angelina_jolie_mdxvgdd-257x169As the U.S. Supreme Court deliberates gay marriage in two high-profile cases, one justice has voiced support of gay marriage - for a narrower group of people.

Justice Samuel Alito suggested legalizing gay marriage for “lipstick lesbians” as the nine justices debated a law denying federal benefits to same-sex couples, according to transcripts of secret court deliberations leaked to CNN.... Read More →

 

marcus-and-michelle-bachmannCongresswoman Michelle Bachmann and her husband, Marcus, accidentally set sail on a gay cruise today following a misunderstanding with a travel agency.

The six day jaunt on the all-gay Atlantis Cruise Lines was mistakenly booked after Marcus Bachmann visited a Minneapolis travel agent who assumed he was gay.... Read More →

 

jay_leno_vfdimJay Leno compared an NBC television executive to Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin last night, arguing the network is "expropriating" his property by easing him out of The Tonight Show.

During a stand-up appearance at the Comedy and Magic Club in Hermosa Beach, Calif., the comedian said NBC's plan to replace him with Jimmy Fallon is "illegal, un-American, and just plain socialist" and labeled NBC President Steve Burke an "Ivy League commie".... Read More →

 

Kevin+Rudd+John+Key+President+Obama+Visits+lIvk5jUiPaLlFormer Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd said today he has given up trying to oust his successor Julia Gillard and will instead focus his political energy on unseating New Zealand PM John Key.

The unexpected move comes one day after again failing to replace Gillard in a party coup, the latest in a series of attempts since she removed Rudd in 2010 to become Australia's first female Prime Minister.... Read More →

 

MarkBurnett1Mark Burnett, the award-winning producer responsible for reality TV hits “Survivor,” “The Apprentice,” “The Voice” and “Shark Tank” as well as “The Bible” miniseries, has announced his new epic television venture.

In keeping with his newfound interest in religious programs following his surprising ratings smash “The Bible,” Burnett says his new show intends to find the next great teacher of Jesus Christ’s messages.... Read More →

 

George W BushFormer U.S. President George W. Bush apologized for the Iraq War today, saying the conflict was "his biggest mistake."

In a statement released to a Texas newspaper, the 66-year-old Bush said he meant well when he sent America to war but asked the American people to forgive what in retrospect was "a clear example of poor judgement."... Read More →

 

Officials in the town of Steubenville, Ohio say they plan on granting two football players convicted of rape and sentenced to prison weekend passes out of jail during football season.

The passes will allow the two high schoolers to compete on their city's famed Big Red football team despite the fact they'll be behind bars.... Read More →

 

100911_fns_santorum_640Former Republican presidential candidate and conservative Catholic Rick Santorum is pushing for reforms to the papal conclave process, claiming some ethnic minority cardinals may have voted more than once in the recent election of Pope Francis I.

The suspicion comes on the heels of the election of Jorge Mario Bergoglio to the papacy, the first non-European pope in a thousand years, and the first ever Hispanic.... Read More →

 

jeb-bushFormer Florida governor Jeb Bush continued his campaign for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination this morning by further distancing himself from his unpopular sibling.

In an interview on Good Morning America, Jeb Bush finally admitted that although he loves his brother George W. Bush dearly, the former two-term president is sometimes "an idiot"... Read More →

 

110804_sarah_palin_605Former Vice Presidential nominee Sarah Palin is set to replace Elizabeth Hasselbeck on ABC's daytime talk show The View.

The controversial conservative figure has reportedly signed a $10 million five-year deal to join Whoopi Goldberg, Sherri Shepard and fellow newcomer Brooke Shields in a revamped lineup designed to stoke spirited discussions.... Read More →

 

toygunsThe United States government began shipping toy guns to the Syrian opposition today in an effort to "escalate" Western aid to the cause.

More than 20,000 bright orange Nerf brand toy firearms arrived in the rebel stronghold of Ar-Raqqah today, following what the U.S. State Department called an "vigorous debate" over how far America should go to help the Syrian people in their fight against Bashar Al-Assad's murderous regime.... Read More →

 

800px-Hugo_Chavez_in_Brazil-1861Venezuela’s late President Hugo Chavez will continue to serve until the next presidential election in 2019, officials said.

Chavez, a former military officer who led the country for 14 years, died Tuesday, March 5, at age 58 following a long battle with cancer.

Citing the widespread support and outpouring of grief since Chavez’s death, Vice President Nicolas Maduro and officials with Chavez’s United Socialist Party (PSUV) said the controversial firebrand will complete his fourth presidential term of six years.... Read More →