Saturday, December 25, 2010


TBRs weekly feature of stories you may have missed and a few favorite photos. The photos are from a Los Angeles Times feature, Best And Worst Movie Santa Clauses. The photo subject Santas are from the following motion pictures:

1. 'A Christmas Story' (1983)
2. 'The Santa Clause' (1994)
3. 'The Nightmare Before Christmas' (1993)
4. 'Miracle on 34th Street' (1947)

For more of the photos, check out Best And Worst Movie Santa Clauses. [Los Angeles Times]

1. Our Founding Fathers were Liberal, NOT Conservative. [PoliticusUSA]
2. Perv priest slaps probe. [New York Post]
3. Probable carcinogen hexavalent chromium found in drinking water of 31 U.S. cities. [The Washington Post]
4. Cops take 'suicidal' window ledge smoker to psych ward. [New York Post]
5. Where does fear come from? (Hint: It's not the Creepy Basement.) [Healthland]

6. Extended exposure to Fox News makes voters stupid, university study finds. [The Raw Story]
7. Memoirs by Dead Rock Stars we wish we could have read (Text & Photos) . [The Huffington Post]
8. Metro begins random bag inspections. [The Washington Post]
9. Highest Divorce rates in the World. [The Huffington Post]
10. Auditors question TSA's use of and spending on technology. [The Washington Post]

11. Good Teachers wanted, apply within. [Mother Jones]
12. Pennsylvania to probe breakdown of wine kiosks. [The Philadelphia Iquirer]
13. Coulter frets 'don't ask, don't tell' repeal: 'Let's hope the Germans don't reconstitute an army'. [The Daily Caller]
14. LeBron James discusses contraction. [ESPN]
15. TSA's Scanners can be fooled with Pancakes. [Talking Points Memo]

16. Colbert debuts his brand Of TSA 'Scanner-Defying Pancakes' (Text & Video). [Talking Points Memo]
17. Health Care costs and the Uninsured: The Republicans Have a Plan. [AOL News on Politics Daily]
18. The Humbug Express. [The New York Times]
19. New Republican majority, where do you intend to cut?. [OpEdNews]
20. New Hawaii Governor was there when Obama was born; Determined to correct Birthers. [Liberland]

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