“Let me tell you a little story…”
“Let me tell you a little story…”
Esquire came under criticism by military affairs paper Stars and Stripes for wrongly claiming the Navy SEAL who killed bin Laden was denied health care, a claim Esquire vigorously pushed back against. Esquire claims it mentions this in the story, but a cached version of the online article indicates otherwise.
It’s one of the most overused and abused creative linchpins in advertising. But occasionally, art directors get it right.
This seems like a nice, normal hobby. Bill Warren claims to know where the terrorist mastermind was thrown overboard, and he’s determined to drag up his corpse
Democrats continued their attack on Mitt Romney today for 2007 remarks saying it was not worth moving “heaven on earth” to kill Osama Bin Laden. Rivals pilled on Romney for the remark and in this 2007 debate Romney addressed the comment, saying “we will move everything to get him,” and that his comments were meant to convey the larger scope of the War on Terror.
Romney’s 2007 gaffe was fodder but rivals, but also reflected a maximalist view on the War on Terror. “Not worth moving heaven and earth, spending billions of dollars just trying to catch one person.”
If Team Obama isn’t careful this could easily turn into the ‘12 version of a noun, a verb and 9/11.
Michael Moore stopped by The View to discuss his new book “Here Comes Trouble” and the finer points of his personal politics. View Media ›
WASHINGTON (AP) — Shortly before his death, Osama bin Laden recorded a message praising the Middle East protest movements and predicting that revolutions would spread across the region. “I think that the winds of change will blow over the entire Muslim world, with permission from Allah,” bin Laden said in the 12-minute message released online Wednesday. View List ›
Despite having no Internet access in his hideout, Osama bin Laden was a prolific email writer who built a painstaking system that kept him one step ahead of the U.S. government’s best eavesdroppers. View List ›
Barack Obama refuses to “spike the football,” so we’ll do it for him. This list is in no particular order and by no means comprehensive. Achievement unlocked: Reelection. View List ›
What was Osama bin Laden watching on TV while chillin’ in his house in Abbottabad? Tom Scott created a really funny way to make bin Laden watch different YouTube clips. It’s so much better than basic cable. View List ›
The Fine Brothers turn slightly serious for their latest installment of Kids Reacting to Things, this time getting youngsters’ impressions on the death of Osama bin Laden. An interesting mix of childhood naivete and precocious insight. Watch Video ›
It had to be done, and here it is! I knew Hitler and bin Laden were besties! Watch Video ›
USA Today/Gallup poll asked Americans their opinions about the mission to kill Osama bin Laden, and Good displayed the info succinctly in a nice infographic. It seems that most Americans approve that bin Laden was killed. Read More ›
This photo, taken near a New York fire station visited by President Obama, is 100% Fuck Yeah. Pay special attention to to the window display in the background. View List ›
In his first trip to New York following the death of Osama bin Laden, here are photos of President Obama laying a wreath and observing a moment of silence at Ground Zero. Beautiful and heart-wrenching. A small semblance of closure. View List ›
In his first trip to New York following the death of Osama bin Laden, here are photos of President Obama meeting with the first responders of September 11th. He’s seen here with firefighters at Engine 54, Ladder 4, Battalion 9 and with police officers at the First Precinct. And that’s indeed Rudy Giuliani with him. It’s nice to see everyone putting politics aside, at least for a few days. View List ›
These disturbing images, obtained by Reuters, show the corpses of three unidentified men who were shot by U.S. Navy SEALs in the raid that killed Osama bin Laden. They were taken by a Pakistani security official inside the compound shortly after the raid. None of them appear to be bin Laden himself. Again, these are very graphic. Not for the faint of heart. View List ›
The Tea Party will never be happy with anything President Obama does. Period. View List ›
These photos, currently making the rounds and purporting to be of Osama bin Laden’s body, are bogus. More fabrication than a Chinese textile factory. WARNING: A few of these are based on photos of real corpses and are very graphic. View List ›
Not everyone was so happy about Osama bin Laden’s death. Check out this collection of pictures of protests from around the Middle East condemning the killing of Osama bin Laden. View List ›
The Internet-O-Tron, being the well-lubricated chuckle machine that it is, has already cranked out a new meme based on the photo of President Obama watching the raid of Osama bin Laden’s compound. Since it arose on 4Chan, here are the few that don’t involve porn. And here are some more Obamemes! View List ›
Another photo from President Obama’s situation room in the moments before Osama bin Laden’s death. View Image ›
A whole cabal of conspiracy theories and perceived discrepancies surrounding the death of Osama bin Laden. Between this and Obama’s birth certificate, the conspiracy mill has been cranking out crazy like it’s going out of style. View List ›
Dude, his hair! Bin Laden Rastafarian? Even though this interview is several years old, it seems even more relevant now. Wonder if the son will do another interview? Did he want his father’s remains? Watch Video ›
Now for some political commentary on bin Laden’s death in it’s finest form: cartoons. View List ›
America: the memory of a goldfish. Not entirely sure how I feel about the Alabama tornado aftermath getting completely bumped from the front page. View Image ›