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Topic - Meghan Mccain
Meghan McCain said she's already defied the odds by not disappearing from the public stage after her father's failed 2008 presidential campaign, and that part of the reason is some regard her as the new face of the Republican Party.
Meghan McCain said she respects the Republican Party, but wants to make clear: Some GOPers are crazy rednecks. She’s just not one of them.
A feud between conservative columnist Ann Coulter and John McCain's politically vocal daughter, Meghan McCain, has heated up recently after Ms. Coulter joked in her latest column about the young pundit being killed by firearms.
Meghan McCain is getting her own variety talk show.
"Hurricane Sandy is a disturbing sign of things to come. We must heed this warning and act quickly to solve the climate crisis. Dirty energy makes dirty weather," says Al Gore, commenting on Hurricane Sandy in his personal blog.
Larry King is returning as a talk show host this week, with his new home the Internet.
Larry King has returned as a talk show host this week, at his new home on the Internet.
Gay-rights and traditional-values groups reacted swiftly Wednesday to President Obama's open support for gay marriage, which came hours after North Carolina citizens voted in a landslide to block such nuptials.
Chelsea Clinton began work at NBC News on Monday, the second daughter of a former president at the network. NBC said it had hired the 31-year-old Clinton to work on projects for "NBC Nightly News" and Brian Williams' newsmagazine, "Rock Center." She will report stories for the feel-good "Making a Difference" series.
Meghan McCain has "warm feelings" toward GOP presidential hopeful Herman Cain, but the 26-year-old won't be hopping on the Cain train.
Meghan McCain supports Romney's presidential bid
Bristol Palin's new book, "Not Afraid of Life," opens at 100 mph and never slows down. Everything the title promises is is an intimathere. This te, insider, unabashed account of life in the Palin family. This is a teenager's almost innocent portrayal of her sudden rise to fame and the people she encounters along the way.
Joe the Plumber, meet Flagg the Fix-it, who has political prowess and much skill with hand tools. Flagg Youngblood - director of Vets for Freedom PAC and former director of military outreach at Young America's Foundation - is competing for the title of "All American Handyman" on HGTV, one of 20 finalists on parade during the show's debut on Sunday.
Others, meanwhile, "think I'm the second coming of the new wave of Republicanism," she said, adding in Politico that either way, that's incorrect. "I don't think it's fair to either demagogue me or put myself up on a pedestal."
"People project onto me what they want me to be," said Ms. McCain, the daughter of Arizona Sen. John McCain, in Politico. "If they want me to be this spoiled, crass senator's daughter, then they will create that and say that to be on Twitter and write articles on me."