Comedian John Fugelsang Talks Politics & More W/ Brian Engelman @ Politicon 2015.

Brian Engelman of The New American Media interviews radio host, comedian, and actor John Fugelsang about the 2016 election, his radio show & his documentary “Dream On” about searching for the modern day American dream.

Plus a whole lot more.

Check out John on Twitter @JohnFugelsang
You can catch his radio show “Tell Me Everything” on SiriusXM #121

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Politicon is a non partisan comic-con style event for politics and entertainment.

Panels, Debates, TV & Movie screenings, Live Radio, Podcasts, Comedy Shows, Q&A’s, Book Readings, Interviews, Meet & Greets, Art Exhibitions, Music Performances.

We have over 12 rooms ranging from 50 seaters to 3500 capacity at the downtown Los Angeles convention center. We are programming the event like a music festival with various events happening at the same time.

It’s up to you to pick your events – maybe a discussion between Newt Gingrich and David Axelrod or a Q&A with James Carville after a screening of the movie ‘The War Room’. Or watch Hugh Hewitt chat live on his radio show with his special guests.

The mix of politics and entertainment is everywhere, from the new season of Veep and House Of Cards, to a new political TV network, or political biography.

The audience for Politicon will be coming from all sides of the political spectrum.

We have created a platform for media of all types to present their own events: maybe a panel of fictional presidents, or a meeting of great minds for a debate on a difficult subject, to a a display of photography of political leaders. There are so many ideas for events we will need a week !

DownTown Los Angeles Convention Center, 1201 S Figueroa St,
9th & 10th October 2015 – See you there.

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POLITICON is not affiliated with any political organizations, parties or PACS, Ticket sales do not support any political affiliations and we are a completely non-partisan organization.


The Profound Impact of Insightful Comedy in a World Steeped in Insanity

by: Mike Adams

Natural News

I was devastated by the news of Robin Williams’ suicide this week. The man was an extraordinary comedic genius who was loved by millions.

We’re all wondering the same thing right now, probably: How could a man with such talent and such professional success feel so tormented by life that ending it seemed like an easier option than living through it? From the outside, it’s seductively easy for all of us to second guess the reasons, but in truth we can’t know what it was like to be Robin Williams.

On the surface, it’s all too easy for us to say, “He had success, money, fame and fans. He had it all!” And yet, as any successful celebrity can tell you, it’s not that simple.

When you’re famous, it’s difficult to have real friends. The more famous you are, the worse it gets. You never know if people like you for who you truly are or if they just want to get close to you to exploit your celebrity or influence for their own aims.

As most famous actors can readily attest, being famous is a lonely life path. Privately lonely, that is. Regardless of what public persona famous actors must put on for professional reasons, in truth, at the end of the day, when you’re sitting in your hotel room readying your next public performance, being a famous person is often a very lonely existence.

Robin Williams said it himself as depicted in this quote: “I used to think the worst thing in life was to end up alone. It’s not. The worst thing in life is to end up with people that make you feel all alone.”

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Print Media Dead At 1,803

NEW YORK—Sources close to print, the method of applying ink to paper in order to convey information to a mass audience, have confirmed that the declining medium passed away early Thursday morning.

The influential means of communication was 1,803.

Print, which had for nearly two millennia worked tirelessly to spread knowledge around the globe in the form of books, newspapers, magazines, pamphlets, and numerous other textual materials, reportedly succumbed to its long battle with ill health, leaving behind legions of readers who had for years benefited from the dissemination of ideas made possible by the advent of printed materials.

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Cleveland Browns Jokes


NEW Ohio Law: Beware!
from the Cleveland Ohio Cabbie

The Ohio Highway Patrol are cracking down on speeders heading towards and into the city of Cleveland.
For the first offense, they give you two Cleveland Browns tickets.
If you get stopped a second time, they make you use them.

Q. What do you call 47 millionaires sitting around a TV watching the Super Bowl?
A. The Cleveland Browns.

Q. What do the Cleveland Browns and Billy Graham have in common?
A. They both can make 70,000 people stand up and yell ‘Jesus Christ’.

Q. How do you keep a Cleveland Brown out of your yard?
A. Put up a goal post.

Q. What do you call a Cleveland Brown with a Super Bowl ring?
A. A thief.

Q. What’s the difference between the Cleveland Browns
and a dollar bill?
A. You can still get four quarters out of a dollar bill.

Q. How many Cleveland Browns does it take to win a Super Bowl?
A. Nobody knows and we may never find out!

Q. What do the Browns and a possums have in common?
A. Both play dead at home and get killed on the road!

submitted from “The Cleveland Ohio Cabbie”


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