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Post Election Hangover




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Frank Caliendo

Craig Ferguson interviews comedian and impressionist Frank Caliendo




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Sex in the City

What is it about this country that it gets the giggles and then is offended by the most innocuous things. It would be nice if it could just grow the fuck up.




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American Trouble Maker

Craig Ferguson interviews Bill Maher on Iraq, that bus has sailed. Religion is bad drugs are good. What Ann Coulter really meant when she called John Edwards a faggot, and more.




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Scooter

Craig Ferguson's take on the Scooter Libby verdict.
"Some say that Libby took a bullet for Dick Cheney, but Cheney normally delivers the bullet himself"




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Global Warming

Craig Ferguson weighs in on global warming. Al Gore, Hannity and Colmes, Ann Coulter and vegetarians all come in for a bit of criticism.




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Lake of Fire

Craig Ferguson on Pat Robertson's 2007 predictions.




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Bible Study

"I'm thinking about the enigma of ancient spiritual texts, and then all of a sudden things are explained to me." —Craig Ferguson


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Third In Line

Craig Ferguson on the aftermath of the election, George is depressed, Rumsfeld is gone, and Nancy is third in line.




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Say Goodbye

Craig Ferguson with a Rumsfeld Remembrance


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I'm Like Fox News

Craig Ferguson has a bit of fun at the expense of Fox News.




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"Men are from Mars, Women Are from Venus and Self-Help Books are from Uranus&mdash Craig Ferguson

Overconfidence is a disadvantage in war, finds study

Women are from Venus, Men are from Mars, and self-help books are from Uranus— Craig Ferguson
Keep the Net Neutral

Scientists urge evolution lessons

The world's top scientists have joined forces to call for "evidence-based" teaching of evolution in schools.

A statement signed by 67 national science academies says evidence on the origins of life is being "concealed, denied, or confused" in some classes.
It lists key facts on evolution that "scientific evidence has never contradicted".

These include the formation of Earth 4.5 billion years ago, and the onset of life at least 2.5 billion years ago.

"We know of schools in various parts of the world where the children are told that the Earth is about 8,000 years old," said Yves Quere, co-chair of the Inter Academy Panel on International Issues, the global network of science academies.

"So in this statement we say you cannot teach this to children, it is wrong."

Dr Quere said the statement reflected growing concern within the scientific community that children were not being taught basic facts on evolution and the nature of scientific inquiry.

"In some countries, the simple theory of evolution is denied in the teaching of children in schools," he said.


Coulter mangles Dover case

There is an irony buried deep under the vitriol, idiocy, slander, vileness, ignorance, stupidity and simply breathtaking inanity that passes for the contribution to the public discourse of an alleged carbon-based life-form that goes by the name of Ann Coulter.


WMD

A Pentagon official who confirmed the findings said that all the weapons were pre-1991 vintage munitions "in such a degraded state they couldn't be used for what they are designed for."

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It's polite to knock. no knock warrants are unnecessary and erode our 4th amendment rights.

More No Knock


Mad Kane on Dubs Shriveling Coalition

The Bandwidth of Sex not related to Dub's shriveling whatever it was.

Don Davis on Suskind's new book The One Percent Doctrine

Bill Gates Bug Killer

Craig Ferguson on Bill Gates retirement.



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What's driving you crazy?

Bill Maher was a guest on Craig Ferguson's show the other night, and answered Craig's question; what's driving you crazy. The answer, our country is becoming a theocracy, the tabloid culture, and our perspective about crime. He used the Michael Jackson case to make his point.

"The whole country is becoming a theocracy... People have no perspective about crime ... I was savagely beaten once by bullies in the school yard... If I had a choice of being savagely beaten or gently masturbated by a pop star—It's just me"

So what do you think? Would you rather be savagely beaten or gently masturbated? What about penalties? Should they be comparable? Are they?

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Links With Your Coffee—Tuesday

Lest we forget it was on this day in 1633 that Galileo was brought to trial, and the formal interrogation by the Inquisition began. Thanks to Patrick for the reminder.

This cute bit was taken from the Craig Ferguson Show last week.
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Talibant Rant Avery Ant and another one minute rant in this one he auditioned to be a member of the Monty Python gang, well that and Osamma bin Laden. (flash)

I never wanted to do this I wanted to be a Lumberjack Eric Idle from the Greedy Bastard tour (Real Video)

Ernst Mayr, Biologist Extraordinaire

Some three weeks before his death, I called him at home in Bedford and asked, "Ernst, how are you? How do you feel?" He responded cheerily, "I feel fine. That is, I feel exceptionally well given the diagnosis." "What diagnosis?" I asked. "Didn't I tell you? The doctors tell me I have cancer. It has already metastasized, but I don't feel sick at all." "Oh, Ernst, I'm so sorry," I responded. "Well, Lynn," he said cheerfully, "I will have to die of something."


The big issues

What is the meaning of the rise in popularity of philosophy? Julian Baggini thinks he has the answers.
Good news for education in the UK. I'm not aware of any similar programs in the U.S. and that is pitiful. If I'm wrong will someone please tell me. I find it so depressing that education in this country is simply designed to fill slots in the corporate machine, independent thinking not needed and not wanted.

The New PC

Today's accusations against subversive professors differ from those of the past in several respects. In a sign of the times, the test for disloyalty has shifted far toward the center. Once an unreliable professor meant an anarchist or communist; now it includes Democrats. Soon it will be anyone to the left of Attila the Hun. Second, the charges do not (so far) come from government committees investigating un-American activities but from conservative commentators and their student minions. A series of groups such as Campus Watch, Academic Bias and Students for Academic Freedom enlist students to monitor and publicize professorial conduct. Third, the new charges are advanced not against but in the name of academic freedom or a variant of it; and, in the final twist, the new conservative critics seem driven by an ethos that they have adopted from liberalism: affirmative action and a sense of victimhood, which they officially detest.

Conservatives complain relentlessly that they do not get a fair shake in the university, and they want parity--that is, more conservatives on faculties. Conservatives are lonely on American campuses as well as beleaguered and misunderstood. News that tenured poets vote Democratic or that Kerry received far more money from professors than Bush pains them. They want America's faculties to reflect America's political composition. Of course, they do not address such imbalances in the police force, Pentagon, FBI, CIA and other government outfits where the stakes seem far higher and where, presumably, followers of Michael Moore are in short supply. If life were a big game of Monopoly, one might suggest a trade to these conservatives: You give us one Pentagon, one Department of State, Justice and Education, plus throw in the Supreme Court, and we will give you every damned English department you want.



Pothead Grandmother Spared Jail Would she fare so well if she lived in this country. Kind of makes a mockery of Marijuana laws here and there doesn't it.

A 66-year-old British grandmother with a taste for marijuana casserole was spared jail Friday despite admitting she had shared cannabis-laced cookies with fellow pensioners...The white-haired, bespectacled granny was unrepentant, and said she would keep cooking with pot.