This Week in Old

November 20th, 2010

-Noam Chomsky discusses his Cultural-Zionist upbringing, his ties to Hezbollah, and his favorite frittata recipes with David Samuels. Well, two out of those three at least. (Tablet)

-Are older voters blocking whippersnappery…I mean progressive…social policy changes? (AOL News)

-Chris Dodd crosses off “send salty tweet” from his senatorial bucket list. (Gawker)

-Larry King tells Joy Behar the same thing he tells Stonehenge: “I made you.” (Huffington Post)

-You live by the sword, you die by the sword: The Rent is Too Damn High guy says his party suffered because its name had to be shortened to fit on the ballot line. (New York Post)

-Faster than a speeding Rascal: French photographer Sacha Goldberger turns his 91-year-old grandmother into a full-blown superhero. (My Modern Met)

-There Will Be Sideburns: Daniel Day-Lewis will play President Abraham Lincoln in new Spielberg film. (Variety)