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Archive for October 2014
Now House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi can add her name to the list of Washington Democrats under suspicion of breaching the public trust.
A new report from the Washington Free Beacon indicates that Pelosi is thought to have enriched herself and her husband, Paul, through her efforts to “steer taxpayer funds” to a San Francisco-area light rail project.
Pelosi’s support for the project caused local real estate prices to escalate such that a large parcel of land owned by “high-dollar Democratic donor” Marc Benioff’s company may have received a huge profit upon selling it to the Golden State Warriors. Pelosi’s husband is also a significant investor in the company.
Monster Mash” – Bobby “Boris” Pickett & the Crypt-Kickers
The Top 10 Halloween Songs-BillBoard.com
Molotov Mitchell decries practice of ‘radical judges’ overturning voters’ will
Jennifer Lawrence is going into the final instalments of the Hunger Games movies standing strong – as evidenced by an intimidating cover to Empire.
The magazine’s December 2014 issue celebrates the upcoming release of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1.
Starring Lawrence as the heroic and inspiring Katniss Everdeen, this third movie in the four-film series will be released on November 21, 2014.
How to have an OBAMA Halloween
NOSTRADAMUS was the world’s most famous Plague Doctor
Here is a list of things in Lena Dunham’s life that do not strike Lena Dunham as being unusual: growing up in a $6.25 million Tribeca apartment; attending a selection of elite private schools; renting a home in Hollywood Hills well before having anything quite resembling a job and complaining that the home is insufficiently “chic”; the habitual education of the men in her family at Andover; the services of a string of foreign nannies; being referred to a homework therapist when she refused to do her homework and being referred to a relationship therapist when she fought with her mother; constant visits to homeopathic doctors, and visits to child psychologists three times a week; having a summer home on a lake in Connecticut, and complaining about it; writing a “voice of her generation” memoir in which ordinary life events among members of her generation, such as making student-loan payments or worrying about the rent or health insurance, never come up; making casual trips to Malibu; her grandparents’ having taken seven-week trips to Europe during her mother’s childhood; spending a summer at a camp at which the costs can total almost as much as the median American family’s annual rent; being histrionically miserable at said camp and demanding to be brought home early; demanding to be sent back to the same expensive camp the next year.