Posts Tagged ‘Videos’

Congratulations to the 53rd Annual Grammy Winners!  Here are a few:

Album of the Year: “The Suburbs,” Arcade Fire

Pop Performance by a Duo or Group: “Hey Soul Sister,” Train

Rock Album: “The Resistance,” Muse

Rap Album: “Recovery,” Eminem

Arcade Fire- The Suburbs

Train – Hey, Soul Sister

Muse- Resistance

Eminem – Love The Way You Lie ft. Rihanna

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Happy Wednesday Justice Bloggers!

I am thrilled to tell you that this Blog has been listed in the “101 Women Bloggers to Watch for 2011″.   I am not sure how we made the list of 100 Women Bloggers but I am forever grateful.  They listed us as Politics and Rock N’ Roll.  So, I guess I had better add a rock n’ roll video… 🙂


101 Women Bloggers to Watch for 2011

Submitted by Heidi Richards on January 24, 2011 – 2:47 pm

WE Magazine for Women is so excited to bring you our 2011 List of Women Bloggers to Watch. WE searched high and low, posted on social networks and asked our readers to submit their favorite women bloggers for possible inclusion. Thanks to our friends on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn and a very special thanks to Denise Wakeman of The BlogSquad fame for inviting women to post their blogs. WE found so many wonderful women bloggers to share in this 100 Bloggers to Watch for 2011! And to all the women who commented on the 2010 list of Women bloggers with their own blog suggestions, thank you!

WE are sure you will enjoy reading about these women and checking out their blogs as much as WE had putting this list of Women Bloggers to Watch.

When you do stop by their blogs, please let them know you heard about them at WE Magazine for Women. Our Mission is to Showcase Women, their talents, treasures and expertise focusing on Busy Women on the Move.

Feel free to leave a comment below and let us know of other fabulous women bloggers (including your blogs!) If you have not made one of our LISTS in the past, we are delighted to review it for inclusion in an upcoming Women Bloggers to Watch.



Eddie Money- Shakin’

Guns N’ Roses-Sweet Child O’Mine

Slash – Wild Horses

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Martin Luther King Jr.: I Have a Dream (1 of 2)

I Have A Dream (2 of 2)

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Corey Smith, Marquis Cooper Missing In Florida: UPDATED VIDEO

AP/ Huffington Post |   March 1, 2009 03:03 PM

***UPDATE 3/3 430PM*** ABC’s Phoenix affiliate reports that the Coast Guard is going to end at sunset the search for the two NFL players and a third man lost at sea:

Officials from the U.S. Coast Guard say they will call off their search at sunset for two NFL players and a third man lost at sea after their boat capsized over the weekend…
…That’s 60 hours after the search first began. Some amateur search efforts are expected to continue, Coast Guard officials said.

***UPDATE 3/3 10:46AM*** From AP:

Two NFL players and a third man missing since their boat capsized off the Florida coast face dwindling odds of survival after more than two days in the water, though their size and good health could help them fend off hypothermia, authorities said.
Coast Guard officials wouldn’t speculate on the men’s chances of being rescued alive as the search continued Tuesday morning. There was some hope, even though hypothermia can set in after 18 hours in 64-degree water. Water temperatures were in the mid- to upper-60s.

“With all of these men being past, present football players, they do have a much larger physique than a lot of people,” Petty Officer Robert Simpson said. “So their odds are going to be definitely in their favor.”

The lone survivor so far, Nick Schuyler, was conscious but appeared weak as he was loaded onto a stretcher Monday. His father, Stuart Schuyler, said the former University of South Florida player was bruised and dehydrated but “looks OK.” He said his son was in serious but stable condition.

Crews had narrowed their search Monday for Oakland Raiders linebacker Marquis Cooper, 26, who owned the 21-foot boat; free-agent defensive lineman Corey Smith, 29; and former South Florida player William Bleakley, 25. Cooper is 6-foot-3, 230 pounds, and Smith is 6-foot-2, 250 pounds. Bleakley had played tight end.

Nick Schuyler told rescuers that the boat the four good friends were aboard was anchored when it flipped Saturday evening in rough seas, said Coast Guard Capt. Timothy M. Close. Schuyler, who was wearing a life vest, had been hanging onto the hull that a Coast Guard cutter discovered 35 miles off Clearwater.


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As Salt Lake FBI chief in January 1958, Mark Felt shows off his skills with a pistol.

As Salt Lake FBI chief in January 1958, Mark Felt shows off his skills with a pistol.

‘DEEP THROAT’ DIES: Watergate’s Mark Felt Was 95 (VIDEO) (SLIDESHOW)

The Huffington Post |  Nico Pitney   |   December 19, 2008 12:22 AM


“Mark Felt, the man who helped bring down President Richard Nixon as the infamous ‘Deep Throat‘ for investigative reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein, died at his Santa Rosa home Thursday afternoon surrounded by family,” the Santa Rosa Press Democrat reported.

Felt, 95, suffered from congestive heart failure but the immediate cause of death was not known Thursday night.

“He was an important person for the history of our nation, but also such a gem and such a treasure to our family,” said his grandson, Nick Jones, who confirmed the death. “He was a great man.” […]

In 2005, more than 30 years after his whistle-blowing helped topple a presidency, Mark Felt, once a top FBI official, held a press conference on the front steps of his Santa Rosa home.

Felt, then 91, revealed that he was “Deep Throat,” the anonymous source who leaked information to Washington Post reporters about the Watergate scandal that eventually led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon in 1972.

Felt’s role, but not his identity, was depicted in a 1974 book titled “All the President’s Men” by Washington Post reporters Woodward and Bernstein, and in a subsequent movie of the same name released in 1976. […]

Felt, who lived in Alexandria, Va, after his 1973 resignation from the FBI, moved to Santa Rosa in 1991, and lived there with his daughter, Joan Felt, until his death.


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