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  • Miss Alabama Katherine Webb 'moving to NYC to pursue modelling career and may appear

    01/21/2013 12:32:55 PM PST · by Perdogg · 32 replies
    Former Miss Alabama Katherine Webb is moving to New York and may appear in an upcoming season of Dancing With The Stars, it emerged today. What should have been a mere 15 minutes of fame after ESPN commentator Brent Musburger momentarily fell in love with her as she watched her quarterback boyfriend play in the BSC Championships, has now turned into what could well be a promising career for the 23-year-old.
  • You Can't Call a Pretty Girl Pretty; What Kind of Country Are We Becoming?

    01/11/2013 1:19:12 AM PST · by Kaslin · 48 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | January 11, 2013 | Mark Davis
    Before examining the ridiculous controversy stemming from Monday night’s college football championship broadcast, let us stipulate that there are more urgent and scary ways to describe the current changes in America. We are becoming a culture of dependency. We are becoming a neo-socialist experiment. We are becoming a dumbed-down nation unappreciative of its founders. We are losing touch with the Constitution and the very concept of liberty. I do not argue that today’s essay is our most pressing problem. But as scores of fine writers address the various angles of our republic’s dangle from a precarious thread, I thought...