From the Right Side of Campus

Month: April 2009

Turkish Police Thwart Obama Assassination Conspiracy

The Saudi daily Al Watan is reporting that Turkish police have arrested a Syrian man who had conspired with at least three other men to try and assassinate President Obama (h/t BNO News): According to the report, the man, who was arrested on Friday, was carrying a press card identifying him as an employee of Al Jazeera. He reportedly confessed to his intention to stab Obama with a knife and said that he was aided by three accomplices. The report stated that Turkish authorities were still unsure as to whether the press card was a fake or whether it had

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Required Daily Reading

Its time for my second installment of daily required reading. Here’s what’s going on in the news today: The Daily Kos has decided that the best way to honor the Pittsburgh police officers killed in the line of duty yesterday is by joking about their deaths on twitter Geithner: The government will flat out run companies soon NORAD: North Korean rocket didn’t eject any satellite… big surprise Michelle Malkin provides the smiles for today Obama receives early morning emergency call and forwards it to the UN Brilliant President thinks Austrian is a language Remember to check back later for more.

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Introducing Required Daily Reading

I thought I’d give you all a little more of the college life experience by introducing you to my latest recuring post: Required Daily Reading. That way you can feel my pain… well, except not really because the stuff I’ll be giving you to read won’t be an absolute waste of time like the majority of my school reading. Either way, here’s my first installment: My latest piece at NewsBusters on the new defensive posture of the NYT Women in Oklahoma can finally legally protect their unborn children The Guardian really rips into Obama (h/t @JustKarl) Obama literally threatens bankers

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My Latest on NewsBusters

Hi again readers of mine, Make sure you check out my latest post at NewsBusters. It’s about the death of old media gatekeeper snd the problems with the current new media gatekeepers. Thanks, CP

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