Hollyscoop.com's Violet Kanian caught up with Elton John at the Movie Junket of 'Gnomeo & Juliet'. He gives us the 10 second scoop on why we should see this movie which he produced and wrote music for. Elton also talks about being a new father, how difficult it was to make this movie, and if he will perform at the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton. For up-to-the-minute celebrity news, visit www.hollyscoop.com Celebrity Photos http Celebrity Videos www.hollyscoop.com Movie Trailers www.hollyscoop.com
Hollyscoop.com's Violet Kanian caught up with Kelly Asbury at the Movie Junket of 'Gnomeo & Juliet'. He gives us the 10 second scoop on why we should see this movie, what it was like working with Elton John & more. For up-to-the-minute celebrity news, visit www.hollyscoop.com Celebrity Photos http Celebrity Videos www.hollyscoop.com Movie Trailers www.hollyscoop.com
Melissa from Elite TV interviews John Salley at Hip Hop 101 Event at the Los Angeles Sports Arena. Salley was born in Brooklyn, New York. Salley played high school ball at Canarsie High School in Brooklyn. He is a 1988 graduate of Georgia Tech's College of Management. At 6'11" (2.11 m), Salley played both power forward and center for the Detroit Pistons, Miami Heat, Toronto Raptors, Chicago Bulls, Panathinaikos BC and Los Angeles Lakers. The nickname "Spider" is a reference to Salley's fear of the arachnid, which he claims to have conquered during his time on the 2009 reality television show I'm a Celebrity...Get Me out of Here!. John Salley had a role in Bad Boys and Bad Boys 2, as a thick-glassed computer hacking nerd who gets out of jail because he helps crack files for the Miami Police Department. In 1996, Salley appeared as a veteran basketball player alongside Whoopi Goldberg in the film Eddie, about a fan who takes over as coach of the New York Knicks. In the fall of 1998, Salley hosted the game show I Can't Believe You Said That, which aired on the Fox Family Channel. During that time, he also guest-starred as a panelist on Hollywood Squares. In 2001, Salley made an appearance in the Luther Vandross music video, "Take You Out". In 2004 he was part of the panel of celebrity judges in the TBS Superstation show He's a Lady. In 2006, Salley was named the Commissioner of the American Basketball Association. In 2007, Salley appeared in the ABC reality television ...
Cenk Uygur (host of The Young Turks) on his weekly Daily Rant segment on the Dylan Ratigan show on MSNBC explains the influence of money on the Afghanistan war and GOP obstruction to the START treaty. ______ WASHINGTON (Nov. 16) -- An agreement between the United States and Russia to slash their nuclear arsenals was in danger of collapse Tuesday after an influential Republican senator said it should not be voted on this year. With a terse statement, Sen. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz., dealt a major setback to President Barack Obama's efforts to improve ties with Russia and to his broader strategy for reducing nuclear arms worldwide. The treaty, known as New START, had been seen as one of Obama's top foreign policy accomplishments. Without the support of Kyl, the leading Republican voice on the treaty, Democrats have little hope of securing at least eight Republican votes, the minimum they would need for ratification in the Senate. His stance, unless reversed, would delay the vote until the newly elected Senate, with an expanded Republican minority, is sworn in next year. Democrats would then need the support of at least 14 Republicans. The White House has been trying to avoid a vote next year, knowing that ratification could slip out of reach in the face of opposition to the treaty from most Republicans and an increasingly partisan political environment. At a minimum, a 2011 vote would probably set the treaty back for months, because Republicans are likely to demand new hearings in ...
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Bud Ward on avoiding politics while discussing climate change, 2011 AMS Annual Meeting
Ed Balls-up is nailed by Andrew Neil on criticising former Labour chancellor Alistair Darling's statements on the economy, which Ed Balls denies he ever criticised. This is an edit from a much longer video, this clip used on certain websites by request. Recorded from BBC Daily Politics, 25 January 2011.
Rep. Eric Cantor voted on Jan. 19 to repeal the health care law in spite of the law's many consumer benefits and the fact that the Senate has promised to block any repeal efforts. On January 20, VCU student, Peter Stauffer showed up to a Virginia Organizing protest in Richmond to speak out against Rep. Cantor's repeal vote. Peter is one of 25,8000 young people in Virginia would would lose their health care if Rep. Cantor were successful.