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Spike Lee’s "Miracle at St. Anna" Draws Ire of Italian Partisan Organizations, To Stage Protest at Film’s Italian Premiere

Spike Lee’s "Miracle at St. Anna" Draws Ire of Italian Partisan Organizations, To Stage Protest at Film’s Italian Premiere

I don’t know how many people have gone out to see Spike Lee’s new movie “Miracle at St. Anna,” which bombed miserably at the weekend box office, but there is a controversy brewing in Italy. According to U.K.’s Times Online, Italian partisan organizations are to stage protests tomorrow at the […]

by Janet Shan· · Uncategorized

John McCain Seems Like A Deer Caught Between Headlights After Bailout Debacle

I would hate to be in Republican Presidential candidate John McCain’s shoes at this time. He rode into Washington D.C. last weekend with such swagger. As the knight come to save his princess–the American economy. But in essence, he left like a spurned groom. He has managed to maneuver himself […]

by Janet Shan· · Uncategorized
Gov. Sarah Palin Makes the Cover of The New Yorker Magazine

Gov. Sarah Palin Makes the Cover of The New Yorker Magazine

Well, Gov. Palin has made the cover of the New Yorker magazine. They are poking fun at her rather dubious claim that Alaska’s proximity to Russia gives her foreign policy experience. See can see Alaska folks! She’s got Prime Minister Vladimir Putin in her sight! Hah.

by Janet Shan· · Uncategorized

Sarah Palin Makes Yet Another Gaffe, Can’t Name Another Supreme Court Case Except Roe vs. Wade

Gov. Sarah Palin never ceases to amaze me of how low she can go and remind us of how low John McCain has set the bar. Well, the Washington Post’s Howard Kurtz reported on potentially embarrassing clips of the governor being interviewed by Katie Couric that haven’t yet aired. I […]

by Janet Shan· · Uncategorized

Thirty-Three Pastors Including, Rev. Ron Johnson Jr., Defy Federal Law Prohibiting Endorsing a Political Candidate From the Pulpit

I believe that there should be a separation of church and state. Though the civil rights movement was clearly borne out of a religious persuasion, nonetheless, I do not think it is right for a pastor to tell his congregants who to vote for in any election. Additionally, the U.S. […]

by Janet Shan· · Uncategorized

Nathaniel "Nate" Taylor Jr., Chicago Police, Fatally Shot While Tried to Execute Warrant to Felon Lamar Cooper

I hate to see anyone shot and killed, but when a cop is killed trying to do his job, that is truly sad. Well, Nathaniel Taylor Jr., known by his friends as “Nate,” was killed by a convicted felon as officers attempted to execute a search warrant, police said. Police […]

by Janet Shan· · Uncategorized

Gov. Sarah Palin Was a Freebie Queen During Tenure as Wasilla’s Mayor

So, the people who are digging through Gov. Sarah Palin’s background are indeed finding some very relevant facts that she should be confronted with on the campaign trail, but John McCain won’t let the media get too close to her. Hmmm, I wonder why? Well, Sarah Palin seemed to be […]

by Janet Shan· · Uncategorized
Victoria Beckham’s Gravity Defying Thigh-High PVC Boots Stop Traffic in the Big Apple

Victoria Beckham’s Gravity Defying Thigh-High PVC Boots Stop Traffic in the Big Apple

I usually steer clear of celebrity-type news, but when I read about and saw Victoria Beckham, commonly known as Posh Spice’s boots, I had to say DAYUM! According the the U.K. Mail, Posh and her husband didn’t disappoint as they showed up to an event promoting her perfume. She was […]

by Janet Shan· · Uncategorized

Did John McCain Engage in a Little Barnyard Talk During the Debates?

According to the Atlanta Journal Constitution, things may have gotten a little country during the Presidential debates Friday night. A YouTube video is making the rounds catches Republican presidential nominee John McCain uttering an under-his-breath reference to what sounds like horseshit in response to a Barack Obama point about the […]

by Janet Shan· · Uncategorized
NY Times: John McCain, Team Have Many Ties to Gambling Industry

NY Times: John McCain, Team Have Many Ties to Gambling Industry

Well, I can see why John McCain has taken so many “Hail Mary” passes in this campaign. He has an affinity to gambling and I suspect that would be the way he would govern as president. He understands how to roll the dice, not the economic issues confronting the U.S., […]

by Janet Shan· · Uncategorized