Monthly Archive: April, 2015

Leaving a Legacy Through Personal Style

She moved with purpose and joy. She was the ultimate hostess, welcoming everyone into a perfectly decorated home. At 10 years of age, I had never seen such beautiful china, mesmerizing paintings or… Continue reading

John McCain Just Can’t Stop Laughing At Ted Cruz

WASHINGTON — Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain (R-Ariz.) on Monday denied reports that Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) is pushing him to hold hearings exploring whether soldiers should be able to carry… Continue reading

John Travolta Says Scientology Is A Target Because It ‘Really Works Well’

During an interview with “Good Morning America” Monday, John Travolta was asked why there is so much intrigue and interest surrounding the Church of Scientology. “Mostly because it’s not understood,” he responded. “People… Continue reading

Stop Consuming, Start Acting

We live in a world of tips and tricks, listicles and deep thoughts (in 140 characters or less). This is a world we actively perpetuate by continually showing how eager we all are… Continue reading

Prosecutors: Capsized Boat Captain And Crew Member Arrested

CATANIA, Sicily (AP) — Prosecutors said Tuesday they have arrested the Tunisian captain and a Syrian crew member of a boat that capsized off the coast of Libya with hundreds of people aboard… Continue reading

Breast Cancer Cases Estimated To Increase 50 Percent By 2030, Study Predicts

Breast cancer diagnoses in the U.S. will grow by as much as 50 percent by 2030, according to a new analysis by researchers at the National Cancer Institute, part of the National Institutes… Continue reading

Michele Bachmann: The Rapture Is Coming And It’s Obama’s Fault

Michele Bachmann says the rapture is coming, thanks to President Barack Obama’s policies on Iran’s nuclear program and marriage equality. In a radio interview last week, Bachmann, the former Minnesota Republican congresswoman, told… Continue reading

A Transition From Graffiti to Fine Art: Beverly Hills

The textbook definition of exclave is “a piece of land which is politically attached to a larger piece but not physically conterminous with it because of surrounding foreign territory.” According to Gerald Breaux… Continue reading

Patty Murray Vows To Pursue ‘Every Avenue’ For Paid Sick Leave

WASHINGTON — Last month the Senate passed a measure during the midnight hours that has one lawmaker pretty pumped up. The issue: paid sick days for all Americans. It’s something Sen. Patty Murray… Continue reading

An Open Letter to the American Left

The Left in America has become like a girl who is way too easy to seduce. First there was this guy who promised us the light of the moon, and then, once he… Continue reading