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Topic - Jesse Ventura
Hundreds of American Indians and their supporters rallied outside the Metrodome Thursday night to demand the Washington Redskins change the team's nickname, calling it racist and disrespectful.
Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura, who has been toying with a White House run himself, is convinced that Americans should not have to pay taxes during the federal government shutdown.
Rocco Mediate already loves Minnesota.
Jesse Ventura — the former World Wrestling Federation wrestler-turned-governor of Minnesota — may pursue a lawsuit against former Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle, now deceased, subbing in his widow as the defendant instead.
It was revealed that millions of innocent Americans have been subjected to NSA wiretaps as part of secret program to uncover terrorists plots. Secretary of State John F. Kerry said that the U.S. would sign an international arms treaty. On the international stage, China is countering U.S. military strategy in Asia by arming western hemisphere states. Here’s a recap, or wrap, of the week that was from The Washington Times.
Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura has decided to substitute Chris Kyle's wife, Taya, in a defamation suit he has filed against the slain Navy SEAL.
Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura is back from his part-time home in Mexico and eagerly spreading the idea he could run for the U.S. presidency in 2016.
Former Navy SEAL and "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle was fatally shot along with another man Saturday on a Texas gun range, a sheriff told local newspapers.
It is an unusual crossing of political paths, on a campaign trail that could only lead to New York City: President Obama and Libertarian Gary Johnson will both be in Manhattan on Tuesday.
Hey, include Gary Johnson in the presidential debates and let America have access to a third party, say his allies. Or else.
The ever-fierce Jesse Ventura says it doesn't matter who wins the presidential election any more because the office has devolved into a kind of bipartisan gangland. To make his point, the former Minnesota governor and wrestling god has written a new book titled "DemoCRIPS and ReBLOODlicans: No More Gangs in Government."
No presidential candidate worth his chauffeured SUV has reached his personal zenith without this: celebrities to vouch for them. They are the glam and glitter of political campaigns, sure to turn even jaded political operatives into fawning celeb watchers.
Andrew Zimmern already knows what he wants for the final course in a career built on a penchant for chowing unusual foods _ a helping of politics.
"Richer than Romney, cuter than Newt, as slick as Rick and twice as tall as Paul. Why not?"
Jesse Ventura thinks his time as Minnesota's governor makes an acting role as Indiana's governor not much of a stretch.