Uncomfortable Billy Bob Thornton ‘Interview’ On Q TV


Here is a video from 2009. The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s show “Q” was visited by country-pop band The Boxmasters. The Boxmasters’s singer is Oscar-winner Billy Bob Thornton. The host of CBCs “Q” is a man named Jian Ghomeshi.

Mr. Thornton took offense to Q’s mention of his cinematic accomplishments. Here is what happened on camera. The performance is not included because Q has not yet resolved the rights issues to it.

Ring Of Fire: Does Netanyahu Want A War With Iran?

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has asked to speak to Congress in March.

While this normally wouldn’t seem out of the ordinary by normal political means, Netanyahu coordinated the visit with House Speaker John Boehner rather than the Obama administration in an effort to win support for sanctions against Iran – an atypical move.

Ring of Fire’s Mike Papantonio and Sam Seder discuss whether Netanyahu wants a war with Iran.

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Councilors In Italy Pose As Prostitutes, Mayor ‘Busts’ Solicitors

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Italian councilors are posing roadside as prostitutes in an effort to entrap unsuspecting men in Castel Volturno, Italy. The stunt was orchestrated by Mayor Dimitri Russo who felt that the city’s prostitution laws weren’t being taken seriously enough and was tired of the damaging effect prostitution was having on his town. The mayor would approach the cars to talk to the unsuspecting “Johns.”

Video by The Lip TV with Elliot Hill and Mark Sovel.

GOP Warns Iranian Nukes May Hit US Cities: Are They Serious?

A week ago, three presidential candidates talked to a roomful of wealthy donors at the Koch Brothers’ American Recovery Policy Forum in Palm Springs, California. The discussion underscored disagreement within the GOP over global affairs and national security.

Republican Sens. Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz and Rand Paul took part in a largely friendly, but occasionally fiery, panel at the event sponsored by Charles and David Koch.

The event was moderated by ABC’s Jonathan Karl, and marked the first time potential GOP contenders gathered on the same stage at the same time to talk about policy in 2015, a year that’s expected to see several candidates compete for the Republican nomination.

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Why Don’t Criminals Who Commit Crimes Against Black Rappers Get Caught?

Clip published on June,20th 2013 by best-selling Author Tariq Nasheed entitled “Crime & Hip Hop” from macklessonsradio.com.

Nasheed asks why criminals who commit crimes against black rappers don’t get caught.  Any truth to it?

Video by getmoneystayreal

Charges Against Rapper Tiny Doo Make No Sense


Is Rapper Brandon ‘Tiny Doo’ Duncan facing criminal charges for his rapping? And does the right to freedom of speech cover this?

‘Tiny Doo’ and his lawyer join “CNN Tonight” to discuss criminal charges stemming from the violent nature of his lyrics and music stylings. Tiny Doo is facing “gang conspiracy” charges because of his music lyrics about crimes.

Irish School Wants To Teach ‘Both Sides’ Of Gay Tolerance

It happens in Ireland, too?

This week, an Irish school canceled an anti-homophobic bullying workshop because people who think homophobic bullying is OK weren’t invited to enlighten children with their side of this hotly contested issue.

Shout Out, a group that provided training to fight homophobic bullying, claims their workshop leader was told the school had decided that “both sides of the argument should be given,” and so the workshop wasn’t allowed to go ahead.

The school’s board of management then issued a statement saying that parents sent letters “outlining their concerns regarding the workshop.”

The school in question, Colaiste Eoin in Dublin, is seen as actively promoting a “closeted” homophobic agenda while denying vulnerable students access to vital services.

In its public statement, Colaiste Eoin management references its Catholic School status as a reason for the workshop cancellation. This excuse is unsurprising. In Ireland Catholic schools are the norm, with the church running 3,000 out of the 3,200 primary schools and a decent chunk of the country’s secondary schools.

Secular Talk

Was Reagan ‘Middle Of The Road?’

In the video below, neocon foreign policy in regards to Russia is explored with retired Reagan Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, Paul Craig Roberts.

According to Wikipedia, Paul Craig Roberts (born April 3, 1939) is an American economist and a columnist for Creators Syndicate. He served as an Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in the Reagan Administration and was noted as a co-founder of Reaganomics. He is a former editor and columnist for the Wall Street Journal, Business Week, and Scripps Howard News Service. He has testified before congressional committees on 30 occasions on issues of economic policy.

“Roberts has written extensively on the effects of the neo-liberal economic policies pursued since the 1990s and about jobs-offshoring which he has strongly criticized. He has argued that these policies, favoring the financial services ‘industry’ at the expense of other sectors of the economy, has eroded America’s industrial capacity, its workers’ skills and has sharply decreased upward social mobility. He has stated that these policies which condemned American workers to low-paying unskilled jobs, as the only jobs available, caused them to increase their net personal debt to maintain living standards, significantly contributed to the 2008 Global Financial Crisis.”

In the video, the emboldening of the far right by George W. Bush and Dick Cheney and the move towards reckless endangerment of global peace is discussed, as is Russian policy. The Reagan administration figure talks about how the political landscape has changed for the worse in this uncensored political discussion on Buzzsaw, hosted by Sean Stone.

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Americans Don’t Know How The World Views Them: Secular Talk

Secular Talk

Americans don’t know how the world views them. This is the conclusion of a massive world opinion poll conducted by Win/Gallup International and released at the close of 2013.

The poll asked over 66,000 thousand people across 65 countries a variety of questions about the world, including which country they would most like to call home, whether or not the world is becoming a generally better place, and which country poses the greatest threat to world peace.

The World Independent Network and Gallup International conducted the poll at the end of 2013, It found that, worldwide, people think that the U.S. is by far the biggest threat to world peace today.