Update at 10:14 a.m. ET: Although the source of the blast is unclear, Al-Jazeera TV notes that Norwegian prosecutors on Tuesday filed a terrorism charge against Mullah Krekar, founder of the Kurdish Islamist group Ansar al-Islam. Mullah Krekar is accused of threatening a former minister, Erna Solberg, with death, Al-Jazeera says.
July 9, 2011 at 10:58pm
I really appreciate you hoping for Armageddon out here.
July 6, 2011 at 8:33pm
No misprint. That was measured onshore.
It was a 7.6, not a monster 9 like Japan.
BTW, the Tsunami warning has been canceled.
June 26, 2011 at 11:41am
“They’re resisting american dictatorship of their country.”
So THAT’S why they blow up hospitals, vegetable markets and Mosques.
June 25, 2011 at 1:51pm
“They want to stop people from smoking tobacco which of course is legal, yet they want people to smoke illegal drugs. So they’re not concerned about pot smoking causing cancer? ”
Hell no they’re not concerned about smoking weed causing cancer.
They’re only concerned about the tax revenue they can get from it, nothing more.
May 12, 2011 at 11:07pm
78 comments here, and yours and Patrick IN AZ are the only two that make sense.
Problem is he and his buddies up there on stage love to spout the racist bull crap. When you get down to, it they just love to keep telling blacks that they are victims. Like telling a child he is stupid and no good, if you tell someone they are something long enough they come to believe it. They are the ones that are reverting this country back to the days before Selma, not white people.
Sharpton gets air time on FOX for the "fair and balance" motto.
>More that likely, its so people can actually hear & 'see' what Sharpton and his ilk REALLY are.
March 26, 2011 at 4:50pm
“By the third week in January, he was still not losing enough for them quickly enough — he was still doing the 800-calorie-a-day diet, and he was still wearing the waist band and the waist band did not work, so he put on a scuba diving suit under his two layers of sweat shirts and sweat pants and was told to run at an uphill incline for an hour and a half to two hours every other day on an 800-calorie-a-day diet,” she said.”
This guy couldn’t figure out on his own that this was probably a terrible idea???????????????
March 22, 2011 at 10:49pm
Talk to someone, ANYONE at Fox and replay your show at a later time so we on the West coast have a shot at seeing it.
As far as the BP oil spill is concerned...
Clean Water Act of 1972
President’s responsibility to ensure the clean-up MANDATED by Sec. 311 (8) of the Clean Water Act 1972:
“The OPA amended the Federal authority in § 311 to respond to spills. Prior to the OPA, § 311 authorized the President to respond to discharges of oil and hazardous substances, but there was significant latitude for private cleanup efforts by the discharger. The OPA amended § 311 to mandate the President to take action to ensure “effective and immediate removal of a discharge, and mitigation or prevention of a substantial threat of a discharge, of oil or a hazardous substance.”9 The President’s removal authority is primarily carried out through the creation and implementation of facility and response plans.”
According to the Clean Water Act, Sec. 311(8), which was revised by the Oil Pollution Act of 1990, the POTUS is solely responsible for coordination of the efforts to cleanup this hazardous discharge, and do so immediately. Not only is the POTUS solely responsible, but is mandated by law to act expeditiously. The question remains who gave the orders for oil dispersants to be sprayed on the oil slick? Did the POTUS give BP “carte blanche” freedom to deal with the oil slick as they deemed appropriate? Pres. Obama has ‘some’ laxity in delegating authority, ie., US Coast Guard Admiral, Thad Allen, but is still responsible for the protection of our waters and citizens. Why weren’t the Danish boats, offered three days after the crisis began, utilized in an all out effort to minimize damage?
I believe that a strong case of negligence in this matter could be made against Pres. Obama for his mishandling of the disaster, his reticence in acting quickly as mandated by law and the apparent disconnect between reality and political spin. If what Univ. of Georgia scientist, Samantha Joye, stated is even only partially true: “The devastation, she said, could last "years or decades. It's still there and it's going to degrade very slowly”…then a case of criminal negligence needs to be considered.
Can you say New Madrid Fault ?
Felina-Madrid fault line? No...but Presidential incompetence no doubt...
January 23, 2011 at 9:49am
“revealing dramatic progress in the country’s efforts to develop cutting-edge military technologies”
Just because it looks like an F-22 on ‘roids doesn’t mean jack.
The fact that it is bigger does mean something - it means it will be far less effective. Plus, it has technology that is 20 years out of date as its basis. The F-22 will smoke this thing, just as it has anything else.
Didn't the Obama admin cancel production of the F-22?
Our Government can be bought.
"MADE IN CHINA". That inspires a lot of confidence.