Countdown: Vol. 10, No. 9

Posted on August 09, 2011
Does Al Gore like Yalla Change? Does Herman Cain have a new problem? Will we face Jedi knights at the airport? Countdown has the answers.
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Countdown: Vol. 10, No. 8

Posted on August 02, 2011
Finally, an agreement to raise the debt ceiling, a politician willing to take on crazy talk (he may not be who you expected), and more evidence that it's time to Yalla Change!
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Countdown: Vol.10, No.7

Posted on July 26, 2011
And the best scolding for their absurd brand of journalism came from Stephen Colbert who satirically suggested the headlines for the rest of the year should just all read “bad thing happens some place; Muslims involved” while journalists devote the rest of their time to the retractions (it’s a must-watch).
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Countdown: Vol.10, No.6

Posted on July 19, 2011
In this week's Countdown, Herman Cain steps up the Islamophobic rhetoric (again), Michele Bachmann gaffes (twice), Walid Shoebat is exposed (finally), debt negotiations stall, and much more!
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Countdown: Vol. 10, No. 5

Posted on July 12, 2011
Countdown: Vol.10, No.5
This edition covers issues ranging from the Sharia craze to the latest developments in Yemen.
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Countdown: Vol. 10, No. 4

Posted on July 06, 2011
Countdown: Vol. 10, No. 4
This edition covers issues including the budget debate and U.S. policy in the Middle East.
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Countdown: Vol. 10, No. 3

Posted on June 28, 2011
Countdown: Vol. 10 , No. 3
This week's edition of Countdown covers a wide range of issues, from Afghanistan and the debt ceiling to strange political ads and foreign policy debate.
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Countdown: Vol. 10, No. 2

Posted on June 21, 2011
This edition covers issues ranging from the first GOP presidential debate hosted by CNN in New Hampshire, to the recent Turkish Elections.
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It’s Back!

Posted on June 13, 2011
With the 2012 election a mere 512 days away, we are re-launching Countdown in time for tonight's Republican primary debate on CNN in New Hampshire. Even though the debate won’t include all the delightful candidates polling below 2%, we’ll try not to be as elitist as CNN is accused of being but we are still launching our 2012 coverage with the first debate that people from Washington care about. Read it and let us know what you think. And even better, feel free to drop us an email with items we should include in future editions of Countdown.
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