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Topic - Willie Robertson
Some of the biggest baby names of 2013 were inspired by the reality stars on A&E's "Duck Dynasty," the Daily Mail reported.
Reality star Willie Robertson, of the A&E show "Duck Dynasty," is starring in a new political ad for his "good buddy" Vance McAllister for Louisiana's 5th District special election.
Running for a political office is a potential – just not anytime soon, said one of the stars of the popular “Duck Dynasty” show, a Christian-based reality segment of one family’s rise to riches via an invention to aid hunters.
Carolina Panthers first-round draft pick Star Lotulelei spent Sunday being introduced to life in NASCAR country.
When "Duck Dynasty" returned for its third season last week, it was greeted by an audience of 8.6 million viewers. Pretty good for an A&E reality series about bearded bayou brethren who manufacture duck calls and love to go bird hunting.
Let's send somebody from the 5th District who speaks for us to help turn Washington around," Mr. Robertson says in the ad, Roll Call first reported
"I never rule anything out," said Willie Robertson, addressing speculation of a congressional run for a Louisiana seat, The Hill reported.