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Political Analyst Challenges Micheal Moore to Live Debate.

In the aftermath of the release of his new anti-American film, Fahrenheit 9/11, Michael Moore was today challenged to a live televised debate by internationally renowned political analyst, Ilya Osadchuk.

“The public has the right to know that Michael Moore is not telling the whole story,” says Osadchuk. “Fahrenheit 9/11 is propaganda,” he says. “It oversimplifies and distorts, and employs misleading editing to trick America into adopting Moore’s own personal beliefs.”

Ilya Osadchuk is a Russian-born political analyst who now lives in Australia. Before emigrating to Australia, Osadchuk held a number of influential positions, including President of Russia’s “GORBY” club, and member of the Department of Information for the UN. He is known in political circles as the analyst who “knows tomorrow’s news today” as he has yet to make a false prediction.

Lance in Space

Coming soon to a TV near you: hardbodies in zero-G

 

Lance Bass: The most moussed man in space   by Joe RoccoLance Bass: The most moussed man in space by Joe Rocco

NASA's chief of the Astronaut Corps sits behind a podium with three other space travelers. At his immediate left is one of Russia's top cosmonauts, and next to him is a European astronaut, the greatest fighter pilot in Belgian (!) history. At the far end is Lance Bass, a well-coiffed, wide-eyed, 23-year-old high school dropout pop star, who is set to accompany the two Europeans to the International Space Station.

This can't be real. Surely it's early in the rising action of a pulp sci-fi movie. In later scenes, time and time again the wet-behind-the-ears but plucky American will be on the receiving end of cruel barbs from the two haughty, overeducated Euros, who meanwhile are making goo-goo eyes at each other. (Note to the producer: Switch the Belgian fighter pilot's gender and get Charlize Theron.)

Forget the $25 Million, "Space Trials'' Contestants Vie for a Free Rocket Trip!

Although a California businessman had to drop some serious change to get space-bound, Hollywood producer David Krieff of Destiny Productions has just put the chance to leave Earth within the grasp of the average wage-earner with a far-out new reality show dubbed ``Space Trials.'' Picture ``Survivor'' meets ``Star Trek'' meets ``The Truman Show.''