Steve Ertelt at Life News is reporting that the successful MTV show "16 and Pregnant" is returning for a second season. The show follows 10 pregnant teens in different life circumstances. A pro-choice blogger is not pleased that the program does not depict a teenage girl who chooses abortion.
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Today's Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: The 'green jobs' scam unmasked, Palin Channels Feinstein is this any different?, and TRush Limbaugh's voice tested to kill beetle.
After calling Republican Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown's candidacy "a joke" and facing tough re-election odds in his home state of Rhode Island, Democratic Congressman Patrick "Patches" Kennedy tells his constituents he will not seek re-election for a ninth term. Perhaps the kitchen was getting too hot for Mr. Kennedy to handle.
In the midst of weak polls numbers, the Obama administration is grabbing on to anything that will boost the image of a flailing presidency. Everyone from President Obama to Vice President Joe Biden to White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs are more than willing to say the successes in Iraq are due to Obama administration policies without crediting the President Bush's foundational groundwork, like the surge.
ACORN and other leftist groups are eligible to receive up to $3.99 billion in taxpayer-funded slush money.
Today's Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: ACORN asks for $$$$ to 'Help us keep the pressure on O'Keefe', Voters want Democrats to toss Obamacare bills and start all over, and Tunnel assault on girl sparks security debate.
It looks like Marvel Comics' Captain America is throwing his mighty shield at the Tea Party Movement.
Leftist groups including ACORN are eligible to receive almost $4 billion in taxpayer-backed slush funds.
Here is something for the flat Earth global warming alarmists to ponder over. The Environmental Public Works Committee have cancelled a hearing on global warming due to the fact that Washington is experiencing blizzard number 2.
Off the beaten path online: Specter admits it was a mistake to read X-Mas Day bomber his 'Miranda Rights'
Today's Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: Specter admits it was a mistake to read X-Mas Day terrorist bomber his 'Miranda Rights', Green police aren't just in Super Bowl ads, and 63% Say better for country if most of Congress not reelected.
The National Organization's for Women's (NOW) attack on the Tebow Super Bowl ad as glorifying violence appears odd at first, but it is not unexpected coming from an organization like theirs. It is common, in fact, for liberal feminists groups to help institute mandatory arrest laws and primary aggressor doctrines in the area of domestic violence.
Today's Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: First Lady: President Obama has had a "phenomenal first year, Nelson to support filibuster on Becker, and Econuts now insist third-hand smoke is bad for you.
Governor David Paterson’s spokespeople are denying any possible-career ending scandal that will push him out of office as a result of a bombshell story The New York Times is said to have on him. Unconfirmed rumors relating to sex, drugs, and women appear to be the most brought up topics surrounding the story.
The late Pennsylvania Democratic Congressman John Murtha passed away today at age 77. Mr. Murtha was caught up in a number of controversial issues over the past few years, some of which were caught on video (all below) like ABSCAM, calling U.S. Marines "murderers, accusing his own district for being "racist", and using federal taxpayer money to fund a Pennsylvania airport with his name. The first video below is of Mr. Murtha making a deal with a fictitious Arab sheik whom Murtha thought was bribing him.
Former New York Congressman Republican Rick Lazio has sent a letter to The New York Times Executive Editor Bill Keller demanding to either put up or shut up about a possible bombshell story surrounding New York Governor David Paterson (D). Elizabeth Benjamin of the New York Daily News posted the letter.