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  1. Van Jones, New Host of Crossfire, on The Dinner Party Download

    —Huffduffed by smokler 7 months ago

  2. Jun 27, 2013 — Bill Scher & Matt K. Lewis


    —Huffduffed by mikedouglas 9 months ago

  3. Piers Morgan Vs. Alex Jones: A Critical Analysis

    In this episode of the Smells Like Human Spirit Podcast, Guy Evans casts a critical eye towards last night’s incredible in-studio confrontation between radio host Alex Jones and CNN presenter Piers Morgan. The showdown between Jones and Morgan had been brewing for a while, with tensions being escalated in the wake of Morgan labeling Larry Pratt, executive director of the Gun Owners of America, an ‘unbelievably stupid man’ on his show last month.

    It made for fascinating television. Two men with such diametrically opposed styles, beliefs, and backgrounds met face to face for two segments. They ranted, raved, interrupted, shouted at and insulted each other in a startling clash of philosophies.

    This is an episode you don’t want to miss. Check it out, spread the word and peace!

    —Huffduffed by scottsteiner one year ago

  4. “Left, Right or Center, its Time for CNN to Rethink It’s Brand” — Marketplace

    Despite being on track to having one of its most profitable years ever, CNN is looking to make a major change. The network is hunting for a new leader, and they think they found their man.

    —Huffduffed by smokler one year ago

  5. Don Mann: Inside Seal Team Six

    CNN’s John Lisk speaks with Navy SEAL, Don Mann about his new book, "Inside SEAL Team Six," the elite Navy unit that hunted down and assassinated Osama bin Laden. Mann is a former SEAL training officer.


    —Huffduffed by lach 2 years ago

  6. CNN News Anchor Rick Sanchez Plays ‘Not My Job’

    CNN news anchor Rick Sanchez was tweeting before Twitter was cool. Wait, it’s still not cool … but no matter. Because he’s such an expert in new social media, we’ve asked him to play a game called "Queen Victoria could have tweeted, but chose not to." Three questions about old social media — namely, the telegraph — inspired by the book The Victorian Internet by Tom Standage.

    —Huffduffed by briansuda 3 years ago