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Harry Reid shows his class

March 20, 2013

Conservative radio host Mark Levin has slammed Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) for implying on Tuesday that the deaths of seven U.S. Marines in a training accident in Nevada was the result of budget cuts in the sequester that began on March 1.
“Harry Reid, you’re the lowest of the low-lives, you know that? You really are at the bottom of the sewer, all the time on every issue….We deserve better than this man. He is a vicious stupid man,” Levin said on Tuesday.
In a statement on the Senate floor on Tuesday, Reid had implied that the sequester was to blame for the deaths, which were caused by a mortar explosion: “These men and women, our Marines were training there in Hawthorne. And with this sequester, it’s going to cut back this stuff. I just hope everyone understands the sacrifices made by our military.”

‘Bates Motel’ – You may never check out

March 20, 2013

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Lea Michele thinks she’s all that

March 20, 2013

Like the teenage characters infinitely locked in the grips of puberty depicted on its show, “Glee” is in a super weird, awkward, and uncomfortable place right now.

Half of the original cast you first fell in love with is gone and those that remain are currently being diluted by a new crop of singing characters. “Glee” is a show that doesn’t know what or who it is at the moment and it’s more existential than all the Nietzsche its on-screen characters are cramming in study hall right now.

But it turns out there’s another technical issue afflicting The High School Talent Show That Never Ends: Lea Michele is “a total b*tch,” apparently.

Russell Brand on marriage to Katy Perry: “That marriage was shaky from the get-go”

March 20, 2013

Katy Perry and John Mayer have split for a second time, according to reports.
Us Weekly said that Firework singer Katy, 28, and John, 35, have gone their separate ways.

The pair began dating last summer, and briefly broke up in August before getting back together a month later.

“It’s sad,” a friend was quoted as saying, but added: “It’s not over until it’s over. You have to see how things play out.”

Another source said: “She’s leaving the window open. They have both been so focused on work.”

Katy, who divorced comedian Russell Brand last year, recently prompted speculation that she was engaged to singer-songwriter John, after being spotted leaving a Valentine’s Day dinner with a ring on her engagement finger.

But friends were reported to have denied the rumours, saying that the ruby was a commitment ring

13 Beauty Mistakes that turn Men off

March 20, 2013

Just as certain men’s grooming missteps make us cringe—think frosty guylights and overplucked eyebrows—we (sometimes) make hair, makeup, and skin-care choices guys hate. We polled and they told the top beauty buzzkills to avoid.

Obama asking Facebook users to post anti-gun propaganda

March 20, 2013

President Obama’s Organizing for America (OFA) is distributing “digital signs” to Obama supporters, and asking them to replace their Facebook profile pics with the administration’s gun control meme.
The meme is black and white, and simply says: “I am one of 92% of Americans who support universal background checks.”
In addition to suggesting that the sign could be used as a Facebook meme, the OFA email also highlights other ways to display the message: “There’s another simple thing you can do right now to show the overwhelming support for universal background checks. Take the sign and put it somewhere folks will see it–in your window, [or] on your desk.”
This OFA push comes after universal background check legislation passed out of the Senate Judiciary Committee “on a party-line vote.”

DOJ Fast & Furious lawsuit not fading away

March 20, 2013

House Republicans are standing strong in their pursuit of Operation Fast and Furious documents, The Hill’s Jordy Yager reports, undercutting a narrative the Department of Justice has tried to seep into the media.
President Barack Obama asserted executive privilege over the documents minutes before the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform voted Attorney General Eric Holder into both civil and criminal contempt of Congress last summer. The full House followed up voting on a bipartisan basis to hold Holder in contempt shortly thereafter, spurning the current lawsuit against the administration for the documents. The DOJ has declined to pursue criminal charges against Holder.
“A fight over President Obama’s use of executive privilege on the documents that led to Attorney General Eric Holder’s contempt charges is increasingly likely to be decided in court,” Yager wrote on Tuesday. “The way the court decides could drastically limit congressional subpoena powers — or curb the extent to which the president can claim executive privilege.”
Members of the mainstream media, including Politico’s Josh Gerstein and Reuters’ David Ingram, have tried to foster a narrative that House Republicans would fold and settle the lawsuit. “Lawyers for the U.S. Justice Department and for congressional Republicans told a federal judge on Tuesday they were in talks to settle a suit stemming from Operation Fast and Furious, a botched probe into gun trafficking to Mexican drug cartels,” Ingram wrote in November, adding that such a settlement would “bring a quiet end to a political furor that stirred the passions of gun owners, ended some Justice Department careers and led Republicans to find U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt.”
In a late January story, Gerstein similarly tried to argue Republicans were seeking to settle the lawsuit. “A deal may be near in the Operation-Fast-and-Furious-related dispute that led the House of Representatives to cite Attorney General Eric Holder for contempt last year,” Gerstein wrote on January 29.
Yager notes in his Tuesday article that the discussions between the two sides are “court-ordered mediations,” something those working for House oversight committee chairman Rep. Darrell Issa say are “almost certain to be fruitless.”
Ultimately, though, Yager said wrote that “it is up to the U.S. District Court of D.C. to decide whether the president was right to assert executive privilege or whether Issa’s subpoena should be honored.”
This DOJ has a penchant for pushing such false narratives into the public sphere. Now former Holder spokeswoman Tracy Schmaler resigned her position at DOJ; she was caught colluding with far-left-wing advocacy organization Media Matters for America to smear whistleblowers, members of Congress and people in the conservative media and mainstream media who covered Holder scandals.

Canada cannibal killer’s court collapse

March 20, 2013

Luka Rocco Magnotta collapsed to the courtroom floor after seeing video evidence presented against him, forcing a postponement in his preliminary hearing Tuesday.
Magnotta appeared distraught as the video was played in the courtroom.
When it was over the suspect in a notorious killing-and-dismemberment case was lying on his right side, crumpled into a fetal position, at the feet of a prison guard.

Tom Cruise may be an U.N.C.L.E. Tom

March 20, 2013

TOM CRUISE not content to command “Mission Impossible” has eyes set on “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” feature.

The Hollywood Reporter says Tom is in early talks to take the role made famous by Robert Vaughn as Napoleon Solo and David McCallum as Russian agent Ilya Kuryakin in the 1960s classic TV series.

The new film is to be directed by Guy Ritchie who rebooted Sherlock Holmes with Robert Downey, Jr.

But will the cold-war spy skein take flight as a modern-day reboot ala Bourne Supremacy or retro-rooted in the swingin’ Sixties.

As The ENQUIRER previously reported “The Man From U.N.C.L.E” flick has been in development hell for years and it’s big BIG problem is casting.

Eva Longoria wardrobe malfunction displays her right globe at The Golden Globes

March 20, 2013

EVA Longoria was clearly hoping her toned protruding leg would take centre-stage as she posed for snappers.
However, her right boob unwittingly became the main attraction when her dress gaped open.

The wardrobe blunder unfolded when the actress, in the company of her male guest, looked down to lift a heeled foot off her floor-length frock.

Eva’s slight lean caused her lacy attire to fall away from its intended position and expose her bra-less asset.

The former Desperate Housewives star was blissfully unaware of the malfunction as she tried to untangle herself at the Golden Globes in Los Angeles.