Rep. Matt Cartwright attacks critics of his anti-veteran vote as ‘trolls’!/NathanWurtzel/status/385461575475138560

Last night, Twitchy editor Erik Soderstrom set up a website that lists the 164 House Democrats who voted against funding for veterans’ benefits, along with their Twitter handles:

A lot of people have been using Erik’s site, and at least one congressman, Rep. Matt Cartwright, D-Penn., didn’t seem to appreciate the attention:

Maybe he is auditioning to be an Obamacare customer service representative.

By the way, Rep. Cartwright, at least one of those “trolls” is your constituent:!/katyabram/status/385465318258118656

Hat tip: Katy Abram.

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Money falls from sky during Hart Senate Building protest [pics, video]

The House recently extended a provision that makes it harder for environmentalists and their lawyers to prevent farmers from planting genetically-modified crops. Opponents refer to it as the “Monsanto Protection Act,” and some GMO protesters showed up today at the Hart Senate Office Building to make it rain “Monsanto money”:

What it looked like during the cash downpour:

This type of “protest” is actually an Abbie Hoffman ripoff:

Here’s a brief video:

Can the cash be swept into a pile and used to fund a couple of White House tours or to re-open a memorial for a little while?



Lib actress Eliza Dushku cozies up to Alex Jones for #MarchAgainstMonsanto

Sarah Silverman, libs pester First Lady about ‘Monsanto-y’ bill signed by Obama

Anti-GMO tweeters protest so-called ‘Monsanto Protection Act’

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FLOTUS pushes debunked wage gap myth on ‘Equal Pay Day’ [pic]

Is anyone else even paying attention to them at this point? Even some people on the left have debunked this equal pay canard.

That graphic is logically incoherent.

It’s not measured—it’s averaged. So because many women leave the workforce for extended periods to raise children, on average they have less seniority and experience, so they are paid less on average. That’s not an injustice. It’s a result of different life choices.

In cases where men and women are performing the same jobs at the same level of seniority, salaries are very similar.

It’s true. Often, the Democrats who constantly preach equal pay don’t pay their male and female staffers similar salaries.

Maybe they just don’t want to admit that men and women often have different dreams…on average.



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Lance Bass And Michael Turchin Re-Create 8 Romantic Comedy Covers

The good-looking couple posed as classic rom-coms plus Mr. & Mrs. Smith thrown in for good measure.


Lakeshore Entertainment

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Touchstone Pictures



Fox Searchlight Pictures

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Great American Films Limited Partnership

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Screen Gems

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The Mirisch Corporation

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Inferno Distribution

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And just because:

Regency Enterprises

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Not really a romantic comedy per se, but if it’s where Brad and Angelina first fell in love it counts a little, right?

Watch Lance Loves Michael on E! — if you haven’t already — and tune into Dirty Pop With Lance Bass on SiriusXM OutQ, weekdays at 6 p.m. ET/3 p.m. PT.

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Sarah Palin reclaims ‘see Russia from my house’ line with brutal caption

Our thanks also to Aunt Billie’s friend in Texas for the great caption. That “Saturday Night Live” skit (like most “Saturday Night Live” skits) had long passed its freshness date. Time for some topical humor from today’s headlines.


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Sandra Fluke to appear with Chelsea Clinton and Nicolle Wallace at conference


From New York Daily News:

Chelsea Clinton and City Council Speaker Christine Quinn will be appearing with a newly announced guest at a 92nd St. Y forum on women’s issues hosted by Glamour magazine.

The panel, “Running In Heels: Where Are The Women Candidates For 2012 — And How Can We Get More Of Them?” will be moderated by Clinton — now a special correspondent for NBC News — and will focus on how to get more women to run for office and to participate generally in the political process and the crafting of policy. It’s slated for Wednesday, March 28, at 8 p.m.

Also previously announced as appearing on the panel: Nicolle Wallace – Political commentator who previously served as communications chief during the presidency of George W. Bush and in his 2004 re-election campaign. In 2008, Wallace also served as a senior advisor for the McCain–Palin campaign.

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Girl Power!: Spice Girls reunite at London Olympics closing ceremony

Holy nostalgia! All five of the original Spice Girls — Posh Spice, Sporty Spice, Ginger Spice, Scary Spice and Baby Spice — reunited yesterday to spice up your life and to perform a medley of songs at the London Olympics closing ceremony.

After slamming it to the left and shaking it to the right on stage, the girls took to their Twitter accounts to share their excitement over their reunion.

Love my girls @EmmaBunton @OfficialMelB @GeriHalliwell @victoriabeckham x x x x x

— Melanie C (@MelanieCmusic) August 13, 2012

What a night! Loved it! @MelanieCmusic @OfficialMelB @victoriabeckham @GeriHalliwell #spicegirlsolympics

— Emma Bunton (@EmmaBunton) August 13, 2012

That was amazing!!!! Thank you all , we love you!!xx

— Geri Halliwell (@GeriHalliwell) August 12, 2012

Oh what a night! What a party! is melb still in her performance outfit?#spiceolympics

— Geri Halliwell (@GeriHalliwell) August 13, 2012

I just watched it back… ! #spiceolympics

— Geri Halliwell (@GeriHalliwell) August 13, 2012

I was a pop star for the night!! I love u @MelanieCmusic, @OfficialMelB, @GeriHalliwell, @EmmaBunton!! we did it!! X vb

— Victoria Beckham (@victoriabeckham) August 12, 2012

The fans were equally as excited about the Spice Girls reunion performance.

the Spice Girls inspire me so much. my soul just got owned. #olympics

— Jeffree Star (@JeffreeStar) August 13, 2012

Yes, the #Olympic Closing Ceremonies were amazing. Best part – the Spice Girls. The rest was cool too :)

— Gregory Storella (@stellastorella) August 13, 2012

Spice Girls made my life #girlpower #spicegirlsolympics

— Bianca (@biancaMERR) August 13, 2012

Just watched the spice girls from last night… It's safe to say I love them even more! #spicegirlsolympics #SpiceUpMyLife #GirlPower

— Jordan (@Jordxxx) August 13, 2012

Off to bed. Still beaming because of the #SpiceGirlsOlympics. Hi @melaniecmusic @GeriHalliwell @victoriabeckham @OfficialMelB @emmabunton

— Kaila (@KailaJoliePitt) August 13, 2012

@GeriHalliwell you all were beyond fabulous!!! Tears came to my eyes as y'all performed!I love you all!4ever and always! #spicegirlsolympics

— Joshua E. (@0613PM_) August 13, 2012

@victoriabeckham #spicegirlsolympics were amazing!!!! Massive childhood flashback! World tour! World tour! World tour!!! VB <3

— Jade (@JadeyEdge) August 13, 2012

Still buzzing about seeing the Spice Girls perform&they still looked the same :D @victoriabeckham @EmmaBunton #spicegirlsolympics #AMAZING

— Natascha… (@NatashaNBrooks) August 13, 2012

Several videos of the performance are on YouTube right now, but they’re being taken down quickly. Zip over and watch while you can.

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What This Dying Father Did For His Little Girl Is Simply Beyond Words. It’s Unforgettably Beautiful.

Jim Zetz knew that he didn’t have long on this earth. He was a father that was fighting a losing battle against Stage 4 pancreatic cancer. So, he wanted to do something special for the beloved wife and daughter he was going to leave behind. It all started with a photo series by photographer Lindsey Villatoro. She took pictures of Jim and Grace during one of her “forever loved” photo sessions. After meeting the couple, she was moved. She said they were “the most beautiful people I’ve known are those who have known trials, have known struggles, have known loss, and have found their way out of the depths.” Since Jim’s future was so uncertain, Lindsey wanted to help the family make a memory they could cherish forever. The resulting moment is so touching, you might need to grab a few tissues when you see it.

Grace told the photographer that their 11 year-old, Josie, was sad her father would miss so many things in her life.

With Lindsey’s help, the Zetz family organized a special moment for Josie and her daddy.

It was on Josie’s 11th birthday.

Since Jim wouldn’t be around to see her real wedding, they threw a wedding for the little girl he COULD attend.

Jim walked Josie down the aisle…

Slipped a ring on her finger and they were pronounced “daddy and daughter.”

No matter what happens with Jim, this is a moment that he and his daughter will have forever.

They won’t forget it, and neither will anyone there that day.

“I met Josie [the day of the wedding],” the photographer said. “She was a little bit overwhelmed when her mom picked her up from school and told her. She just needed a moment. Later, she said, ‘This is the best day of my life.’ She was very glad and excited to have these moments.” To see more of Lindsey’s work, visit her online portfolio. Source: Love Song Photography via Daily Mail It’s tragic that sickness tears loving families apart. This reminds us to embrace and appreciate those we love while we can. Please share this wonderful moment the Zetz family experienced with others.

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