Senator John McCain recently responded to Rand Paul stating that other Republicans are Obama “lapdogs” on national defense. He discussed it with Fox News’ Neil Cavuto.
McCain came out swinging, declaring that Senator Paul is the “worst possible candidate of the 20 or so that are running on the most important issue, which is national security.”
Neil deGrasse Tyson is an astrophysicist who served as the host and narrator for Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey, the 21st century version of Carl Sagan’s landmark television series. He is the director of New Yorks’s Hayden planetarium and has served on various Aerospace commissions for the U.S. government.
The show began in March 2014 and ran thirteen episodes in Primetime on the FOX network, and appeared in 181 countries in 45 languages around the world on the National Geographic Channels. It has been nominated for 13 Emmy Awards.
Recently, deGrasse Tyson made some comments on Twitter that raised eyebrows among some and received nasty replies. But were they true?
Jimmy Kimmel Live
According to the WSJ, Neil Patrick Harris took a break from Oscar-hosting prep Wednesday to make an appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” where he recalled the worst moment in his awards-show-emcee career to date.
In 2009, just before Harris took the stage for his first-ever gig hosting the Tony Awards, Poison frontman Bret Michaels smacked his head on a descending set piece as he wrapped up his opening-number performance with the Broadway cast of “Rock of Ages.”