Hundreds of households around Fayetteville, Ark. received an automated phone call this week from 19 Kids and Counting‘s Michelle Duggar. Unlike the familiar message of love she and her family promote on the TLC show, Michelle encouraged area residents to speak out against an anti-discrimination ordinance. According to Arkansas Times, the ordinance would “prohibit discrimination […]
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Since the initial election this May, Frey has put the maxim “There’s no such thing as bad publicity” to the test. Find out what he’s said, and when he’ll face his opponent in the runoff.
The former senator and Secretary of State’s recent comments at a book signing bear scrutiny. While the Clintons did face a massive debt after leaving the White House, they also had massive earning power. The couple has earned nine figures in total income since 2001.
The thirty-plus-year veteran of the Senate is accused of bribing officials as part of the get-out-the-vote effort that helped Cochran win last week’s primary election.
Pat Sajak’s made more news in the past month than any other time in memory… He started by proclaiming his heterosexuality in April before lashing out at global warming alarmists. Guess that’s one way to make Wheel of Fortune more buzz worthy!
Following his emotional nod to those affected by political unrest in Ukraine during his Academy Award acceptance speech, Jared Leto went forward with a concert in Kiev. See what he said to the audience that earned him deafening cheers…
Is American Idol runner-up Clay Aiken considering a run for Congress in his home state of North Carolina?
The former governor of California is reportedly lobbying for a constitutional amendment that would allow him to run for president. Arnold Schwarzenegger would need to change the second article of the American Constitution, which says foreign born citizens are ineligible for the presidency.
During Texas Senator Ted Cruz’s all-night stand against the funding of Obamacare he called upon the cast of Duck Dynasty for inspiration and to drive home a point about his particular hopes for the country moving forward. Cruz spent 21 hours and 19 minutes trying in every way to explain why he feels that Obamacare is bad for America. At one point, he called upon the philosophies of Phil, Jase, Willie and Silas Robertson. News outlets have pointed out this wasn’t a filibuster but in a way it was kind of a Phil-a-buster. See just the part where he quotes DD a lot as well as a full transcript of the Philosophies.
Former Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham caught a little backlash from fans earlier this week after tweeting her support and intention to vote for Mitt Romney in Tuesday’s election. So the multi-media momtrepreneur made a video explaining why she voted for Romney by breaking down each of the key issues.