The Daily Show's Jon Stewart took the likes of Glenn Beck and his buddies over at Faux "news" to task for their carping about the new Noah movie, and the complaint that it's "not a documentary." STEWART: So you're telling me, the movie about a man who lives to 950 and loads two of every animal onto a 350 cubit long boat... you're telling me that film won't qualify to submit in the documentary category. That's outrageous. I guess what they're trying to say is this version is a bit different than what's from in the Bible.
A Catholic priest, who is serving on the Archdiocese of New York, and also employed as an analyst by Fox News, has warned that people associated with the movie "Noah" will "pay for it dearly" because they had used the word "creator" instead of God.
Glenn Beck really hated "Noah," which means it actually might be worth seeing, if only for the special effects and rock people.
Mark Cuban: A Galtian Overlord who believes in society.Tim Noah today makes an excellent point that it's become perfectly acceptable for elected officials to claim that showering already-wealthy people with even more money is the only way to create
I started this series using Doughy Pantload as the first example of how the conservative movement supports their authors. They make sure that eve