The horror classic.
Watch it all below.
I don’t want to tell you too much but if you choose to watch it, stay with it until the end.
I’ve actually been posting horror videos all month. In case you missed any of them…
In this 1963 classic, Bugs gets lost on his way to “Pittsboig” and ends up meeting Count Bloodcount.
Watch it all below.
The song is actually called “Superstition” but most people know it by the opening line.
Either way, it’s one of Stevie Wonder’s greatest songs.
5.6 million YouTube viewers can’t be wrong.
No Halloween would be complete without a viewing of this animated classic.
Watch it all below.
Of course. Those are the only reasons anyone could oppose her or Obama.
If you have time, read Allahpundit’s full post on this subject. If not, at least watch the video.
If you still think voter fraud is no big deal, check in with John Fund of National Review.
North Carolina has become hotly contested. Incumbent Democrat Kay Hagan isn’t quite sure how to respond to her repeated promise that voters could keep their healthcare plans and doctors.
Harry Reid came to Hagan’s defense by blaming her Republican challenger Thom Tillis for the death of Trayvon Martin.
I’m going to try to tell this story as if you know nothing about it.
A big company called First Look Media hired former Rolling Stone journalist Matt Taibbi to launch a new site which would presumably cover news, politics and culture. They also hired Alex Pareene who used to work for Salon – a site so far left that it defies parody.
Millions of dollars were poured into this project by the entrepreneur who founded the parent company and he had high hopes. Unfortunately, he also expected his new employees to do annoying things like attend meetings and follow rules.
This week it was announced, with much buzz in the media world, that Matt Taibbi left the company by resigning, or being fired, depending on who tells the story.
A site called The Intercept claims to have the inside scoop. If you have any interest in media, this story is worth your time.
Glenn Greenwald, Laura Poitras, Jeremy Scahill, and John Cook contributed to the report…
The Inside Story Of Matt Taibbi’s Departure From First Look Media
Matt Taibbi, who joined First Look Media just seven months ago, left the company on Tuesday. His departure—which he describes as a refusal to accept a work reassignment, and the company describes as a resignation—was the culmination of months of contentious disputes with First Look founder Pierre Omidyar, chief operating officer Randy Ching, and president John Temple over the structure and management of Racket, the digital magazine Taibbi was hired to create. Those disputes were exacerbated by a recent complaint from a Racket employee about Taibbi’s behavior as a manager.
The departure of the popular former Rolling Stone writer is a serious setback for First Look in its first year of operations. Last January, Omidyar announced with great fanfare that he would personally invest $250 million in the company to build “a general interest news site that will cover topics ranging from entertainment and sports to business and the economy” incorporating multiple “digital magazines” as well as a “flagship news site.”
One year later, First Look still has only one such magazine, The Intercept.
Taibbi and other journalists apparently didn’t realize they were joining a “company” with certain expectations that millions of reasonable Americans comply with every single day…
Taibbi and other journalists who came to First Look believed they were joining a free-wheeling, autonomous, and unstructured institution. What they found instead was a confounding array of rules, structures, and systems imposed by Omidyar and other First Look managers on matters both trivial—which computer program to use to internally communicate, mandatory regular company-wide meetings, mandated use of a “responsibility assignment matrix” called a “RASCI,” popular in business-school circles for managing projects—as well as more substantive issues.
Here’s the kicker. Matt Taibbi the profound, forward thinking progressive was accused of sexism by a female employee…
Taibbi and First Look disagreed over the functionality of the website, the timing of its launch, which designers and programmers they would use, Racket‘s organizational chart—even, at one point, over office seating assignments.
These simmering problems came to a head this month when a Racket staffer complained to senior management that Taibbi had been verbally abusive and unprofessionally hostile, and that she felt the conduct may have been motivated, at least in part, by her gender.
That’s all the digesting I’m going to do for now but you should read the whole thing.
The next time First Look Media wants to launch a new business venture, perhaps they should start by hiring writers who don’t hate businesses and corporations.
After all, they don’t create jobs anyway.
Maybe prospective employees who are big fans of Elizabeth Warren shouldn’t be at the top of the interview list.
Just a thought.
Remember back in 2008 when The Simpsons implied that voter fraud favored Republicans?
In real life however, it’s Democrats who benefit from voter fraud.
Michael Warren of The Weekly Standard…
Video: Votes for Republicans Switched to Democrats in Illinois
Two Illinois voters say their attempts to vote early for Republicans on an electronic voting machine were registered as votes for Democrats—and they say have the video evidence to prove it.
The voters are 18- and 19-year-old Moline residents who asked to remain anonymous. They say they went to their polling station on Monday, October 28, at the Moline Public Library. Both say they were aware of recent news stories that other early voters in their area had experienced difficulties voting on electronic machines. The complaints have been widespread.
The Republican House candidate for the area, Bobby Schilling, claims 20 supporters have called his campaign to say that their attempts to vote for him were switched to his opponent, Democratic congresswoman Cheri Bustos.
Here’s video proof…
Read more from Jim Geraghty at National Review.
If Republicans win next Tuesday, it will be in spite of rampant corruption on the part of Democrats.