On the 10th anniversary weekend of the September 11 attacks, every single living American blogger wrote a 9/11 memorial post. (Those who did not have been drummed out of the union.) Rightbloggers' 9/11 posts are always interesting, so we figured they'd be extra-good for 9/11 X. We were not disappo ... More >>
Updated below American officials have had it up to here with the "double game" Pakistan is playing, benefiting from billions of dollars in U.S. aid while also likely harboring the terrorists we're hunting. President Barack Obama said Sunday on 60 Minutes, "We think that there had to be some ... More >>
â€‹Democratic representatives Anthony Weiner and Jerrold Nadler are proposing a bill that would award the $50 million in Osama Bin Laden bounty money to first responders, survivors, and families of victims of 9/11. (This is something I didn't know: In 2001, the Rewards for Justice Program set up a $ ... More >>
At a press conference on Tuesday afternoon, White House spokesperson Jay Carney said that President Obama and his team do have visuals of Osama Bin Laden's dead body that are "being reviewed," but he declined to "get into specifics." Tuesday morning, Drudge Report claimed that President Obama ... More >>
Osama Bin Laden is dead. We heard this last night from President Barack Obama. He was not wearing a flight suit, nor did he appear on the deck of an aircraft carrier in front of a banner saying MISSION ACCOMPLISHED. Rightbloggers were generous in their praise of the military personnel who effected ... More >>
Michael T. Kaufman, 1938-2010The world is ringing right now with news of Osama Bin Laden's death, the terrorist mastermind having been killed by the United States almost 10 years after the September 11 attacks he planned. But as an interesting footnote, it's worth pointing out, as FishbowlNY ... More >>
This may be the only facial hair-related Osama Bin Laden story of the day (correct us if we're wrong!). Bin Laden's death had a singular meaning for an East Wenatachee, Washington, middle school science teacher named Gary Weddle. In the week that followed the September 11 attacks, Weddle simp ... More >>
So the word is out that Osama bin Laden--the walking bad hair day who hid in caves and plotted international violence, coming off sort of like a Dr. Seuss character via Adolf Hitler--was finally killed by a U.S. bomb. Well, I have it on pretty good, semi-reliable, shaky authority that Georg ... More >>
Next year, thousands of young Americans will mount an all-out assault on Afghanistan to find Osama bin Laden, responsible for the greatest crime ever against New York City. The guy got away in 2001 because of bad decisions by the Bush regime, but we're virtually certain of some kind of success in ... More >>
Boy, were we out in front on this one. Tony nominations went out today, and who do we see in the Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical category but one Constantine Maroulis, for his contribution to the crassly splendid hair-metal musical Rock of Ages. Have fun getting your ass kicked by ... More >>
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Osama Bin Ladin, the main suspect in the East Africa embassy bombings, has been linked to the World Trade Center explosion and other terrorist acts aimed at Americans.