Iran Supreme Leader Khamenei Leads In Iran Parliamentary Election, As Iran Announces Huge Oil Field Discovery

The results from Iran’s parliamentary election, whose outcome will have virtually no impact on the country’s foreign, nuclear or Iran policy, and thus change the country’s course vis-a-vis Israel and the US, are in, and following a supposedly high turnout as big as 64% which critics have blasted as a sham (unlike American low turnouts which are ‘pristine’, yet where both “opponents” end up paid representatives of the banker class) has seen suppor



Conservative Outrage Over Breitbart Death Comments Are Disingenuous

The shocking news about the sudden death of Andrew Breitbart has generated a whirlwind of commentary on the internet.

While some opponents have made distasteful comments, Breitbart himself was guilty of dancing on peoples graves….


File-Sharing Darling Dan Bull Publishes Anti-SOPA Rap

Since the recording industry is one of the key supporters of the pending SOPA legislation in the United States, it seems fitting that its opponents should use the medium of song to make their counter argument.


The Evolution of Grand Theft Auto (Infographic)

Let’s take a look at how this game of stealing cars and gunning down opponents has evolved over the years.


Gaddafi Revives Offer of Vote to End Libya Conflict

The Libyan government on Sunday renewed its offer to hold a vote on whether Muammar Gaddafi should stay in power, a proposal unlikely to interest his opponents but which could widen differences inside NATO.


The NGP Could be the Best Thing to Ever Happen to the PSP

You almost have to feel sorry for the PSP.

Overshadowed by the technically inferior DS, its biggest claim to fame for a long time was simply that it survived at all. Nintendo has a tendency of crushing its opponents in the handheld department. Then just when things were picking up, just when the Monster Hunter games were making it the must have handheld in Japan, Sony comes out and announces the NGP (I will not call it the Vita) and basically qua


Bloomberg: Sad Day For America If Mosque Plan Is Killed

New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg says it would be “a sad day for America” if opponents successfully kill plans for a mosque proposed near the World Trade Center site.