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Nancy Pelosi Challenged by Ranchers: Come to Border

Nancy Pelosi kicked up a bit of a fuss when she went recently visited a Border Patrol facility in Brownsville, Texas. The facility that she was visiting houses unaccompanied children that have managed to come across the U.S. border. While …

Monica Lewinsky: Can She Help Hillary’s Campaign?

There are certain people who will probably never be able to outrun the reputation they have gotten in this celebrity-crazed society. Whether deserved or not, and no matter what came before or after the defining moment that attached itself to …

Rebecca Romijn to Appear in Two New TV Series

The proverbial cup of 41-year old actress and fashion model Rebecca Romijn runneth over lately … as far as television series go. Romijn, who played a very blue Mystique in the X-Men films, is set to host Skin Wars, a …

Four Asthma Myths You Should Stop Spreading

When summer weeds and pollen are at their peak, asthma sufferers just wish they could stay inside the rest of the season. If you know someone with asthma, it is helpful if you understand the difficulty they go through. But …

Star Trek 3: Boldly Going … Where?

Space … the Final Frontier. These are the voyages of the Starship Enterprise. Its five-year mission: To explore strange new worlds; To seek out new life and new civilizations; To boldly go where no man has gone before! Star Trek: …

Mick Jagger Futbol Jinx and the Mars Bar Legend

Now that the World Cup furor is all over but the hangovers, the story of how Mick Jagger ruined it for everybody is in the books until the next go-round. But just in case you have been under the proverbial …

Robin Thicke’s Laughable 1-800-FLOWERS Promotion

Jump the Shark: a term to describe a moment when something that was once great has reached a point where it will now decline in quality and popularity. (Origin of this phrase comes from a Happy Days episode where the …

Amber Alerts: Do They Save Lives?

In 1996, nine-year-old Amber Hagerman was abducted while riding her bicycle in Arlington, Texas. Her body was found four days later in a storm drainage ditch. Her murder has never been solved. In the years that followed, Amber’s family and …

Mexico Plane Crash Leaves Five Dead, More Injured

Five people are dead and two were injured when a small airplane crashed in Mexico on Thursday en route to the Gulf coast state of Veracruz. The plane took off from the port of Tampico in Tamaulipas, known officially as …

Ceiling Fan Business Makes a Big Ass of Itself

Big Ass Fans, in Lexington, Kentucky, knows that their business is normally the sort of thing that exists in an industrial park somewhere, ships out to retailers, and doesn’t make much of a splash, name-wise. Think about it. What is …

Social Security Number Scams: How They Work

It’s a bit of a dichotomy. We’ve been told many times to be careful about giving out our Social Security numbers, but it seems like we’re being asked for all or part of it in almost every business transaction. I …

Leah Remini Talks About Church Shunning

Leah Remini and her family did a brave thing. They turned their backs on something that had been an integral part of their lives for decades, all because they felt that it was no longer the right thing to do. …

Dave Grohl’s Rocking Wit and Wisdom

Dave Grohl is a man who loves his job. After joining Nirvana in 1990, he was doing exactly what he wanted to do, playing loud music with a punk edge. “It’s tough to go to sleep at night, and I …

Homebuying Tips, Dave Ramsey-Style

Personal finance guru Dave Ramsey is pretty outspoken when it comes to borrowing money for things. His motto is simply: Don’t Do It. Most things that the average person believes are simply understood to be a matter of credit, such …

Paula Deen Takes Her Show On the Road

Paula Deen, the self-proclaimed Queen of Southern Cuisine, may have lost her Food Network television show last year amid a scandal of racism, but she is not letting that stop her. Last year’s news about Paula’s “n-word” faux pas seems …

George Zimmerman: One Year of Fans and Foes

It was one year ago that George Zimmerman was acquitted in the murder of Trayvon Martin. It was a case and a verdict that polarized a nation, perhaps more than any since the O.J. Simpson trial. Recently, a Quora discussion …

Star Trek Fan Has $500,000 Trek Man Cave

Star Trek fans will do a lot of embarrassing stuff. They’ll travel thousands of miles to conventions and meet-ups. They’ll buy and make costumes that get worn on days other than Halloween. Then there’s the paragon of parenting virtue who …

Chelsea Clinton Makes $75K for Speaking Appearance

Potential 2016 Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has come under fire recently for seeming to align herself with “regular folks,” all while pulling in speaking fees that equal more per appearance than most people make in a year. Hillary has …

Breaking Bad: Is Walter White Coming Back?

The news about a possible spin-off for AMC’s hit television drama, Breaking Bad, has been circulating for a while now. In fact, the spin-off, centered around “criminal” lawyer Saul Goodman and titled Better Call Saul, is not only a done …

John Mayer Launching Reality TV Show?

Reality TV is all the rage, and it doesn’t look like it will be going away anytime soon. Survivor has been running for 28 seasons. The Bachelor has 18 seasons. And America’s Got Talent has nine. But The Real World …

Luxury Cars Seized Can Be a Civil Liberties Issue

You’ve probably seen the ads on late night TV and in magazines. They promise that you can buy luxury cars, boats, houses, and other big ticket items for pennies on the dollar or less. The explanation is that these items …

Hobby Lobby Ruling Used by Gitmo Detainees

As if it weren’t enough that every armchair pundit in the United States is prognosticating about the unintended far-reaching effects of the Supreme Court ruling in the Hobby Lobby case, here comes the sworn enemy of the United States to …

Rick Perry Sourpuss Photo with Obama Draws Laughs

Given all the uproar lately about President Obama’s DACA memorandum and the immigration battle that it has spawned, the president’s recent visit to Texas to pow-wow with Governor Rick Perry would be expected to be a tense meeting. “It’s not …

John Wayne’s Family Sues Duke Univ; UK Fans Drink

John Wayne is The Duke. Even though he died in 1979, he is still known to fans as The Duke, a nickname he had since childhood. Now John Wayne’s heirs are in a legal battle with Duke University over use …