sony_ps4_largeSony CEO Kazuo Hirai announced yesterday that the electronic company will be missing its Nov. 14 shipping date for the PS4 and will be moving the highly anticipated gaming counsel to early 2014.

“We are tentatively looking at February 2nd for a new launch date. I am terribly sorry for the inconvenience and short notice. We know so many of our customers were looking forward to playing the PS4 over the holidays. Due to unforeseen circumstances, we have no choice but to delay the launch. It is in the best interest of our company and loyal fans,” Hirai said at a press conference in Tokyo.... Read More →


obamaCBSCBS News reported today that President Obama personally ordered an illegal cover-up of the Benghazi scandal.

According to documents obtained by 60 Minutes journalist Lara Logan, Obama instructed White House staff to destroy transcripts of telephone calls proving that he alone decided not to send troops to help personnel under attack from terrorists. Because of that fateful decision, U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans lost their lives
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goldmanwaterGoldman Sachs is coming under fierce criticism today for attempting to profit from Typhoon Haiyan though price gouging.

According to local reports, a company controlled by the notorious Wall Street investment bank is taking advantage of the storm's chaotic aftermath in the Philippines to charge huge markups on basic supplies, even selling one-liter bottles of water for 875 pesos (US$20) to thirsty survivors.... Read More →


blaziolightBill de Blasio announced today a plan to purchase every citizen of New York a free Amazon Kindle.

In an interview on MSNBC, the mayor-elect of the nation's largest city said the $940 million program would promote education and culture for everyone, rich and poor alike.... Read More →


cuccinelli_mcauliffe_606A bipartisan group of Virginia voters have started a campaign to recall newly elected Gov. Terry McAuliffe as a protest against the poor choices offered by both political parties in yesterday's gubernatorial election.

McAuliffe, a former Democratic National Committee chairman, defeated Tea Party-backed Republican Ken Cuccinelli, the state attorney general, with 48 percent to Cuccinelli's 45.5 percent on Tuesday. Libertarian Party candidate Robert Sarvis received 6.6 percent.... Read More →


img_28882_bfm-politique-jean-francois-cope-invite-a-reagir-a-un-reportage-sur-la-montee-du-fn-0809-e1383534617765Jean-François Copé said last night that school cafeterias in France should be prohibited from serving couscous.

In an interview with BFM TV, the leader of the center-right UMP party claimed that the popular North African food is a "gateway to terrorism" and not suitable for children.... Read More →


e22ca053342ac1814502b344a2b891e6Conservative commentator Ann Coulter stoked controversy today by calling on states to impose a special tax on grape-flavored soda.

In an interview on Fox News this morning, Coulter argued the levy could replace a proposed tax on interstate e-commerce, which Congress is currently debating.... Read More →


zach-galifianakis-snlZach Galifianakis has been cast as the male lead in the upcoming film adaptation of of the bondage-themed Fifty Shades of Grey series.

According to a report on, the comedian known for his playful role in The Hangover trilogy will tackle the the character of Christian Grey, the billionaire entrepreneur with a devious sexual life.... Read More →


nsa_sealNational Security Agency employees routinely accessed the credit cards of private U.S. citizens and world leaders and used them to purchase Christmas gifts, iPads, pornography, alcohol and other gifts, according to newly leaked classified documents.

The top-secret memos, released by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, detail how NSA employees carefully studied the credit card billing history of each U.S. citizen when making purchases for themselves so as not to arouse suspicion. Since there was no internal oversight or criticism of the practice, employees started purchasing more expensive items, often using the exclusive credit cards of the wealthy and powerful.... Read More →


murdochalexanderMedia mogul Rupert Murdoch has hired the outgoing head of the National Security Agency (NSA) to oversee his company's newspapers.

In a statement from News Corporation, Murdoch said Army Gen. Keith Alexander is "an experienced leader with a unique and varied background in information gathering, research and technology -- valuable skills that will help our newspapers continue to provide our readers the information they need long before our competitors do."... Read More →


ObamastationAs the battle over Obamacare rages in Washington, the White House is quietly using a little known provision of the law to roll out a nationwide network of free gas stations for minorities and the poor.

According to a report in The Detroit News this morning, the administration is using its authority under the Affordable Care Act to "improve transportation routes to hospitals" to dispense gasoline free of cost in disadvantaged neighborhoods.... Read More →


061713_atss_640-e1372211127213-257x170Sarah Palin claimed today that Jesus Christ celebrated Easter during his time on Earth.

In an interview with Fox and Friends this morning, the former Alaska governor promoted her new book about the left's "war on Christmas" and argued that all Christian holidays should return to the traditional versions practiced by Jesus.... Read More →