Subtitle: Women who abuse their power to give future baby mama’s a bad name. There is nothing worse in this world than a mother who uses the children against the father in a relationship. If you are going to rank sins against men in this world, this act would be right up there with the biblical Eve’s sin committed in the Garden of Eden against God. It would be number one in 99.9% of men who are committed father’s and those who desire to be fathers, representing a quality most women desire.
Now that the cat's out of the bag, where do you think Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie will get hitched? They have so many properties to choose from, including their château in France, sprawling mansion in Los Angeles and their abode in New Orleans.
Gird your loins, the State Of The Union address is tonight. That means lots of pomp and circumstance, little in the way of new substance, and chatter galore from pundits on both sides of the aisle. However much or little you care about this event, sometimes the best way to get through long affairs is with a cocktail in hand, or rather, "wasteypants."
In the January 2012 issue of 'Marie Claire,' Brad Pitt's other half, Angelina Jolie admits she's kind of a loner.
We love the Kardashian's and think it's pretty awesome how their mom, Kris Jenner, was smart enough to build an empire off of the talents of her children. What's better than a mom who believes in her kids? But, who doesn't think it's so great? Only the First couple, Barack and Michelle Obama! According to iVillage, the First Lady spoke fondly of her two young daughters, Malia, 13, and Sasha, 10, in a new interview."They're terrific girls, they're poised and they're kind and they're curious," she says. But raising them in the White House has been a struggle, as Michelle says she "fights for their normalcy" on a daily basis.
Michelle Obama is still loving her man after 18 years of marriage, and she let him know just how much for his 50th birthday.
First Lady Michelle Obama gave some advice to not only her daughters, but to all women when it comes to dating. "Find people who will make you better," she said. Definitely words to live by.
America's love affair with celebrities has been apparent in our presidential choices—exemplified by Ronald Reagan—but don't look for George Clooney to join that political marquee anytime soon. Despite his ramped-up activism efforts, the charismatic cutie denies any plans for ever hitting the campaign trail. Why? Well, for one, his colorful past. "I didn't live my life the right way for politics, you know," Clooney stated in a recent interview with Newsweek (via E!Online). "I f**ked too many chicks and did too many drugs, and that's the truth."
Inspired by the romantic date night tradition set by First Lady and President Obama, Washington DC has appointed Dr Ruth Westheimer honorary secretary of the Department of Love and Relationships. Michelle and Barack Obama's practice of making time to connect one on one while preferring local restaurants and businesses over schmoozing with K Street lawyers or political hostesses has set an example that is both pro-relationship and good for local economies.
Another week, another date night for the First Couple. Last week President Barack Obama took his wife Michelle out on the town. And by out, he flew the two of them (and a few security) to New York City. "On the town" included a limo ride to dinner and a stop on Broadway where they saw the play Joe Turner's Come and Gone. This week the entire First Family was in Paris to commemorate, with the leaders of France, Britain and Canada, the 65th anniversary of D-Day. The Obama family was able to visit Notre Dame Cathedral on a private tour where the president lit a candle while a children's choir sang for them. Read: Obama Girls Dating? Not Without Secret Service