'Your papers, please' must never be heard in America
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Many wonder if Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will make good on her offer to testify about the Benghazi killings. But many also wonder if she is a buzz-worthy Hollywood property. Currently in development is "Rodham," a new dramatic movie chronicling Mrs. Clinton's adventures as a young, single Justice Department attorney who was working to impeach President Nixon while dallying with a certain ambitious politician from Arkansas named Bill.
"While I could see someone like Seth Rogen with his hair grown out, or Jason Segel (also with his hair grown out) taking a more dramatic turn to portray hippie-era Bill Clinton, the actress best suited to take on young professional Hillary is a bit tougher to guess," says Maressa Brown, an entertainment writer with the Stir, a gossip site, who compared photos of a youthful Mrs. Clinton and a few contemporary actresses.
"Let the discussion on a flat tax continue in earnest, including such items as revenue neutrality, minimal deductions, the decreased role of the IRS, among others. Our future economic growth will depend on getting back to such true simplicity," he adds.