This farewell segment from Judge Napolitano is reminiscent of Lou Dobbs' final sign-off from CNN, which I'll post next for comparison.
Apparently, the upper brass don't like to have their iron fists rattled.
It was an ordinary evening at Lone Pine Mall. All Kevin Durant wanted was a new pair of shoes. Then the space-time continuum showed up.
Bill Hader, Christopher Lloyd, Tinker Hatfield, Donald Fullilove and KD star in a film about the most famous shoes never made, in an effort to support the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's research.
We haven’t heard the last from Hank Williams Jr. The country legend is taking his dispute with ESPN and FOX News to iTunes, announcing the release of his new song in response to the controversial axing by TV execs, called 'Keep The Change'.
Williams is also ramping up a media tour, with scheduled appearances on The View and Hannity.
The Meatrix continues with The Meatrix II: Revolting! The second installment of the Meatrix (www.themeatrix.com) features three superhero farm animals including Leo, the young pig who wonders if he is "the one," Chickity, the feathered family farm defender, and Moopheus, the trench-coat clad cow with a passion for green pastures. The sequel delivers even more action, adventure, and humor than the first as the three plunge into the revolting reality of industrial dairy farming. The Meatrix II: Revolting was created and produced by Sustainable Table (www.sustainabletable.org) and Free Range Studios (www.freerangestudios.com)
The movie that started it all! The Meatrix spoofs The Matrix films and highlights the problems with factory farming.
Instead of Keanu Reeves, The Meatrix stars a young pig, Leo, who lives on a pleasant family farm... he thinks. Leo is approached by a trenchcoat-clad cow, Moopheus, and joins him on a journey to learn more about what goes on behind closed barn doors at factory farms.
The Meatrix was created and produced by Sustainable Table and Free Range Studios.
"I haven't used a clip from the Daily Show or any Viacom material in my videos for almost six months, but, last week, when Matt Groening, creator of "The Simpsons," appeared on the Daily Show, he revealed information of such public interest about how Fox News assesses its own viewers, I had to make this video.
Finally, more information about the March 2003 episode of "The Simpsons," titled "Mr. Spritz Goes to Washington," from which I fairly used a short clip in my video is available at: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0701185/"
BRIAN KILMEADE: We keep marrying other species and other ethnics--
GRETCHEN CARLSON: Are you sure you are not suffering from some of the causes of dementia right now?
BRIAN KILMEADE: The problem is the Swedes have pure genes. They marry other Swedes, that's the rule. Finns marry other Finns; they have a pure society. In America we marry everybody. We will marry Italians and Irish.