It's the most wonderful time of the year for everyone … well just about everyone. We all know that the Grinch doesn't always enjoy this time of the year when it begins.
He even tries to relieve a little Christmas stress he is feeling with some calming stretches at yoga class. During this time of the year, between Christmas shopping and feeling busy it can definitely become stressful for many of us. In this video you see the Grinch trying to relieve some stress, but then about 5 seconds in he can't take it anymore. What comes out will have you laughing out loud and wanting to SHARE this with a friend immediately.
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Lecrae released a music video for "Say I Won't" featuring Andy Mineo and a diverse cast including people of several different ages and backgrounds on Tuesday.
The clip features both Lecrae and Mineo, but the artists are also depicted by young kids who lip sync every lyric to "Say I Won't." The song from Reach Records encourages listeners to go against the grain despite the status quo.
"Why ya'll scared to be different," Lecrae raps in the song. more >>
Constantly second-guessing and blaming the previous administration have been taken to un-presidential depths by Obama.
Democrats decide to spend $40 million taxpayer dollars to contrive a one-sided report questioning the tough post-9/11 decisions by George Bush and our CIA on methods of interrogating captured terrorist masterminds. True to form, the Dems release the report in one of their last acts while they still control the Senate.
Democrat Senate staffers did not even talk to the heads of the agencies that oversaw the programs. It took seven years and was a hatchet job targeted at Bush. The 6,000-page report was slightly longer than a Tom Cruise pre-nup. more >>
Washington, D.C., passed a bill that attempts to counter a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision allowing for closely-held businesses to be exempted from the federal birth control mandate.
In a unanimous vote taken Wednesday, the Council of the District of Columbia passed a bill that apparently conflicts with the Supreme Court decision in Burwell vs. Hobby Lobby.
B20-0790, or the Reproductive Health Non-Discrimination Amendment Act of 2014, was introduced in May by Councilmember David Grosso a few months after the Court heard oral arguments in the case. more >>
A woman in Wellington, Kansas is expected to be charged with first-degree murder in the death of her son, whom she allegedly killed on Sunday night in order to protect them from this world.
Lindsey Nicole Blansett, 33, allegedly murdered her 10-year-old son Caleb while he slept. She reportedly snuck into his bedroom while he was sleeping and used a knife and rock to kill the child.
Blansett "intentionally and with premeditation" killed the boy after she "decided the boy would be better off in heaven than to face the world's problems," the police reported. "That is what we intend to prove," county attorney Kerwin Spencer told The Wellington Daily News. more >>
Stephen Collins recently confessed to inappropriately touching and/or exposing himself to three underage girls in a statement obtained by People magazine.
The embattled "7th Heaven" actor made headlines in Oct. when an explosive audio tape surfaced online. His estranged wife Faye Grant, who is embroiled in a bitter divorce with him, secretly taped his child molestation confession during a therapy session and two months later he admitted to wrongdoing.
"Forty years ago, I did something terribly wrong that I deeply regret. I have been working to atone for it ever since," Collins wrote. "I've decided to address these issues publicly because two months ago, various news organizations published a recording made by my then-wife, Faye Grant, during a confidential marriage therapy session in Jan. 2012. This session was recorded without the therapist's or my knowledge or consent." more >>