New Music :: Dash x Pauly D = ‘Night of My Life’ + Dash’s Next Hit ‘Love to Love Ya’

New artist on the rise, pop star Dash collaborates with Jersey Shores Pauly D on ‘Night of My Life’. Currently #3 on the iTunes dance charts and the theme song to Pauly’s new MTV weekly reality series, “The Pauly D Project”, airs every Thursday night at 10:30 PM.



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Dash’s next single will be ‘Love to Love Ya’ produced by the closers. Take a listen below:



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◙ | by: JR


Larry Kudlow: “You know nothing about young people..SCHMUCK”

This guy is one of the slimeballs that poisons the mind of people. A republican healthcare mandate is now deemed unconstitutional by republicans due to the democrats adding it to the reform. The President did it to appease these scums but they wanted to implement it themselves….cry babies, never satisfied…HE”S ON MORNING JOE NOW

Lawrence “Larry” Kudlow (born August 20, 1947) is an American economist, television personality, and newspaper columnist. He is the host of CNBC‘s The Kudlow Report. As a syndicated columnist, his articles appear in numerous U.S. newspapers and web sites, including his own blog, Kudlow’s Money Politic$.

Kudlow was born into a Jewish family and grew up in New Jersey. Kudlow attended the private Dwight-Englewood School in Englewood, New Jersey, from the second half of middle school to high school.[1]

Kudlow graduated from University of Rochester in Rochester, New York with a degree in history in 1969.[2] Known as “Kuddles” to friends, he was a star on the tennis team and a member of the left-wing SDS (Students for a Democratic Society) at Rochester. In 1970, Kudlow joined Joseph Duffey‘s “New Politics” senatorial campaign in Connecticut. Duffey was a leading anti-war politician during the Vietnam war era. Kudlow, working with Yale student Bill Clinton as well as many other rising young Democrats, was known as a “brilliant” district coordinator. In 1971, Kudlow attended Princeton University‘s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, where he studied politics and economics.



“Is Lawrence O’Donnell carrying the TIM RUSSERT TORCH??!!”

Ed, you’re no joke too my friend. Stick it to them..

Lawrence Francis O’Donnell, Jr. (born November 7,[1] 1951) is a progressive political analyst, journalist, actor, producer, writer, and host of The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell, a weeknight MSNBC opinion and news program. O’Donnell called himself a “practical European socialist” in a Newsmaker Interview dated November 11, 2005.[2] He frequently filled in as host of Countdown before getting his own show on the cable network. On 19 October 2011, it was announced that beginning 24 October 2011, The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell would be switching time slots with The Ed Show, with Ed Schultz taking over the 8 p.m. Eastern slot, and O’Donnell returning to the 10 p.m. Eastern slot.[3]

O’Donnell has also appeared as a political analyst on The McLaughlin Group, The Al Franken Show, and Countdown. He was an Emmy Award-winning producer and writer for the NBC series The West Wing and creator and executive producer of the NBC series Mister Sterling. He is also an occasional actor, appearing as a recurring supporting character on the HBO series Big Love, portraying an attorney. He began his career as an aide to U.S. Senator Daniel Patrick Moynihan and was Staff Director for the Senate Finance Committee.


The ELEPHANT in the room: “IMPEACHMENT BILL now in Congress”


Let the president be duly warned.

Rep. Walter B. Jones Jr., R-N.C., has introduced a resolution declaring that should the president use offensive military force without authorization of an act of Congress, “it is the sense of Congress” that such an act would be “an impeachable high crime and misdemeanor.”

Specifically, Article I, Section 8, of the Constitution reserves for Congress alone the power to declare war, a restriction that has been sorely tested in recent years, including Obama’s authorization of military force in Libya.

In an exclusive WND column, former U.S. Rep. Tom Tancredo claims that Jones introduced his House Concurrent Resolution 107 in response to startling recent comments from Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta.

“This week it was Secretary of Defense Panetta’s declaration before the Senate Armed Services Committee that he and President Obama look not to the Congress for authorization to bomb Syria but to NATO and the United Nations,” Tancredo writes. “This led to Rep. Walter Jones, R-N.C., introducing an official resolution calling for impeachment should Obama take offensive action based on Panetta’s policy statement, because it would violate the Constitution.”

In response to questions from Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., over who determines the proper and legal use of the U.S. military, Panetta said, “Our goal would be to seek international permission and we would … come to the Congress and inform you and determine how best to approach this, whether or not we would want to get permission from the Congress – I think those are issues we would have to discuss as we decide what to do here.”

“Well, I’m almost breathless about that,” Sessions responded, “because what I heard you say is, ‘We’re going to seek international approval, and then we’ll come and tell the Congress what we might do, and we might seek congressional approval.’ And I just want to say to you that’s a big [deal].”

Asked again what was the legal basis for U.S. military force, Panetta suggested a NATO coalition or U.N. resolution.

Sessions was dumbfounded by the answer.

“Well, I’m all for having international support, but I’m really baffled by the idea that somehow an international assembly provides a legal basis for the United States military to be deployed in combat,” Sessions said. “They can provide no legal authority. The only legal authority that’s required to deploy the United States military is of the Congress and the president and the law and the Constitution.”


The Master Returns: “Johnny Depp as TANTO-LONE RANGER MOVIE”

From producer Jerry Bruckheimer and director Gore Verbinski comes Disney/Bruckheimer Films' "The Lone Ranger." Tonto (Johnny Depp), a spirit warrior on a personal quest, joins forces in a fight for justice with John Reid (Armie Hammer), a lawman who has become a masked avenger.

Who is that masked man?

Armie Hammer, best known for playing both Winklevoss twins in “The Social Network,” is saddled up as the titular Western vigilante in the first photo released from next year’s “Lone Ranger” movie.

Producer Jerry Bruckheimer tweeted out the sneak peek on Thursday.

Even more striking though is the man behind the makeup as the Lone Ranger’s sidekick, Tonto. Johnny Depp, who has said in past interviews that he is part Cherokee, plays the Native American hero.

Aside from the incredible winged headdress, Depp told Entertainment Weekly moviegoers can expect a less cartoonish Tonto than the one made famous in the early ’50s television series.

“I remember watching it as a kid, with Jay Silverheels and Clayton Moore, and going: ‘Why is the f—ing Lone Ranger telling Tonto what to do?’ ” Depp told the magazine last year. “I liked Tonto, even at that tender age, and knew Tonto was getting the unpleasant end of the stick here. That’s stuck with me. And when the idea came up (for the movie), I started thinking about Tonto and what could be done in my own small way try to . . . reinvent the relationship.”

“Lone Ranger” is currently shooting in New Mexico, reuniting director Gore Verbinski with Depp, his “Pirates of the Caribbean” and “Rango” star.

The Disney film will reach theaters on May 31, 2013.

LUXURY x BOOKS = “The Jaguar Bookshelf”

Talking of this trend, Brazil’s richest man Eike Batista decorated his living room by parking his Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren in there, whereas a Porsche lover furnished his home with a custom TV stand made from genuine Porsche models. And, the latest in the auto art is done by a Dutch design studio Denieuwegeneratie, as they re-conditioned a retro Jaguar into a bookshelf, carrying books for passengers instead of people.

Jaguar Bookshelf

Created for the Dutch Mountain house project, the Denieuwegeneratie designers gutted off Jaguar’s heavier parts like engine, the rectangular section on the roof in order to create space to accommodate books, and the trunk which has been converted to form a cabinet space. This re-worked vintage Jaguar bookshelf resting against the kitchen wall with length-side up is an auto- art work made for the books buffs and the car connoisseurs alike.

Dutch Mountain Home