Kelsey Grammer can scarcely keep his own house in order. But the actor still thinks he'd make a good politician, admitting to The New York Post that he possesses the "narcissistic personality" necessary for that world and would consider a run for Mayor of NYC.

"I have a great career and extraordinary opportunities," the Grammer said.  "But I look at my political aspirations as that last piece of my life, where I hope to do something good for people and pay back a little."

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The National Geographic Channel will air a documentary on the September 11, 2011 terrorist attacks with George W. Bush speaking in intimate detail about the days and weeks following the world changing event, the network says.

The special, set for September 11, will mark a rare appearance by president #43.

Posted in: George W. Bush

The tax rate on wealthy Americans is at its lowest figure in over 50 years, but Steve Wynn doesn't care.

The casino magnate spoke to the press in Las Vegas yesterday and blasted President Barack Obama for his job-creating record, bringing back the misunderstood "S" word Republicans fired Obama's way during the 2008 election.

Posted in: Barack Obama

Movie reviews of Stephen K. Bannon's Sarah Palin documentary The Undefeated are about what you'd expect. Not great from the LAME-stream media, with staunch defenders on the other end of the political spectrum.

Aside from being erroneously titled (even if you don't count the 2008 presidential election, Palin lost a 2002 bid for Lt. Governor of Alaska all on her own), the film is essentially a troop-rallying campaign infomercial.

Posted in: Movie Reviews

Will there be a 51st state called South California? No, there will not. But 13 mostly conservative counties there are floating the idea to make a point.

One official, local Republican Jeff Stone, has asked fellow members of the Riverside County Board of Supervisors to support a motion to do just that.

Posted in: Politics

If you have no idea who Tim Pawlenty is, we don't blame you.

The GOP presidential candidate polls way behind Mitt Romney, Michelle Bachmann and even Sarah Palin, who on top of being incapable, isn't even running!

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In the new issue of Newsweek, Sarah Palin says in no uncertain terms that she can win a national election. Of course, she hasn't decided if she'll try to prove it.

"I believe that I can win a national election," she says, adding that she firmly believes Americans are "desperate" and "deserving" of "positive change."

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Barack is dealing with a lot these days.

Trying to manage two wars, revive a stagnant economy, provide health care, reach a compromise over the federal debt ceiling and keep various factious of constituents happy regarding social issues is a balancing act, to be sure.

Posted in: Barack Obama