Houston’s hometown hero Beyoncé Knowles endorsed Democratic Texas Senate candidate Beto O’Rourke in a series of Instagram posts published on Tuesday. Bey shared several photos of herself with her face obscured by a trucker-style cap with a “BETO” logo.
“I’m feeling grateful for everyone before me who fought so hard to give us all the right to have…
Frank Ocean has announced that pop-up shops in select cities will be giving away free merchandise to voters today. “Bring proof (a photo of you at the ballot) that you voted to any of the locations below and get some free merch. Because God bless America,” a flyer posted to his Tumblr reads. More »
Jim Carrey has drawn the dramatic face off between Beto O’Rourke and Ted Cruz ahead of the midterm elections, and it is (like most of his illustrations) a lot.
In another of his infamous political drawings, Carrey depicts Texas Democratic senate candidate Beto O’Rourke eviscerating his Republican opponent — a “vampire” Ted Cruz — with sunlight. Yes, you did read that correctly.
R&B singer, diplomat, and icon Rihanna has caught wind of her songs being played at the president’s political events, and she too wants no involvement.
Rihanna seemingly found out from Washington Post’s White House bureau chief Philip Rucker, who tweeted about hearing the artist’s 2008 track “Don’t Stop The Music” blared at a Trump rally in Chattanooga, as aides tossed free Trump t-shirts to the crowd. Read more…
‘I need a reason to make music and I haven’t had one’
President Donald Trump is scheduled to visit Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania just days after a gunman entered a synagogue there and murdered 11 worshippers on Saturday.
Musician sent the president a cease-and-desist letter after ‘poorly timed’ usage of his hit single
‘No singer at all… could not write a decent song if his life depended on it’
In one of the Donald Trump administration’s most flagrant acts of evil to date, a narrowed legal definition of gender that is currently under consideration could jeopardize the rights of 1.4 million transgender Americans.
A Sunday report from the New York Times makes public an effort spearheaded by the Department of Health and Human Services to more explicitly define gender under the federal civil rights law, Title IX.
A memo obtained by the Times stresses that enforcement of the law necessitates a more explicit definition of gender, one determined “on a biological basis that is clear, grounded in science, objective and administrable.” Read more…