With the upcoming double elimination looming over "Dancing with the Stars: All-Stars," the contestants were anxious to prove that they deserve a spot in Week Four.
It's only Week 2 of the All-Stars season of "Dancing with the Stars", and already, the dancers are feeling the pressure. The judges' standards are higher and the majority of the stars are actually competent on the stage.
I'm here reporting live off of the coast of Kentucky at the 2052 Republican National Convention, where presumptive nominee Bristol Palin is preparing to take the floor.
When people feel the need to state explicitly how "tolerant" they are, it's usually a sign that something is amiss. Such is the case with Bristol Palin's recent blog post.
What people like Palin are saying is that I should be tolerant of their intolerance.
I guess I'd feel sort of silly if I got a tattoo about how great I was, and it turned out it also described how Jerry Sandusky felt about how great he was. But then, I've never been in the arena.
Bristol Palin: Life's a Tripp has to be the worst reality show in TV history. Even by the scum floating on the cesspool standards of reality TV, this one hits bottom.
It's not fair to put Jerry Sandusky and Bristol Palin in the same sentence. But they have linked themselves with their favorite quote, which is weird.
You described gay marriage as "a policy position that could affect the entire nation." Yet you've shown little interest in treating it as an important concern that ought to be addressed seriously. Doesn't this deserve critical analysis and debate beyond how rude people have been to you?
This week, Facebook went public with the third largest IPO in history. On the downside of the ledger, Moody's downgraded more than three-dozen Spanish and Italian banks, and JPMorgan's trading losses zoomed past the original $2 billion estimate. On the political front, a pro-Romney super-PAC's plan to disentomb the Reverend Wright scandal made headlines. Some might question the wisdom of those backing a candidate who is an elder in a church known for magic underwear, baptizing dead people and a belief that Jesus visited America making religion a campaign issue -- but in a world where single-mom Bristol Palin shamelessly moralizes about the value of kids "growing up in a mother/father home," all bets are off. The controversy prompted Romney to deliver the quote of the week, saying of his stance on Reverend Wright: "I'm not familiar with precisely what I said, but I stand by what I said, whatever it was." Mitt, check your Facebook timeline!
Spare me the line about how your anti-gay views are unassailable because they're your firmly held religious beliefs. It's utterly hollow. Hate wrapped in the name of God is still hate.
Sin is not about breaking rules. Rather, it is resistance to the creative power of God. Those who thought that they were on the side of God are revealed to be profoundly wrong. We might even call them hypocrites.
Bristol Palin's child lives in a single-parent home, and she is about to exploit him for her own financial gain. Nevertheless, she is telling me that I cannot legalize my 16-year relationship with my partner because kids are better off with two parents.
It's bullying to dismiss our rights simply by uttering the word "tradition." It's bullying to assume that excluding us from marriage demands no more justification than merely vomiting out your opinion. And pretending to be the victim after you've attacked our families is the act of a bully.
Today President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation freeing 3 million slaves. Critics of the President were quick to condemn his action. The town crier shouted that that this was further evidence of the President's war on families.
If Rush Limbaugh was within his First Amendment rights to attack Sandra Fluke on the national airwaves, why wasn't Bill Maher within his rights to attack her from his platform?