“There are instruments so dangerous to the rights of the nation and which place them so totally at the mercy of their governors that those governors, whether legislative or executive, should be restrained from keeping such instruments on foot but in well-defined cases. Such an instrument is a standing army.”

- Thomas Jefferson, 1789

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Matthew McConaughey, Camila Alves got married in 2012 and share 3 kids

Matthew McConaughey’s mom put his wife Camila Alves to the ultimate test.

Alves, 41, shared that her now mother-in-law, Mary Kathlene McCabe, would do "all kinds of stuff" to make sure she was a right fit for her beloved son, including calling her by McConaughey’s exes names.

Convicted Murderer Alex Murdaugh Pleads Guilty To Financial Crimes unewsy Fri, 09/22/2023 - 16:51

Disgraced South Carolina attorney Alex Murdaugh, who is already serving two consecutive life sentences for murder, pleaded guilty on Thursday to financial crimes.

Murdaugh, 55, pleaded guilty in federal court to 22 counts of financial fraud and money laundering, the Associated Press reported. Murdaugh is already serving consecutive life sentences without parole for the murder of his wife, Maggie, and youngest son Paul.

If you want these happy little trees, you’ll need a lot of green. Beloved TV artist Bob Ross’s first-ever on-air painting is up for sale and costs almost $10 million.

The late host of PBS’s “The Joy of Painting” became massively popular for his friendly, calm demeanor and his insistence that anyone can become an artist. Now Modern Artifact Gallery in Minneapolis is selling “A Walk in the Woods,” the first of over 400 paintings Ross made on the show. Ross painted it for the premiere episode which aired on January 11, 1983.

NFL player Travis Kelce addressed rumors that he was dating megastar Taylor Swift, which have been heating up in recent weeks.

The Kansas City Chiefs tight end made the remarks during an appearance on ESPN’s “The Pat McAfee Show” Thursday. He didn’t confirm the rumors, but he didn’t deny them either, deciding instead to let fans in on a few small details.

Kentucky Republican Senator Rand Paul said he would move to hold up any spending bill providing more money to Ukraine as the deadline for Congress to fund the federal government approaches.

Paul, a frequent critic of foreign aid, announced on Wednesday that he would not allow an expedited funding bill that includes financial support for Ukraine to make it quickly through the Senate.