Cliven Bundy is a rancher in Nebraska who has refused to pay grazing fees since 1993.
As a result, he now owes the federal government over $1 million and he has been engaged in a tense standoff with officials for weeks, with an armed militia actually coming to his defense against The Bureau of Land Management.
In an interview with The New York Times yesterday, though, Bundy moved attention away from this ongoing scandal and on to something else: his unabashed racism.
Katy Perry has never shied away from theatrics, and the singer obviously loves to go all out for her music videos, but in the clip for her new single “Birthday” Katy takes things to a new level by portraying five of the worst party entertainers that ever lived.
Don’t be surprised to see Katy transitioning into feature films soon, as she demonstrates seriously impressive comedic acting chops playing: Goldie, Yosef Shulum, Kriss the Clown, Ace the Animal Trainer, and Princess Mandee, whose Twitter handle is way too long to reproduce here.
Even with the assistance of a network and several producers (all of whom are probably in on the scam) Tori and Dean weren’t able to cover all their bases and as Jezebel recently pointed out, there are a few things about True Tori that just don’t make
But a future Hall of Fame quarterback, an ex-congressman and a singer known for beating up on women are at the forefront of a different kind of overexposed rundown, one that focuses on the male genitalia.
Indeed, all seven of the men pictured here have revealed their penises in unusual, typically inappropriate manners. And – shocker! – nearly every time, the private part has become a matter of public record.
Though it generally focuses more on movers and shakers in the fields of science and global politics, this year’s list of the 100 most influential people features more famous faces than the poshest post-Oscar parties.