Anthony Weiner may not be the next Mayor of New York City, but his story could go down in history in the form of an off-off-Broadway play slated to open in the Big Apple next month.
‘Weiner Monologues,’ based on the politician’s sexting adventures, prepping for off-off-Broadway run
The New York Post’s Page Six has learned that former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger (R-Calif.) is quietly seeking to terminate a prohibition on non-’natural born’ citizens from becoming President of the United States. The ‘Governator’ has said in the past that he would explore a presidential run were he eligible, telling Jay Leno in 2010 that he would jump in “without any doubt.”
This news in mind, here are 15 reasons why Schwarzenegger would restore American strength both foreign and domestic.
When Piers Morgan replaced Larry King as host of CNN’s late-night news show in 2011, he was worried about what the Americans would think.
“Why are we replacing Larry King with this annoying British guy?”
Vociferous Gov. Chris Christie just irritated a slew of North Jersey Democrats when he knocked two of their favorite things - newly-elected U.S. Senator Cory Booker and the winless New York Giants – in less than 100 words.
Rep. Lynn Jenkins (R-Kan.) is one of the top Republican lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives. But when she’s not working as a top dog on Capitol Hill, Jenkins, who serves as vice chair of the House Republican Conference, loves to relax with some ice cream and “Everybody Loves Raymond.”
In the hit CBS series Noth plays Peter Florrick, the Democratic Governor-elect of Illinois. Now, Noth is coming out swinging against Tea Party Republicans in real life.
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney is one of many in D.C. frustrated with how long it’s taken to end this government shutdown. It doesn’t help, either, that he and his fellow colleagues at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue are fully convinced that they’ll come out on the winning side regardless of how long the shutdown lasts.