Saturday December 10, 2016

Archive for the ‘Tabloid’ Category

Hillary Clinton’s losing campaign cost a record $1.2 billion

Hillary Clinton and her supporters spent a record $1.2 billion for her losing presidential campaign — twice as much as the winner, Donald Trump, according to the latest records. The president-elect, who confounded critics during the campaign by saying there was no need to raise or spend $1 billion or more, ended up making do with $600 million.  More…

Vandal Tears Apart Car For 6 Hours While Passersby Watch and Take Pictures

A woman is left in tears and without a car after vandal went to town on her vehicle for hours while passersby stopped to take pictures instead of help. Making it even harder for her is that she just lost her job and only has liability insurance.  More…

Fat-shaming Santa Claus hospitalized with blood clot

A fat-shaming Santa who told a 9-year-old boy to “lay off” the burgers and fries is in the hospital with a blood clot, according to his niece. Earl Crowder – whose ill-timed advice went viral this week – has been hospitalized in North Carolina since Wednesday.  More…

Fact-challenged Brian Williams whines about fake news

The man suspended from his TV anchor job for faking his own news is furious about the spread of “fake news.” Lyin’ Brian, who was forced to take a six-month vacation before being permanently relieved of his “Nightly News” duties on NBC, railed about the new epidemic of “fake news” on his MSNBC faux show.  More…

‘Jeopardy!’ contestant dies of cancer week before episode airs

A “Jeopardy!” episode airing next week has turned emotional for some after one of its contestants, Cindy Stowell, died of cancer at the age of 41 on Monday. Stowell, a science-content developer from Austin, Texas, taped the quiz show back in August, and the episode is set to premiere on Dec. 13, a “Jeopardy!” spokesperson confirmed.  More…

Watch animal rights activists harass horse-carriage riders

Animal right activists are stepping up their war on Central Park’s horse-drawn carriage industry by riding alongside carriages and pressuring tourists to ditch the buggies for an electric car.  More…

Kid Rock creates social media storm selling pro-Trump T-shirts

Warner Music and Kid Rock, one of its best-known artists, don’t think much of Americans who voted for Hillary Clinton. The 45-year old Michigan native, an outspoken fan of President-elect Donald Trump, is selling a T-Shirton his official Warner site that labels every blue state, “Dumbf—istan.” The Trump-loving red states are labeled, “United States of America.”  More…

Oakland warehouse where 36 died in vicious fire shown before the deadly blaze

Shocking video and images have emerged from inside the doomed Oakland warehouse depicting a squalid ‘hell-hole’ not fit to live in – as a tenant told how cats urinated everywhere and it was the venue for an orgy. The footage and photos show the living quarters of some of the residents of the building known as the Oakland Ghost Ship.  More…

Trump rips Boeing for ‘out of control’ cost of new Air Force One

Donald Trump lashed out at airplane manufacturer Boeing for the exorbitantly high cost of the Air Force One plane currently being built. “Boeing is building a brand new 747 Air Force One for future presidents, but costs are out of control, more than $4 billion. Cancel order!” Trump said Tuesday morning on Twitter.  More…

Jogger’s abduction eerily similar to classmate’s disappearance

The case of the California jogger who was kidnapped and held captive for three weeks last month shares eerie similarities with a high school classmate who disappeared nearly two decades ago while running near the very same trail she was abducted on.  More…

A Bergdahl pardon would be Obama’s final military betrayal

Will President Obama betray our military one last time by pardoning Bowe Bergdahl? He’s already imposed rules of engagement that protect our enemies, kill our soldiers and deny us victory. He’s targeted the US Armed Forces for social engineering, undermining combat effectiveness. He dishonored our dead by throwing away our success in Iraq.  More…

Search for video game may be why Colombia plane didn’t refuel

The plane carrying a Brazilian soccer team that crashed in Colombia ran out of fuel because its crew searched for a player’s video game before takeoff — a delay that led to a skipped refueling stop en route to Medellin, according to a report.  More…

Michael Flynn’s conspiracy-loving son kicked off Trump’s transition team

Michael Flynn Jr., the conspiracy theory-loving son of Donald Trump’s national security adviser, got bounced from the president-elect’s transition team Tuesday over his bizarre tweets about “Pizzagate.” “The younger Michael Flynn was helping his father with some administration and scheduling duties early on in the transition process and he is no longer involved with transition efforts,” Trump spokesman Jason Miller told Politico.  More…

Ivy League colleges are turning into ruthless PC prisons

At Harvard, the administration eliminated the men’s soccer season this year because the guys commented on the sexual appeal of their female peers. The six women they were talking about wrote they “brushed off the news as if it didn’t really matter” until the publicity hubbub trained them to be gravely offended – like toddlers who fall down at the playground tend not to cry unless their mothers fly over to make a fuss.  More…

Hollywood Walk of Fame Stars in Disrepair as Honorees Cry Foul

Touching every era and genre of entertainment, the damage ranges from minor cracks (Charlie Chaplin, Aaron Spelling, Aretha Franklin) and broken brass inlays (Al Jolson, Chris Rock, Edith Head) to large gouges (Irving Thalberg, Myrna Loy, Paul Rudd). Stars in the worst condition include those honoring Cecil B. DeMille, Ginger Rogers, Neil Diamond, Lucille Ball and Billy Wilder.  More…