Suspending the Magna Carta seems almost unthinkable. It has been in effect since 1215 when it was imposed to curb the abuse of authority by King John I (best known for his villainous role in the Robin Hood legend).
Where did we become convinced that the faux is any more acceptable than the real? And why do we so readily buy into the idea that the images everyone else is presenting are any more real than our own?
Here are ten books that you may want to share with kids and teens in preparation for the 10th anniversary of September 11th.
Sarah suffered a traumatic abandonment as a child when her mother left when she was 12 years old. The years leading up to that certainly couldn't have been easy.
While I cannot relate to life as a royal, I can certainly relate to Sarah's personal struggle of not knowing her true value, making destructive choices and self-sabotage.
Oprah, it seems to me that you are your own best example of how to live your best life. I don't begrudge you your success; watching you live your best life has inspired me to dream big. Like, Oprah big. Or just a fraction of Oprah big would do, too.
There once was a royal named Will. Whose grandma was over the hill. They made him an Earl And he got his girl. Of his nuptials we've all had our fill.
Let me set the scene for you. It's the summer of 1999 and I'm sitting in the Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Los Angeles, freaking out. Why? Because ...
A New Consumerism is taking hold. People are realizing their responsibility in current events and taking control of what they can, making changes to simplify their finances, consumption, and lives.
Sarah Ferguson takes blood money and the whole thing is captured on tape. Must be time to go on Oprah! What a spectacle these sit-downs with Oprah are...
Sarah Ferguson got caught peddling her influence and integrity, diminished as it was, and now seems to be selling the rest. Stay tuned.
CARE is honoring International Women's Day with their stirring presentation of the Half The Sky performance, featuring a variety of celebrities who will share stories and songs from the powerful book.
One of the great things about English actress Emily Blunt is that she carries no vestige of her characters beyond the set -- especially not when she's playing the British Queen Victoria.
The world had to know of this, the greatest untold love story in history. It had to be made into a movie for Hollywood. The world had to know The Young Victoria.
This blog post offers video of Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, on producing the 'Young Victoria.' The Duchess also shares her thoughts on the happenings and developments occurring in Washington, DC.
We got our hands on the Royal's very own personal diary, which foreshadows much of the Prince's offensive behavior. The entries below from January 2005 bring us into the mind of a Nazi-uniform-sporting Prince.