Dark & Stormy goes experimental with a winning production
J.J. Abrams's WikiLeaks-based film should be stronger
As the drumbeat crescendos for some sort of military intervention in the Syrian civil war, Michele Bachmann is... the voice of reason?SEE ALSO: Michele Bachmann is Obama's biggest backer when it comes to NSA spying on Americans So it seems. The lame-duck congresswoman is calling on the Obama adminis ... More >>
If you had any doubt that ousting Michele Bachmann from the Intelligence Committee should be a no-brainer, check out this video.FROM LAST WEEK: Jim Graves will run again next year, setting up rematch with Bachmann [UPDATE] Bachmann, who remains on the committee despite a recent 200,000-person petiti ... More >>
As we told you last month, during the run up to committee appointments for the new Congress, a petition was circulating to oust Rep. Michele Bachmann from the House Intelligence Committee. SEE ALSO: Michele Bachmann goes on apocalyptic radio show, says Obama supports Sharia lawThe petition ended up ... More >>
In July, Michele Bachmann took heavy criticism for demanding that feds investigate the Muslin Brotherhood's alleged "deep penetration" into the U.S. Government. She provided little evidence other than to assert that the family of Huma Abedin, a deputy chief of staff for Secretary of State Hillary Cl ... More >>
SEE ALSO:-- Michele Bachmann sounds alarm about "suicide-bomber conference" in Chicago-- Michele Bachmann is making shit up in her latest fundraising email-- Bachmann: Contraception mandate step toward one-child policy [VIDEO]Michele Bachmann thinks the Muslim Brotherhood has made "deep penetration" ... More >>
Last summer, American law enforcement used an unmanned drone to apprehend a group of alleged bad guys.This didn't happen in Afghanistan or Iraq -- it happened in North Dakota and represents the first time U.S. law enforcement has used a drone to make an arrest.Now, Fargo-based Bruce Quick, the at ... More >>
Former Sheriff Bob Fletcher's terrorism briefs are still coming back to haunt us.When Dean Baratta, an intelligence analyst for the state of New Jersey, first read that City Pages had obtained and posted "terrorism briefs" created by the Ramsey County Sheriff's department, he was excited to view ... More >>
Michele Bachmann is named to the House Intelligence Committee.She missed out on a House leadership post. She got frozen out of a slot on the Ways and Means Committee. She even lost "Lie of the Year." What's left for Michele Bachmann? Intelligence.
Photo: New Media DaysJulian Assagne of Wikileaks. By Michael Lacey Executive Editor, Village Voice Media Where are the First Amendment's establishment warriors as government-spooked businesses try to shut down Wikileaks? Hackers with computers, not hacks with press passes, have been the first l ... More >>
Clueless.For all her ability to gin up fans via social media on the Internet, Michele Bachmann really does seem clueless when it comes to the inner workings of the information superhighway. Take her call today for the resignation of Eric Holder as U.S. Attorney General. In it, she castigates ... More >>
We'd tell you more but we'd have to kill you.
Wednesday's five most fascinating stories printed on wood pulp.
In their third update since the announcement, Wikileaks addresses some of those questions and concerns raised about Coleman's campaign leak of private data.
Ridley Scott's latest delivers the post-9/11 tech-savvy terror thriller we deserve
Is the heist flick true or false? Who cares?
Top gridiron recruit Willie Mobley has one eye on the Big Ten and the other on geopolitics
Mark Dayton is counting the days to his D.C. exodus
Gay marriage in the Spanish military, protesting Victoria's Secret in Racine, the CIA shuts down bin Laden tracking unit, Vespa pin-up girls, learning to breakdance with Mr. T, the Minnesota Blog of the Day, and more...
Qwest defends its customers; Kennedy defends Bush.
Wisconsin senator and probable 2008 presidential candidate Russ Feingold is taking the floor of the U.S. Senate today to introduce a resolution to censure President George W. Bush.
Googling murder techniques, boycotting Target, simultaneous Star Wars viewing, consumerist guinea pigs, the Minnesota blog of the day and more...
Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald isn't finished with the Bush White House yet
Hidden Prey by John Sandford (Berkley, $7.99) Russian spies running amok in Duluth? Lucas Davenport, independently wealthy homicide investigator, has his silliest crime-solving spree yet in this, the 16th Prey novel by local bestseller Sandford. Actually, it's wrong to suggest that he solves anyth ... More >>
War based on made-up "intelligence" bad, gay marriage worse In the Strib: Minnesota gay marriage amendment bill (Dean Johnson calls it "the politics of distraction") passes the House, heads to Senate; the Polk County sheriff's deputy has suspended the deputy whose leaked email about the details of ... More >>
FBI whistleblower Sibel Edmonds talks about her case --and hints at a forthcoming scandal
The Bush administration's top 40 lies about war and terrorism
In recent weeks, the press and some Democrats have finally taken up a critical White House deception about Iraq and uranium. What took them so long? And what about all the other lies?
A failing marriage, a lousy CIA assignment, and an AIDS crisis add up to a novel as big as a country
Gary Webb's new book Dark Alliance exposes the CIA/crack connection--and the media's complicity in killing the story
The real outrage is that big money interests can purchase politicians and policy in ways that are perfectly legal.
Nguyen Cao Son and his fellow South Vietnamese soldiers were part of a secret U.S. spy commando force--so secret, in fact, that the American government turned its back and let him spend 14 years in North Vietnamese prison camps.