Tag: Osama Bin Laden

Consider this a long-read: Michael Moore has penned a well-written opinion piece (on his own website, duh) about what the death of Osama Bin Laden means to the United States and to others who look up to the United States. First off, he says he is glad that Osama is dead. I don’t think there’s […]


Photo: Pete Souza This photo has been released by The White House for about a week now and if you haven’t seen it yet, it shows the President, Vice President, and several very important members of the National Security Team converged in a room on May 1, 2011 apparently getting updates on the raid that […]

Hearing the reactions of kids on the death of Osama Bin Laden is really interesting, particularly because it shows how an entirely different generation — many of whom were either not born or too young to remember the attacks on 9/11 — have grown up thinking about Osama and Al Qaeda.

The Pentagon has released at least 3 silent video tapes of Osama Bin Laden rehearsing some sort of speech in front of the camera in an effort to prove to the few leftover skeptics that they indeed kill Osama and obtain his substantial cache of terrorist information from his compound. If you’re reading this post […]


The Telegraph has obtained some photos from a Taiwanese martial arts coach named Jimmy Wu who claims he taught Osama Bin Laden judo in the 1980′s. To prove this, the judo master has released a photo of himself standing next to a young and tall Saudi man that resembles Osama Bin Laden. Jimmy apparently had […]

For some reason hearing kids discuss this topic is kind of funny. Especially little Nathan there… [via]