By James A. Lyons
By arming the rebels, we're aiding al Qaeda
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Right now, Sammy Hagar is awfully glad he's not in Van Halen anymore.
A personal assistant turned personal manager to Michael Jackson said the King of Pop had been taking propofol as early as 1999, and that the singer was drugged up ahead of his 30th anniversary concerts in 2001.
A personal assistant-turned-personal manager to Michael Jackson said the King of Pop had been taking propofol as early as 1999, and that the singer was drugged up ahead of his 2001 30th anniversary concerts.
Freddie de la Hay is not the kind of dog who sneaks around, which would seem to disqualify him as a working member of the British intelligence service known as MI6. All Freddie wants from life is a kind owner, a comfortable bed and meaty dog biscuits.
The Wood Brothers were once a juggernaut in NASCAR, a family team that perfected the modern pit stop and raced to win after win with David Pearson behind the wheel of the powerful No. 21 machine.
If you're looking for serious advice on finding God, you may want to ask Goat Boy. In his newly released autobiography, "I'm Not High (But I've Got a Lot of Crazy Stories About Life as a Goat Boy, a Dad, and a Spiritual Warrior)," comedian Jim Breuer takes us on a most unusual, life-in-show-business journey that's ultimately about faith, family and, well, faith again.
"That's disgusting," said her husband, Eddie, 45, originally from Northern Ireland. "It's terrible that the austerity measures are hitting middle and lower classes while bankers are still getting bonuses, even though they've been bailed out by the taxpayer, when some people can't afford food and heating."
He said Jackson was first introduced to Demerol in 1984 when he burned his head during a Pepsi commercial shoot.