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Robert Jonathan is a writer/editor/blogger across a wide range of content platforms. He has held senior editorial positions with several online and print publishers and received an editorial excellence in journalism award from the Newsletter and Electronic Publishers Foundation. Robert Jonathan earned a Juris Doctorate from the University of Connecticut School of Law, "a law school the basketball teams can be proud of." Robert can be contacted at: [Robert@Inquisitr.com]


Will Sarah Palin Be The New Host Of ‘The View’?

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Sarah Palin to The View? The long-running ABC daytime talk show recently parted ways with co-hosts Sherri Shepherd and Jenny McCarthy, while co-creator and host Barbara Walters has retired or semi-retired. So there are open seats at the table, with Whoopi Goldberg being the only holdover. There are conflicting reports as to whether executive producer… Read more »

Gene Simmons: I’m The One Percent And It’s Fantastic

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Outspoken KISS co-founder Gene Simmons doesn’t mind admitting that he is among the richest one percent in the country, an elite group that was scorned, if not demonized, by the Occupy movement. In an interview, Simmons proudly claimed that the one-percenters, as it were, rock: “I have been part of the 1 percent for the… Read more »

Military Veteran Dies At VA Hospital 500 Yards From Emergency Room

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Could the bureaucracy at Veterans Affairs hospitals get any worse even as we celebrate the Declaration of Independence on July 4 and remember the soldiers who took up arms for our freedom? The latest: An elderly military veteran collapsed at the Albuquerque, N.M., VA hospital cafeteria and tragically died during a 30-minute wait for an… Read more »

Benjamin Moore Sued For Alleged Racist Paint Names

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A former Benjamin Moore employee has charged the company in a lawsuit with marketing racially offensive paint colors. The plaintiff, an African-American man named Clinton Tucker, 34, alleged in court papers that he was wrongfully fired for complaining to management about two Benjamin Moore colors named “Clinton Brown” and “Tucker Chocolate.” He also apparently took… Read more »