FAMOUS GIRLS: Kelly Rowland Braless for the Oscars
Great shots of a braless Kelly Rowland at an Oscar viewing party! That is a sexy backside.
Mar. 6 2014
The failure of the Israeli lobby to force Congress to vote for intervention in Syria or for additional sanctions on Iran represents a significant decline in its influence, says Phyllis Bennis.
Don’t believe the hype.
Mar. 4 2014
A Florida judge has granted a temporary protective order to the wife of Democratic Rep. Alan Grayson after he allegedly shoved her during a weekend dispute, according to a complaint obtained by the Orlando Sentinel.
Grayson, a second-term lawmaker reelected to the House in 2012 after losing his seat the previous cycle, has denied the allegations.
Grayson and his wife, Lolita, are in the process of divorcing after 24 years of marriage. The couple have two children.
According to a complaint filed by Lolita Grayson, she and the congressman had an argument when he came to her house on Saturday night.
She asserts that Grayson “deliberately and with force pushed [Lolita Grayson] very hard against the front door, causing [her] to fall to the ground as a result,” according to a copy of a complaint obtained by the Orlando Sentinel.
Lolita Grayson also claims the congressman “has battered [her] and the parties’ minor children” in the past, although she has not previously reported such actions.
Grayson was not arrested in the Saturday incident, and he faces no criminal charges at this time.
According to Grayson’s office, Lolita Grayson was the one who initiated the physical dispute.
“Sadly, it was Ms. Grayson who physically attacked the Congressman as he attempted to visit with his children. He did not respond to Ms. Grayson’s violent assault,” the statement said.
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Catholic University’s decision to accept $1 million from the Charles Koch Foundation to support the study of “principled entrepreneurship” is like a modern-day reenactment of 1905’s “tainted money affair.”
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