest is attended by around 2000 libertarians and advocates of limited government. Reason.tv spoke with over two dozen speakers and attendees and will be releasing interviews over the coming weeks. For an ever-growing playlist, go here now. Go to reason.tv for downloadable versions, and subscribe to our YouTube Channel to receive notifications when new material goes live.
It Gets Better: Dan and Terry Take the pledge: Back to It Gets Better Project If you're gay or lesbian or bi or trans, and you've ever read about a kid like Billy Lucas and thought, "***, I wish I could've told him that it gets better," this is your chance. We can't help Billy, but there are lots of other Billys out there—other despairing LGBT kids who are being bullied and harassed, kids who don't think they have a future—and we can help them.... READ MORE about the It Gets Better Project, in Savage Love, here: bit.ly Filmed by Kelly O.
Question Time - Hugh Grant & Jon Gaunt Row - 'Keep It In Your Trousers' [07.07.2011] Question Time, the BBC's premier political debate programme came from Basingstoke on Thursday 7 July. Click the link below to SUBSCRIBE to the 'News of the World Phone Hacking' YouTube channel @ For upto date news on the hacking scandal, follow me on Twitter @ David Dimbleby was joined by: • Employment Minister - Chris Grayling • Shadow foreign secretary - Douglas Alexander • Liberal Democrat peer Baroness - Shirley Williams. • Actor - Hugh Grant • Broadcaster and columnist - Jon Gaunt. In this video, Hugh Grant has a heater exchange with loud mouth Jon Gaunt. Gaunt tells Grant that if he doesn't want to be in the papers, he should quote "keep it in his trousers." Grant responds by say Gaunt is "cheap is pathetic." Thanks to the BBC. Saturday 9th July 2011
Fox News Runs The Republican Party - Report MSNBC host Cenk Uygur speaks with syndicated columnist David Sirota, Jane Hamsher of and Adam Green of the PCCC on a report that Fox News president Ailes is unhappy with the Republican presidential candidates. They also discuss Trump 2012, Biden 2016 and voters opposing Social Security and Medicare cuts.
Video Captures Scuffle Inside UN AP has obtained video from last Friday's General Assembly session at the UN that shows UN guards scuffling in the hallway with the security detail of Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan. (Sept. 27)
Shields and Brooks on GOP Race After Perry Flub, 'Occupy' Movement Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks discuss the week\'s top political news, including Texas Gov. Rick Perry\'s lapse at the latest GOP debate, Herman Cain\'s attempt to move past ***ual harassment claims and the \"Occupy\" movement.
Vir Sanghvi and Nira Radia Exposed Tape Part 1 Audio Transcript of Vir Sanghvi and Nira Radia...
Shields and Brooks on Obama's Tucson Speech, Calls for Political Civility Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks ***yze the week's news, including the president's address at the Tucson memorial service.
Niall Ferguson Blasts New York Times Columnist Paul Krugman October 22, 2010 -- In a panel about getting America back from the depths of economic despair at The Daily Beast's Innovators Summit in New Orleans, Niall Ferguson, historian and Harvard Business School professor, explained why he doesn't agree with New York Times Columnist Paul Krugman.
Lexington Herald-Leader columnist Merlene Davis expresses pessimism about true equality
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie calls Star-Ledger columnist thin-skinned During a press conference regarding the governor's rejection of the Democrats' millionaire tax hike proposal, Star-Ledger political columnist, Tom Moran, asks Chris Christie a question about his combative approach: "Do you think this sort of confrontational tone can increase your odds in getting this through the legislature?"
Molly Ivins - PBS Newshour Tribute Essay Originally Aired: February 1, 2007 Columnist Molly Ivins Dies at the Age of 62 Syndicated columnist Molly Ivins passed away Wednesday at the age of 62 due to complications from breast cancer. Ms. Ivins was widely known as the humorist who first referred to President George W. Bush as "shrub." Transcript: JIM LEHRER: Finally tonight, Molly Ivins, who died yesterday of breast cancer in Austin, Texas. She wrote books, essays, and they were always very funny and usually about very serious matters. We chose an example of her work that was broadcast here on the NewsHour in 1986. It was an essay on what Molly called "fine art in her home state." MOLLY IVINS, Columnist: Many people will tell you Texas is beautiful. Mostly Texans will tell you that. Well, it's true, in parts. But there is a lot of Texas that's not much to write home about. Parts of it are just plain homely, and then, here and there, ugly barely covers it. But what does mankind do when faced with the challenge of ugliness? Man creates art, is what he does, builds his own beauty. And that's what we do down here in Texas, too. And I'm about to show you some of it, so don't say you weren't warned. A lot of our art is found in front of courthouses, so as to let folks know it's official. Now, this here is a statue of a peanut found in the courthouse square in Floresville. And here's a statue of a shrimp right here in downtown Aransas Pass. In Seguin, we have a statue of a pecan. Not everybody likes it. Crystal City ...
AliFest 2011 - Thomas Friedman Speech 1/4 Best-selling author and columnist Thomas Friedman gave the keynote speech at AliFest 2011, Alibaba Group's annual conference that brings together the global e-commerce community to exchange ideas, network, source products and discuss the future of the Internet. This was the eighth year that Alibaba Group Chairman and CEO Jack Ma hosted AliFest (aka the Netrepreneur Summit), which features presentations by influential figures from the world of business, sports, media and the Internet. Past participants include former US President Bill Clinton; NBA star Kobe Bryant; Howard Schultz, chairman and CEO of Starbucks; former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger; John Donahoe, president and CEO of eBay; former US ambassador to China Jon Huntsman; as well as prominent Chinese business leaders such as Liu Chuanzhi, founder of Lenovo.
Around the Horn (March 19, 2003) Part 1 Well, I told you I would have something completely different on my channel today, and here it is; it's an old episode of ESPN's Around the Horn (the sports-talk show that functions somewhat like a game show) from March 2003; I got the date because I looked up the 1st topic's date. Anyhow, the show acted a bit more subdued back in this time (the show debuted in 2002, so this was only a handful of months after its debut) than it does today, but nonetheless, let's dive right in. The topics of the first segment are Allen Iverson winning the 2003 NBA MVP (which ultimately went to Tim Duncan) and the panel's Final Four picks (Syracuse would beat Kansas in the final). The panel is LA Times columnist TJ Simers (who no longer does the show), Denver Post columnist Woody Paige (sans blackboard!), then-Chicago Sun Times columnist Jay Mariotti, and Boston Globe columnist Bob Ryan. Max Kellerman hosts (Tony Reali came a year later). No copyright infringement is intended.
Anthony Weiner A Secret Muslim? Washington Times Columnist Eliana Benador wrote a column suggesting that Anthony Weiner married Huma Abedin in a Saul Alinsky Socialist plot. Is Anthony Weiner a secret muslim? Cenk Uygur breaks down this ridiculous column. Facebook: Subscribe: bit.ly TYT Mobile: bit.ly Twitter: FREE Movies(!): Read Ana's blog and subscribe at: Read Cenk's Blog:
Hands on with the enTourage eDGe 'dual book' Syndicated technology columnist Marc Saltzman chats about the enTourage eDGe ( a portable gadget that fuses an e-book reader with an Android-powered tablet. Thsi informal hands-on discusses its pros and cons.
10 Questions for Columnist David Brooks The New York Times columnist talks to TIME about his new book, conservative politics and the 2012 Republican presidential field
Richard Wilson on Bombs and Climate, Politics and Science A veteran physicist and expert on nuclear risk weighs in for DOT EARTH on nuclear peril and promise, politics and cliamte, from an annual meeting on "planetary emergencies" in Erice, Sicily. More on
David Brooks: GOP Abnormal 'Fanatics' Conservative New York Times columnist David Brooks had harsh criticism of the Republican Party in light of their budget battle with Democrats. Michael Shure breaks down a Laura Ingraham clip with Rep. Ryan's response to the issue. The Largest Online News Show in the World. Facebook: Subscribe: bit.ly TYT Mobile: bit.ly Twitter: FREE Movies(!): Read Ana's blog and subscribe at: Read Cenk's Blog:
Javed Chaudhry Columnist 02 Post by Zagham .pk - Morning with Farah interview with Javed Chaudhry, newspaper columnist. His most notable column ZERO POINT has great influence upon people of Pakistan. He is the host of a popular current affairs show, Kal Tak which airs on Express News. He has completed his 200 Programs recently on Express News Channel.
Dr. Jeffress Responds to Dallas News Columnist Dr. Robert Jeffress responds from the pulpit of the First Baptist Church of Dallas to a column written by Steve Blow in the Dallas Morning News on September 5, 2010.
Shields, Brooks on 'Discouraging' Jobs Report, Debt Debate, Romney vs. Palin Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks discuss the week's top political news, including the "discouraging" May jobs report, how unemployment could affect the debt-ceiling debate in Washington and how GOP candidate Mitt Romney might fare in races against Sarah Palin and President Obama.
Javed Chaudhry Columnist 01 Post by Zagham .pk - Morning with Farah interview with Javed Chaudhry, newspaper columnist. His most notable column ZERO POINT has great influence upon people of Pakistan. He is the host of a popular current affairs show, Kal Tak which airs on Express News. He has completed his 200 Programs recently on Express News Channel.
Paul Craig Roberts on The Alex Jones Show 1/3:The Ugly Truth Alex talks with economist, syndicated columnist, former editor and columnist for the Wall Street Journal, Business Week, and Scripps Howard News Service, and Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in the Reagan Administration, Paul Craig Roberts.
Keith Olbermann and Dan Savage on Brit Hume's Evangelizing of Tiger Woods January 4, 2010 on MSNBC - via
"Meet John Doe" Part 2 Hartford Courant columnist Colin McEnroe has suggested that Frank Capra's 1941 classic "Meet John Doe" was the McCain/Palin campaign's inspiration and blueprint for their "I'm with Joe the Plumber" election strategy. The intent of this gambit is to recast McCain as the candidate of the 'Average Joe (six-pack).' What do you think? NOTE: "Meet John Doe" entered the Public Domain in 1969.