Monthly Archives: November 2016

Donald Trump Wants To Make Flag-Burning Illegal

Have you been thinking about burning the American flag lately? If so, you might want to get to it before Donald Trump is inaugurated in January, because on Monday morning he was wide awake and tweeting about taking away some rights. 

“Nobody should be allowed to burn the American flag – if they do, there must be consequences – perhaps loss of citizenship or year in jail!” he tweeted.

It is, of course, completely unconstitutional to jail someone for burning a flag, because it’s a form of protest protected under the First Amendment. You also can’t perfunctorily strip people of their citizenship based on 140 characters. But we live in a crazy world where

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Rosie O’Donnell Issued An Apology For Asking If Barron Trump Has Autism

Barron Trump hasn’t spent much time in the public eye, but that’s most likely because he is 10 years old. Donald Trump’s other children have been pretty front and center throughout his campaign, especially his beloved Ivanka. Naturally, people are curious about the youngest of his brood. During Barron’s public appearances on TV, flanking his father during a live broadcast late at night, he appears to be yawning and grimacing. This is pretty normal behavior for a tired kid, but since he is so infrequently seen, it attracted a lot of attention.

An unnamed man posted a video to YouTube that suggests Barron has autism, based on these brief appearances. The man who created the vid has autism himself, and was diagnosed when he was five years old. Rosie O’Donnell, who is no fan of Donald Trump (nor he of her), shared

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Social Girls, Review Rage, Love to Hate: Oxygen Developing Social Media Series

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Oxygen is tapping into the youth scene. Variety reports the network is developing three TV series inspired by social media: Social Girls, Review Rage, and Love to Hate.

Social Girls, an unscripted series, will focus on influential media figures while Review Rage features “comedic reenactment[s] of online reviews.” Love to Hate “will profile how in the digital age a celebrities’ fall from grace can be catastrophic.”

From Variety:

“Social Girls” centers around the new type of celebrity on the rise — the influential social media millennials with millions of followers. Cameras will follow these “selfie queens” and their followers, as they redefine what it means to be “insta-successful.” Eastern and Monami Entertainment are behind the series with Toby Barraud, Stefan Springman, Mala Chapple and Mona Scott-Young serving as executive producers.

“Review Rage” is a comedic series that gives businesses and online reviewers the opportunity to vent their frustrations through

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Sunday, Nov. 27: James Brolin in "I’ll Be Home for Christmas"

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Sunday, Nov. 27

I’ll Be Home for Christmas
Hallmark Movies Mysteries, 9pm
Original Film!
James Brolin stars in and directs this heartfelt holiday film about the special relationship between a gruff former cop and his charming granddaughter. Brolin says of his young Life in Pieces costar Giselle Eisenberg, “She steals the movie.” The film is a family affair, too, as Brolin’s wife, Barbra Streisand, contributes to the charm by allowing the use of her holiday standards in a TV movie — a first for the legendary performer.

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College basketball Feast Week continues on ESPN and ESPN2 today with the championship game of the AdvoCare Invitational in Orlando, Fla., on ESPN and the third-place game on ESPN2. ESPN airs the championship game of

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What is Small Business Saturday?

Every year, the Saturday after Black Friday becomes a day to support small business in the form of Small Business Saturday.

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But what exactly is the function of the day? Here are a few facts:

Small Business Saturday began in 2010

According to the American Express website, Small Business Saturday was started by the financial company in 2010. The first Small Business Saturday was Nov. 27 of that year. In 2011, the U.S. Senate unanimously made the day official. The day celebrates small businesses and encourages supporting them and

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Homicide for the Holidays: Oxygen Announces New True Crime Series

NEW YORK – November 15, 2016 -Oxygen Media goes grim for the holidays with the new four-hour event series “Homicide for the Holidays” premiering Saturday, December 3 at 8pm ET/PT – 10pm ET/PT. The special delves into the terrifying twists, turns and tell-alls that reveal how tumultuous the holiday season can be. For a sneak peek, visit

For most, the winter holidays mean bringing family and friends together to eat, drink, and create joyous memories to last a lifetime; but, for others, it’s a time where emotions run high, anger and animosity set in and can spark an explosive combination of simmering resentments and volatile secrets. Sometimes, this emotional powder keg makes for some truly horrific holiday crime stories that viewers are sure to never forget. The series will feature firsthand accounts from families of four cases which include: sibling jealously that turned to bitterness and unhappiness then crystallized

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Wendy Williams Had Some Tea Of Her Own To Spill About Kanye West’s Rants

Wendy Williams reported on Kanye West’s breakdown over the weekend, but it was before West actually had some kind of breakdown or medical emergency and was hospitalized for his “own health and safety.” Hard to say if she’s regretting her tone today or not, but I think most people who blog playfully about West when he goes on a tear might be (ahem).

In her segment, Williams delights in West’s decision to go off on Beyoncé and Jay Z, because it gives her an opportunity to say that most award shows are rigged, and a lot of big stars won’t show unless they know they’re winning the big award. That’s some hot goss.

Though Williams criticizes West for cancelling his show (for reasons that would become clear within 24 hours of airing her criticisms on TV), she seems to think that Jay

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DirecTV Finally Launches Oxygen HD Channel on 251

New HD channels are few and far between these days, but there remain some networks that just aren’t available in high definition through certain TV service providers.

Oxygen has been broadcasting in 1080i since 2011, but up until now the network has been only available in standard definition (SD) on DirecTV.

That’s changed now with the launch of Oxygen HD channel on DirecTV Channel 251.

Oxygen airs women-focused TV series such as Bad Girls Club (now in its 16th season), “Last Squad Standing,” “The Wilkersons,” and “Snapped.”

Oxygen is also available in HD on ATT U-verse (Ch. 1368), Verizon FiOS (Ch. 644), Dish Network (Ch. 127), and other cable TV providers. Check your guide for the HD version of the show.

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Exclusive: Natalie Nunn Is Pregnant And We Have The Nude Photos To Prove It!

Natalie Nunn, one of the baddest girls to ever walk through the Bad Girls Club mansion, is about to break the internet with some big news: she’s pregnant! In an exclusive interview, Miss Natalie opens up about her hopes and dreams for her future child and whether or not her baby will some day grow up to be just as bad as Mom.

Oxygen: Hey Natalie! Thanks for taking the time to chat with us! First of all, how are you feeling?!

Natalie Nunn: I’m feeling motherly! No, honestly the first trimester was hell for me! I had morning sickness all day everyday! It was so bad I literally felt like I was sleeping in the bathroom floor

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