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In Trump We Trust
In Trump We Trust: E Pluribus Awesome! is a 2016 book by Ann Coulter in support of Donald Trump and his 2016 campaign for the presidency of the United
Mar 7th 2017

No Favors (Big Sean song)
"No Favors" is a song by American rapper Big Sean featuring American rapper Eminem for his fourth studio album I Decided (2017). The song was written by
Apr 22nd 2017

Toi (song)
"Toi" (English translation: "You") was the Luxembourgish entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1975, performed in French by Irish singer Geraldine. The
Oct 10th 2015

Leah Kauffman
Most recently, Kauffman wrote and performed the song "Perfected: The Ann Coulter Song", the video of which features Kauffman, rather than a lip-synching
Jun 13th 2016

United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest 1980
The 1980 "A Song For Europe" contest was held on 26 March 1980 (the same day as that year's budget), at the BBC Television Theatre in Shepherd's Bush and
Nov 9th 2016

Godless may refer to: Godlessness, the absence of theism Godless: The Church of Liberalism, a 2006 book written by Ann Coulter Godless (film), a 2016 Bulgarian
Dec 14th 2016

Treason (disambiguation)
Treason is a crime that covers a variety of extreme acts against one's sovereign or nation. Treason may also refer to: In film: Treason (1933 film), an
Jan 12th 2016

Guilty commonly refers to the feeling of guilt, an experience that occurs when a person believes having violated a moral standard. Guilty or The Guilty
Apr 24th 2017

Family (LeAnn Rimes album)
Family is the ninth studio album by American country recording artist LeAnn Rimes, released October 9, 2007, by Curb Records in the United States. It was
Feb 21st 2017

Wake Up (Rage Against the Machine song)
"Wake Up" is a song by American rap metal band Rage Against the Machine. It is the seventh track from their self-titled debut album. While never released
May 18th 2017

Crazy (disambiguation)
Crazy is a spectrum of behaviors characterized by certain abnormal mental or behavioral patterns. Crazy may also refer to: Crazy Magazine (1973–1983)
May 5th 2017

There's a Small Hotel
"There's a Small Hotel" is a 1936 popular song composed by Richard Rodgers, with lyrics by Lorenz Hart. Originally written for but dropped from the musical
Feb 23rd 2017

University of Michigan
University">The University of MichiganMichigan (U-M, UM, UMich, or U of M), frequently referred to simply as "MichiganMichigan," is a public research university in Ann Arbor, MichiganMichigan
May 20th 2017

Sandie Shaw
Sandie Shaw (born Sandra Ann Goodrich; 26 February 1947) is an English singer. One of the most successful British female singers of the 1960s, in 1967
May 10th 2017

Eurovision Song Contest 1975
The-Eurovision-Song-Contest-1975The Eurovision Song Contest 1975 was the 20th edition of the contest hosted by SR and held in Stockholm, Sweden. The arena for the event was the newly
May 14th 2017

Pistols 'n' Petticoats
Pistols 'n' Petticoats is an American Western sitcom that ran on CBS during the 1966-1967 television season. It was produced by Kayro/Universal Television
Oct 31st 2016

Demon (disambiguation)
A demon is a malevolent being in mythology or occultism. Demon or daemon may also refer to: Daemon (classical mythology), a good or benevolent nature
Apr 12th 2017

The RINJ Foundation
RINJ-Foundation">The RINJ Foundation (RINJ) is a Canadian incorporated global not-for-profit health care-related non-governmental organization women's group listed with
May 2nd 2017

Matt Lauer
Matthew Todd Lauer (born December 30, 1957) is an American television journalist and host of The Today Show. He is also a contributor for Dateline NBC
May 18th 2017

Ireland in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015
Ireland participated in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 with the song "Playing with Numbers", written by Greg French and Molly Sterling. The song was
Apr 10th 2017

Time 100
Time 100 (often written in all-caps as TIME 100) is an annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world assembled by the American news magazine
Apr 24th 2017

Comedy Central Roast
The-Comedy-Central-RoastsThe Comedy Central Roasts are a series of annual celebrity roast specials that air on Comedy Central. The first official Comedy Central Roast premiered
May 9th 2017

Susan G. Cole
Susan G. Cole (born February 9, 1952) is a Canadian feminist author, activist, editor, speaker and playwright. She has spoken out on a number of issues
Mar 28th 2017

Jackanory was a long-running BBC children's television series that was designed to stimulate an interest in reading. The show was first transmitted on
Mar 30th 2017

The Best of Cilla Black
The Best of Cilla Black is a compilation album by Cilla Black. It was first released in 1968 and originally included 14 of her biggest hit singles, a selection
Mar 23rd 2017

The Naked Brothers Band: The Movie
The Naked Brothers Band is a 2005 American children's film written and directed by Polly Draper, which stars her sons, Nat Wolff and Alex Wolff, who portray
May 10th 2017

Huckabee is a TV political commentary program on Fox News hosted by former Republican Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee. It premiered September 27, 2008
Jan 10th 2017

Nat and Alex Wolff
Nat and Alex Wolff are an American pop music duo from New York, New York, consisting of brothers Nat and Alex Wolff. The siblings are known for their work
May 16th 2017

Rolf Løvland
Rolf Undsat Lovland (born 19 April 1955) is a Norwegian composer and lyricist. Together with Fionnuala Sherry, he formed the Celtic-Nordic group Secret
Feb 25th 2017

The United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing, more commonly known as the Shakers, is a millenarian restorationist Christian sect founded
May 21st 2017

Bob Guccione Jr.
Robert Charles "Bob" Guccione Jr. (born September 19, 1955) is the eldest son of Penthouse founder Bob Guccione. He is best known for founding music magazine
Mar 31st 2017

Heroes (Måns Zelmerlöw song)
"Heroes" is a song by Swedish singer Mans Zelmerlow. It was released on 28 February 2015 as a digital download in Sweden. The song was written and composed
May 13th 2017

Hallelujah (Gali Atari and Milk & Honey song)
"Hallelujah" (Hebrew script: הללויה‎) was the winning song of the Eurovision Song Contest 1979, performed in Hebrew by Gali Atari and Milk & Honey for
May 11th 2017

Anti-Canadianism is hostility towards the government, culture, or people of Canada. Voltaire reputedly joked that Canada was "a few acres of snow." He
May 22nd 2017

The Barry Gibb Talk Show
The Barry Gibb Talk Show is a recurring sketch on Saturday Night Live about a talk show starring Bee Gees lead singer Barry Gibb (played by Jimmy Fallon)
Nov 5th 2016

Pieing is the act of throwing a pie at a person or people. Non-consensual pieing is a punishable offence in criminal law, and depending on jurisdiction
May 9th 2017

Ronnie Drew
Joseph Ronald "Ronnie" Drew (Irish: Ranall O Draoi IPA: [ˈɾˠaːnəl̪ˠ oː dɾˠiː]) (16 September 1934 – 16 August 2008) was an Irish singer, folk musician
May 16th 2017

Barbara Delinsky
Barbara Delinsky (born August 9, 1945, in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S. as Barbara Ruth Greenberg.) is an American writer of romance novels, including 19
Apr 24th 2017

Après toi
"Apres toi" (French for "After you") was the winning song of the Eurovision Song Contest 1972 performed in French by Greek singer Vicky Leandros, representing
Feb 23rd 2017

"Ding-a-dong" (original Dutch title: "Ding dinge dong", as it was introduced in the titles when broadcast) was the title of the winning song in the Eurovision
May 16th 2017

United Kingdom in the Eurovision Song Contest 1967
The United Kingdom held a national pre-selection to choose the song that would go to the Eurovision Song Contest 1967. It was held on 25 February 1967
May 31st 2016

List of songs recorded by Elvis Presley
This is a list of the songs recorded by Elvis Presley between his first demos at the Sun Studios in 1953 and his final concert on June 26, 1977 at the
Mar 2nd 2017

Twinn Connexion
Twinn Connexion was the singing duo of identical twin brothers Jerry and Jay Hopkins. They were signed with Decca Records and released a self-titled album
Dec 27th 2016

Marshall-Bruce-Mathers-IIIMarshall Bruce Mathers III (born October 17, 1972), known professionally as Eminem (often stylized as MIN">EMINƎM), is an American rapper, record producer,
May 21st 2017

List of cover versions of U2 songs
This is a list of covers of U2 songs that have been recorded and released. "40" is the tenth and final track from U2's 1983 album, War. It is the final
May 23rd 2017

Trisha Yearwood
Patricia Lynn "Trisha" Yearwood (born September 19, 1964) is an American country music singer, author, actress, and chef. She is known for her ballads
May 22nd 2017

Issachar Bates
Issachar Bates (January 29, 1758 – March 17, 1837) was among the most prolific poets and song writers among the early 19th century Shakers. Several of
Jan 25th 2017

Martin Hayes (musician)
Hayes Martin Hayes (born 4 July 1962) is an Irish fiddler from County Clare. He is a member of the Irish-American supergroup The Gloaming. Hayes was born into
Apr 23rd 2017

For other uses, see Deadhead (disambiguation). Deadhead or Dead Head is a name given to fans of the American psychedelic rock band the Grateful Dead
Mar 9th 2017

A Reality Tour
This article is about the David Bowie concert tour. For the concert tour by Jessica Simpson, see Reality Tour (Jessica Simpson concert tour). A Reality
Feb 9th 2017

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