Tag: Entertainment

Brad Pitt, Robert Downey, Jr. & Mel Gibson Claim Hollywood is an ‘Institutionalized Pedophile Ring’

Actor Mel Gibson explained to a BBC television audience in July 2020 how he had been blacklisted by Hollywood’s controlling monarchs in 2006. What he was about to reveal would at first bring a barrage of media fury labeling him a conspiratorist. Over time, much of what he said has been proven true. The Braveheart…

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Facebook Prison Blues

This is dedicated to all my fellow Patriots who’ve been bestowed the honorable badge of courage: A social media censorship and jail time. Facebook Prison Blues I hear that phone a buzzing,Its buzzing once again.But I ain’t been on facebook,Since I don’t know when.I’m stuck in facebook prison,Stuck here for my crime.Stuck in farcebook prison,Gotta…

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Was President John F. Kennedy “Too White?”

You be the judge. ____________________________ For the record, Elvis was a Pepsi man. ______________________________ Famous people of all persuasions who have endorsed Coca-Cola include Marilyn Monroe, Ray Charles, Anita Bryant LeBron James, George Michael, 50 Cent, David Beckham, Paula Abdul, Cal Ripken, Kobe Bryant, Roger Clemens, Neil Diamond, Christina Aguilera, Sandra Dee, Wayne Gretzky, Whitney…

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Carly Pearce Debuts New EP: “29” With 80th Grande Ole Opry Appearance

Country Music’s Carly Pearce is celebrating the release of her EP, “29” and will make her 80th appearance at the Grande Ole Opry in Nashville on Saturday, Feb. 27, 2021. “Every Little Thing” was the first song that Pearce ever wrote with Michael Busbee, her longtime collaborator and producer. They co-wrote what would become her…

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Tennessee Supreme Court Rules on Elvis Presley Enterprises v. Memphis Basketball Case

The Tennessee Supreme Court ruled Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2021 that a lawsuit filed by Elvis Presley Enterprises, Inc. against the City of Memphis, Shelby County, and Memphis Basketball is not barred. The lawsuit involves the construction of a 6,200-seat theater near Graceland and the Court decided the case is not barred by the legal concept…

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