Shortly after the Supreme Court announced their ruling on "Obamacare", the controversial healthcare bill that will make it mandatory for all Americans to have healthcare insurance and expand Medicaid benefits, we asked you if you agreed with the decision. The results were as close as the 5-4 Supreme Court verdict on the case.
Within hours of the Supreme Court ruling that upheld the national healthcare mandate - commonly referred to as Obamacare - people with strong opinions reacted. We got to hear from a lot of politicians, television news anchors and their guest, and even legendary country music star Charlie Daniels. The only thing that surprised me about the 75 year-old's comments is that he tweeted them. What happened to the good old days when musicians wrote when they felt strongly about something?
News that the Supreme Court upheld the national healthcare mandate — dubbed Obamacare — has angered some, delighted others and left a few country artists worried about the future of the United States. Charlie Daniels was quick to speak his mind on Twitter Thursday morning.
Though the ‘Game of Thrones‘ season 1 Blu-Ray and DVD has been out for several months now, controversy is just now making the rounds about production and commentary for the show’s first season finale “Fire and Blood.” We’d seen the freak Easter Egg about former President George W. Bush being included among the severed head props used on the show, but what does HBO have to say about it?
Remember Amber Lee Ettinger, the woman who earned the nickname “Obama Girl” during the 2008 presidential campaign when she posted a music video showing her affection for the then presidential nominee? It became one of the most talked about viral videos on the web in the lead up to Obama’s impending victory. But with re-election a few months from now, “Obama Girl” has had a change of heart.
Mitt Romney’s might have all but secured him the Republican presidential nomination, but as they say in politics, there’s nothing you can’t accomplish with a little vodka, a couple of hookers and a bounce house.
How man came to be has long been a subject of debate, with some believing we were created by God, others taking an evolutionary point of view, and a third group believing both God and evolution are responsible for our existence. So which argument is most popular?
Every year, the Library of Congress adds an exclusive group of 25 songs to its National Recording Registry. Based on cultural significance in the preservation of iconic songs in history, the Library of Congress has chosen Dolly Parton‘s ‘Coat of Many Colors’ as one of this year’s honorees, giving the iconic singer-songwriter one more accolade in her already impressive collection of nods and awards.
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