Chris Hayes offers Columbus PSA; Richard Grenell shares ‘related news’

http://twitter.com/#!/RightGlockMom/status/521642485312139264

Today is Columbus Day, which means many on the Left are busy pointing out how terrible it is to have a holiday based on Christopher Columbus (though many are perhaps nevertheless taking advantage of the day off).

MSNBC’s Chris Hayes offered this Columbus Day public service announcement:

No but for real: Christopher Columbus was a world-historical asshole.

— Christopher Hayes (@chrislhayes) October 13, 2014

Richard Grenell suggested Hayes should be worried about other things:

In related news, MSNBC ratings slump @chrislhayes: No but for real: Christopher Columbus was a world-historical asshole.

— Richard Grenell (@RichardGrenell) October 13, 2014

For real!

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Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/10/13/richard-grenell-gives-columbus-hating-chris-hayes-related-news-to-worry-about/


This Guy’s Employees Of The Week Are Way Cuter (And Fuzzier) Than You’d Expect

Working as a second-generation owner of Stairface and Josephsen Harwood Floors, Fred Josephsen spends most of his days making clients’ homes look gorgeous.

And being the avid animal lover that he is, Josephsen loves getting to know people’s pets in the process. He loves these critters so much, in fact, that he’s started snapping photos of them for an adorable reason. While the photos started off as an inside joke between his close family and friends, the flooring expert decided to upload them to his business’ Facebook page, deeming each kitty and doggo “employee of the week.”

And thanks to Josephsen’s son Dillon, the flooring guru is gaining national attention after the young man posted a series of the employee photos on Twitter.

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The flu is serious business.. Told you so


The flu is serious business.. Told you so

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Set your phasers to ‘stun': Another Hollywood lefty can’t handle the RNC


http://twitter.com/#!/ZacharyQuinto/status/241391696758333440

The “Star Trek” actor was apparently watching coverage of the Republican National Convention tonight, and he didn’t like what he saw. Clint Eastwood really seemed to stick in his craw:

apparently clint eastwood didn't watch the pilot of newsroom.

— Zachary Quinto (@ZacharyQuinto) August 31, 2012

About six people watched the premiere of “The Newsroom.” And most of them regretted it.

is this a segment for mrs. eastwood and company?

— Zachary Quinto (@ZacharyQuinto) August 31, 2012

Cute.

Quinto soon switched gears and went after Mitt Romney for his praise of family, hard work, and success:

really mitt?! "freedom. freedom to build a life"?! seems like there are some pretty specific qualifiers with our definition.

— Zachary Quinto (@ZacharyQuinto) August 31, 2012

got to tip the hat to the nepotism. keep it in the family.

— Zachary Quinto (@ZacharyQuinto) August 31, 2012

Quit with the nepotism canard, Zachary. Deny it all you want, but Romney’s success in life? He built that. And the “freedom to build a life”? It’s real, and it’s spectacular.

"in the business of helping other businesses." good to know that nothing's changed.

— Zachary Quinto (@ZacharyQuinto) August 31, 2012

In Quinto’s galaxy, helping businesses succeed is something to be frowned upon. Unless the government is the one doing the “helping,” of course.

Quinto continued:

"i'm running for president to create a better future…" unless you're gay. or a woman. or anyone under the age of 30.

— Zachary Quinto (@ZacharyQuinto) August 31, 2012

Oh, right! Because Republicans totally hate women, gays, and minorities.

He went on to retweet these little gems:

@ZacharyQuinto Or Muslim. Or black. Or Hispanic. Or terminally ill. Or poor… You stopped way too early.

— Taylor Carson (@TheCarsonDaily) August 31, 2012

@ZacharyQuinto Didn't we just redefine freedom? Oh wait, no, that was rape.

— Aunt Padawan (@AuntPadawan) August 31, 2012

Zachary could have saved himself a lot of time if he’d’ve just hired Cher to tweet for him. Next time!

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2012/08/31/set-your-phasers-to-stun-another-hollywood-lefty-cant-handle-the-rnc/


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Now The Internet Belongs To Us — And To Politics


Thursday’s net neutrality ruling was a victory for consumers. It also ushers in a new age for the mainstream politics of the internet.

Net neutrality won. The internet is ours! We’ve taken it! Stolen it back from the people who, well, provide it to us at a pretty reasonable rate, truth be told. The entire library of human everything delivered right to your doorstep for a mere $20 to $50 or so a month, depending on how fast it is that you want that everything. Now that the FCC has voted to enshrine net neutrality, there is nothing left standing between you and the great unlimited gush of audio and video bits and packets slip-sliding right into your Sonos at democratically arrived-at speeds, unencumbered by fast or slow lanes. It means that your startup porn comes right to you with the same speed as your well-established, big business, legacy pornography. Let the binge-watching bonanza begin, this is America!

And yet, it still could serve as a political bludgeon. An example of the way President Obama overreaches. Something that divides Democrats and Republicans. In other words: politics as usual.

No matter your feelings on net neutrality, it’s hard to feel like the FCC’s decision Thursday represents anything other than the mainstreaming of the internet as a political issue. Because while net neutrality’s victory means that things on the technology side will largely stay the same, it also means that something pretty big changed politically.

Remember, it was just over a year ago that net neutrality looked crispy. The movement over the 13 months that took net neutrality from dead to all but enshrined is demonstrable evidence that technology and the internet have become mainstream issues that will play a big, permanent role in politics.

As the net becomes ever more something that is a part of mainstream, middle-class American life, it’s going to also become increasingly subject to regulation and legislation. And along with that, people are increasingly going to care about how it’s regulated. The internet is now meat-and-potato politics, like gas prices and health care costs — the quotidian stuff of City Hall press conferences, empty congressional speeches, vision and demagoguery alike, and of high-pressure, high-stakes regulatory action.

There will be all kinds of internet issues at play in the upcoming election cycle. And that’s just going to keep going, and going, and going. It’s why beltway heavyweights like David Plouffe and Jay Carney are going to work for tech firms, and why even traditionally politically shy tech firms like Apple are lobbying hard now.

Net neutrality’s win proves that internet issues are popular issues, and ones that politicians are going to have to pay attention to. It is because the internet has become a popular, mainstream political issue that Barack Obama made a major push on net neutrality last fall. It is because the internet has become a popular, mainstream political issue that FCC chairman Tom Wheeler reversed course from his previous stance. “The internet must be fast, fair and open,” he wrote in a Wired opinion piece. “That is the message I’ve heard from consumers and innovators across this nation.”

Those consumers are also known as voters. And by this summer, net neutrality –not exactly a traditional meat and potatoes issue — had gotten politically hot. Obama himself was following voters, not leading them. Americans had already flocked to the issue — especially after John Oliver weighed in on Last Week Tonight. That segment was so popular that his call to action effectively crashed the FCC’s website. Whether you credit John Oliver or Barack Obama with winning them over (and, come on, it was John Oliver) what’s really fascinating is that on this internet issue, America showed up. That’s new.

John Oliver’s epic net neutrality segment.

Of course, this wasn’t the first big political issue for the internet. SOPA and CISPA both caused a ruckus — and even led to radicalized anons performing large-scale civil disobedience in the form of protest-hacking. But these were sideshows by comparison. Or at least warm-ups. While they rallied effective opposition from a tech-savvy pool, they didn’t spill out as broadly into American homes.

Net neutrality did slosh out of containing screens and onto American dinner tables because it had a very clear pitch: Do you want your internet services to slow down? Do you want Orange Is the New Black to start buffering because Netflix couldn’t get a deal done with Time Warner? Do you want your games to choke out and stall? And America had a very clear response: Don’t fuck with my HBO Go, yo.

Net neutrality mattered because it was relatable to things that are already a part of all of our lives in a way that the CDA or the DMCA, or SOPA or CISPA or any other number of acronymic issues have not been. It’s not that the acronyms have been bad, it’s that net neutrality really connected to a way we’re already living.

Take a moment to look around you and see how many internet-connected things there are. And consider all of the various streams, services, and apps there are that serve those devices. And then think of what you would have seen with that same gaze just five or six years ago. That’s the difference.

The internet is in everything now, and that includes politics.

Read more: http://www.buzzfeed.com/mathonan/now-the-internet-belongs-to-us-and-to-politics


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‘Houston, we have an idiot': Looks like Sally Kohn forgot to check her mirror today


We know we just gave Sally Kohn the business yesterday over her mind-blowingly stupid take on ISIS, but this is just too good to let go:

Sheesh, Sally.

A big one.

She certainly seems to have misplaced her memory:

As a matter of fact …

Guess Sally didn’t see her reflection in that glass house she’s been living in.

Busted.

So. Busted.

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2015/11/17/houston-we-have-an-idiot-looks-like-sally-kohn-forgot-to-check-her-mirror-today/


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Rachel Dolezal’s 2018 wall calendar is a real thing packed with dozens of black history facts


We’d thought there was nowhere else for Rachel Dolezal to go once she’d published her 2017 memoir, “In Full Color: Finding My Place in a Black and White World,” in which she described “her harrowing childhood as a pale, blond girl growing up poor on the side of a Montana mountain.”

We’d forgotten that other holiday bookstore staple, though: the wall calendar.

Read more: https://twitchy.com/brettt-3136/2017/12/07/rachel-dolezals-2018-wall-calendar-is-a-real-thing-packed-with-dozens-of-black-history-facts/


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Kennedy to appear on cover of swimsuit issue (conditionally)


Fox Business News host and former MTV VJ Kennedy has revealed that she will appear on the cover of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue when former Virginia governor Jim Gilmore is elected president.

Gilmore did make a passing mention of being the next president at Thursday night’s undercard debate on Fox News.

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2016/01/28/gilmentum-fbns-kennedy-to-appear-on-cover-of-sports-illustrated-swimsuit-issue-conditionally/


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Cumia: Twitchy, stop being tattle tale p*ssies when I degrade McKayla Maroney


http://twitter.com/#!/AnthonyCumia/status/277915701463875584

How dare we accurately quote tweets!

@anthonycumia @steveyknight @twitchy twitchy, more like snitchy

— Colin hamilton(@Chamilton515) December 9, 2012

Like Ellen Barkin, the oh-so-classy Cumia is upset that we reported his self-published tweets.

.@anthonycumia @steveyknight @twitchy You posted in a public domain. Tattle tales? I think not.

— Buck That Trend! (@FatBrando) December 10, 2012

They are special snowflakes, you see! You are only allowed to quote things they’ve said if you are going to fawn all over them and praise them.

As Twitchy reported, the co-host of “Opie and Anthony” wished gymnast McKayla Maroney a happy 17th birthday by sexually degrading her. Cumia then doubled down and continued to take to Twitter to rationalize his disgusting “hymen breaking” tweet.

RT @sixxcrow @anthonycumia wow- they are acting as if you actually banged this girl. All you did was mention her hyman. -EXACTLY! assholes

— Anthony Cumia (@AnthonyCumia) December 9, 2012

Well, @cofemale mind your fucking business. As long as its legal, my preference isn’t your concern. Do you gay bash too?

— Anthony Cumia (@AnthonyCumia) December 9, 2012

His preference? “Throwing a banging” to the 17-year-old gymnast.

Any guy is lying if he says he wouldn’t throw a banging to McKayla Maroney.The dishonesty in USA2012 is nauseating.

— Anthony Cumia (@AnthonyCumia) December 9, 2012

Hey, it’s legal somewhere, the 51-year-old rationalizes.

RT @cofemale I wonder how long has been a pedophile. R U registered w/ the state.51&17 R not legal anywhere. Should investigate -yes it is

— Anthony Cumia (@AnthonyCumia) December 9, 2012

Plus, he shoots guns so he can’t be vile! Or something.

RT @aaronimholte read the comments section of that Twitchy storyApparently now you are a flaming liberal-Im shooting a .50 in my Avi! Ha

— Anthony Cumia (@AnthonyCumia) December 9, 2012

Some fans also rationalize by implying that we shouldn’t point out vile behavior, because conservative. Allegedly.

@anthonycumia @steveyknight does @twitchy know Cumia is one of the few entertaining conservatives on air today?

— JMO (@J1_O_M) December 9, 2012

@anthonycumia I find it bizarre how Twitchy decided to post your tweet. Michelle Malkin, a conservative, founded that website.

— chippah_seve1994 (@ChippahS) December 9, 2012

Sigh. Evidently, we should ignore the sexualizing and degrading of minor girls, then. It’s not repugnant if someone you like does it? That’s not conservative thinking; it’s leftist.

Cumia retweeted this one.

@greggutfeld Anthony Cumiafunny @times; but I will no longer watch Red Eye or 5 if you have him on again, EVER @anthonycumia #teaparty

— Tom Callow (@Kala_Bon) December 9, 2012

See, he’s on Red Eye and he wants to make sure you know it. So, you can’t call him out for his own reprehensible actions! Cumia is retweeting a bunch of tweets that are calling him out. Clearly, it is a sad attempt to rationalize and deflect. People are picking on him for his “preferences” and it is their fault. Silly rubes who believe in respect. And, you know, the non-degradation of girls.

By the way, Mr. Cumia, how can one “tattle” if someone hasn’t done anything wrong?

@anthonycumia @steveyknight @twitchy Should have acted like a decent man

— Amanda Hafley(@amandahafley) December 10, 2012

Indeed. But, evidently, that’s not his “preference.”

Update:

The foul-mouthed Cumia still can’t stand the heat and is viciously lashing out at his critics:

Really, @kelejohnson ?You want to make inaccurate accusations?How about YOU?#ChildMurderer

— Anthony Cumia (@AnthonyCumia) December 10, 2012

RT @markc574 If McKayla Maroney was my daughter I would break your fucking jaw. -Internet tough guy.Piss off.

— Anthony Cumia (@AnthonyCumia) December 10, 2012

Why doesn’t everyone just shut the fuck up and let me get back to my racist tweets.

— Anthony Cumia (@AnthonyCumia) December 10, 2012

RT @johncasolaroim starting not like you…. your a …..i hope you get ur time one day god i hope you do… -You’re on the drugs

— Anthony Cumia (@AnthonyCumia) December 10, 2012

RT @aces3123 you’re a foul mouthed scumbag! PEDOPHILE! -You look brain damaged & your wife has a fat pig face.

— Anthony Cumia (@AnthonyCumia) December 10, 2012

RT @wglibrarian That’ll impress ‘em.Deviant. -These religious characters that have been bashing me are like mentally challenged children

— Anthony Cumia (@AnthonyCumia) December 10, 2012

Disgusting.

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2012/12/10/anthony-cumia-twitchy-stop-being-tattle-tale-pssies-with-your-verbatim-quotes-of-my-tweets-about-throwing-a-bang-to-mckayla-maroney/


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