May 20, 2015 09:27
It’s not unusual for a politician to get tagged with a nickname, but it’s pretty uncommon for two freshman Congresspersons to share the same moniker. Around the Nation’s Capitol, Representatives Alma Adams and Mark Walker are known as “MALMA,” an affectionate amalgamation of their first names....
May 13, 2015 08:02
While accepting her Oscar for “Boyhood” earlier this year, “CSI Cyber” star Patricia Arquette implored the Academy audience to support wage equality for women. It was one of the few times I can recall a “political” speech being met with unanimous acceptance during an awards ceremony....
May 6, 2015 08:03
In many ways, kids are much smarter than adults. Take trade agreements for example. In my old neighborhood, kids frequently traded all sorts of things with one another, but we always knew what a “fair” trade was. Back then you could swap a Mickey Mantle....
April 29, 2015 08:00
Instead the DVDs reportedly contained episodes of the television series “Midsomer Murders”. And there’s the time German Chancellor Angela Merkel flew to England to meet with Prime Minister David Cameron on an urgent matter....
April 22, 2015 07:56
Her announcement wasn’t held at a big rally, or staged at a press conference, but instead it was made in the midst of a twitter video about everyday Americans. Then, no sooner had the video gone viral, Mrs. Clinton embarked on a road trip to Iowa, where she could press the flesh with those everyday Americans....
April 15, 2015 08:00
Speaking of children, America’s former teen sweetheart is now 47 years old, and the mother of three. And as if she doesn’t have her hands full parenting and touring, she also agreed to pen a weekly column for The Guardian, titled “Ask Molly”.....
April 8, 2015 07:59
It used to be that Hollywood notables would wait until they reached the autumn of their years before penning an autobiography. Not so with Jon Cryer, who at the young age of fifty, has packed about two lifetimes worth of tales into his new book, “So That....
April 1, 2015 08:02
Anthony Zuiker began his “show biz” career as an $8 per hour tram operator for a Vegas hotel. Back then his passengers hailed from around the globe, so Anthony wrote “The International Phonetic Language Booklet”, which enabled him to converse with his patrons in their native tongues....
March 25, 2015 08:01
Richard Childress, a native of Winston-Salem, purchased his first racecar in 1965 for $20, and within a few short years racked up over 70 top 10 finishes, including 6 top fives. But as much as he loved driving, Childress found greater success as a team owner....
March 18, 2015 07:59
Last week, following a disgraceful racial utterance by a White female TV anchorwoman in Cleveland, I called for a national referendum on racist language in the workplace, and suggested that perpetrators should be immediately fired from their job if heard speaking a racial or ethnic slur....

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