102 posts categorized "ELIZABETH WARREN"
ABOVE: Banner day for LGBTQ favorites' birthdays — Gaultier is 70, Shirley MacLaine is 88 and all-time icon Streisand is (GULP) 80!
ABOVE: Love what you've done with the place.
ABOVE: I mean, Marlon Brando. (More here, follows are helpful!)
The new Tenacious D cover of “Time Warp” is pretty spectacular, and it makes use of such celebrity cameos as Pete Buttigieg and Elizabeth Warren (foes in primary season).
Oddly, Susan Sarandon — a villain to all but those on the far left for her advocacy of allowing Trump to win in order to expedite a socialist revolution (that has failed, hard, to materialize) — also joined in the fun.
I guess she just want people to vote and to move left; she certainly isn't endorsing Biden here ... but the cover is great:
ABOVE: Via Socialite Life ... THIS, THIS is how you promote a kids' book.
Sen. Kamala Harris kicked off Night 3 of the DNC by urging people to have a voting plan:
When we vote, things change.
Hosted by Kerry Washington, the evening's first issue was common-sense gun control, and made use of footage of Parkland survivor Emma González shouting of arguments against gun control:
We call B.S.!
Testimony on the topic included passionate commentary from people directly affected by gun violence, including teenagers. A mom whose son was severely disabled following a shooting spoke movingly of how her life changed, strongly endorsing Joe Biden on the issue of guns and taking on the NRA.
It was also deeply effective to see and hear from former Democratic Rep. Gabby Giffords of Arizona, who was shot in the head in 2011 and nearly died.
A young man then recalled the time he was an intern in D.C. and was on the phone with his grandmother, who asked to speak to Joe Biden, who was walking by. He wound up speaking to her for 30 minutes, to the exclusion of everything else. Sweet story!
Next up, it was climate change, with Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham of New Mexico — a rumored veep before Kamala clinched it — touching on the topic passionately, saying we need to attack the crisis.