Samuel L. Jackson, Victoria Beckham have ‘awkward’ encounter at Wimbledon

http://twitter.com/#!/zafarrazzacki/status/485827330796179456

Samuel L. Jackson and Victoria Beckham sat next to each other during the final match of Wimbledon Sunday.

http://twitter.com/#!/CleoLed/status/485799671080976384

Here’s what it looked like:

http://twitter.com/#!/trim_obey/status/485800180504330240
http://twitter.com/#!/Tony_K1892/status/485831104192974848
http://twitter.com/#!/_trpl/status/485829032513384448

Definitely a 10 on the awkwardness scale.

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FTR’s #MarxMadness poll: Vote your bracket for most vile lefty now!

http://twitter.com/#!/Beregond/status/182408184785403905

Our friends at FTRRadio.com have launched the Marx Madness contest. “We think this is going to be a lot of fun. The station put together a great selection committee that had to narrow a large field down to just sixty-four people–and it was a difficult task”, said Thomas LaDuke, Executive Director of FTR Radio. “Over the years, liberals have been very effective at poking fun at conservatives. We thought this would be a fun way to return the favor.”

Each person will be seeded, one through sixteen in four different regions. Winners in each individual match up will be determined by votes cast on the station’s website, http://FTRRadio.com. Every region will crown a regional champion, who will move on to the final two rounds. It will take six rounds of voting before a MVP will be determined.

The contest will be conducted over an eleven day period. For more information on The FTR Radio Marx Madness Tournament, he said to visit http://FTRRadio.com.

Vote now! (Here’s the link to the poll.)

This gives me hope for mankind. #MarxMadness RT @tksjewelry: @ezradulis @Beregond http://t.co/IwxJgm0C

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Jane Fonda won #MarxMadness?

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News to us: Salon.com’s Irin Carmon claims no Gosnell coverup

http://twitter.com/#!/Mermaz/status/322766679635542016

@lilmissrightie @salon The best response they could come with after being called out for not reporting on #Gosnell is, “Nuh Uh!” Grow up.

— Wendy Z (@WendyZieres) April 12, 2013

Despite being rightly called out by pro-life advocates for ignoring the trial of alleged baby murderer Kermit Gosnell, members of the feminist Left are insisting that we’ve had them pegged all wrong. In a Salon.com article today, Irin Carmon attempts to argue that “there is no Gosnell coverup”:

No, they aren’t right about the Gosnell story. If you’ve never heard of the Gosnell story, it’s not because of a coverup by the liberal mainstream media. It’s probably because you failed to pay attention to the copious coverage among pro-choice and feminist journalists, as well as the big news organizations, when the news first broke in 2011. There would be something rich, if it weren’t so infuriating, about these (almost uniformly male, as it happens) reporters and commentators scrambling to break open this shocking untold story. You know, the one that was written about herehere and here, to name some disparate sources.

.@salon‘s piece claiming no Gosnell media ignorance points to “copious coverage” by mainstream outlets “Rheality Check” and “The Grio”

— Steve (@sstrella) April 12, 2013

salon.com/2013/04/12/the… There is no #gosnell cover-up. Old, obscure links as proof!We need more abortion!Nice try, @salon

— Mary Keane (@QueenOfKeane) April 12, 2013

Good job @salon for citing news stories from 2 yrs ago while claiming “There is no Gosnell coverup” salon.com/2013/04/12/the…#gosnell

— Kristine Marsh (@kristine_writes) April 12, 2013

This is how Carmon responds to truth seekers’ insistence that the MSM has failed to do its job and cover the Gosnell story?

“I can’t speak for big news organizations, but there is no #Gosnell ‘tragedy’ cover-up,” by @salon‘s @irincarmon ~ salon.com/2013/04/12/the…

— Adam Baldwin (@adamsbaldwin) April 12, 2013

If she can’t speak for the mainstream media, how can she confidently declare that there has not been a cover-up? We’re not buying it.

The attempt to gloss over Gosnell media silence from @irincarmon is incredibly unconvincing: bit.ly/114U3lk

— Kevin W. Glass (@KevinWGlass) April 12, 2013

@salon_politics there is little to no coverage on outlets most ppl read/watch. Sorry Salon isn’t more popular. #gosnell@kirstenpowers10

— Shannon (@LibrtarianMommy) April 12, 2013

@irincarmon @salon Television coverage, for those that don’t read their news on the internet? Quit trying to excuse the coverup. #Gosnell

— Lisa Hollar (@jezri1) April 12, 2013

There is no Gosnell coverup salon.com/2013/04/12/the… via @salonWell, when there’s no coverage, there’s no coverage to cover-up.

— Brother – James(@Docjp) April 12, 2013

Exactly.

Kirsten Powers, who has been on the front lines working to expose the Gosnell horrors, isn’t buying Carmon’s argument, either:

@rtraister @jeffreygoldberg @douthatnyt @irincarmon Pls send the NYT and WP reports of the trial.

— Kirsten Powers (@kirstenpowers10) April 12, 2013

@rtraister @jeffreygoldberg @douthatnyt @irincarmon I can’t believe that u are actually claiming this got real coverage. Evening news?

— Kirsten Powers (@kirstenpowers10) April 12, 2013

@rtraister @jeffreygoldberg @douthatnyt @irincarmon And if it was being covered so well how did so many big news consumers not know about it

— Kirsten Powers (@kirstenpowers10) April 12, 2013

That’s an excellent question.

Carmon — as well as several of the articles she links to in her piece — also echoes Amanda Marcotte’s disgusting assertion that misogynistic pro-life advocates are ultimately responsible for the atrocities that took place in Gosnell’s clinic:

The #Gosnell spin begins since the cover-up failed. is.gd/3QZyYU Somehow, it’s just us men who didn’t see media coverage.

— Aaron Earls (@wardrobedoor) April 12, 2013

One writer on Salon denies a lack of coverage of #gosnell trial, and blames prolifers for his infanticides salon.com/2013/04/12/the… #prolife

— Chris Gast (@chrisgast) April 12, 2013

We hate to break it to Carmon, but falsely blaming the pro-life movement for what went on in Gosnell’s clinic is not the same as confronting the crimes he is accused of committing. Does she have any outrage left for, you know, the man who allegedly sanctioned and participated in the murder of women and babies?

@salon …” who allegedly committed horrific acts against his patients with impunity for years.” Were the babies patients too? #gosnell

— Dusty West Texan (@flycast641) April 12, 2013

Perhaps I missed it @irincarmon, I see no concern for murdered babies here. And “abortion care?” Oxymoron? ow.ly/k0VbG #Gosnell

— Jeremy Reidy (@JLeeReidy) April 12, 2013

She’s far too busy lamenting “the morass of restrictive laws allegedly meant to protect women.” In her warped view, it’s because of women’s oppression that Gosnell’s clinic existed.

This is about infanticide, Irin. Whether you consider yourself pro-life or pro-choice, what happened to these women and babies is horrific. Put aside your leftist feminist agenda for once and use your voice to speak for the victims. If they couldn’t be respected in life, then at least show their memories the regard they deserve.

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Related:

He kept severed feet in jars but escaped mainstream media coverage: Gosnell trial continues

Patricia Heaton wonders why no Gosnell trial coverage

Baby screamed, media silent: The MSM blackout on news of Gosnell worker who heard newborn ‘screaming’

Kirsten Powers, Michelle Malkin quiz the media: #WhoIsKermitGosnell, where’s the coverage?

Telling: NBC’s Luke Russert can’t turn to NBC for Gosnell trial coverage

Obama ignores Gosnell horrors with media’s aid: Pesky babies didn’t ‘just come out limp and dead’

Just a ‘local crime’ story: Floodgates open on demand for Gosnell mass murder trial coverage

Gosnell Wikipedia entry considered for deletion: ‘A local multiple-murder story … nothing more’

TweetFest: #Gosnell trends as Twitterers demand an end to the media blackout

Binder babes and FLOTUS’ bangs: News that got #MoreMediaCoverageThanGosnell

Empty chair media: Reserved media seating at Gosnell trial ‘empty all morning’ [photo]

ABC’s Terry Moran: Gosnell ‘probably the most successful serial killer’ in history

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