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Now, We knew this was coming . . . but no matter what we did to prepare, it wasn't enough. Nadya Suleman or... as we know her... the heinous, money hungry, mother of 14 on every form of financial aid possible, OCTOMOM has a new dance song "Sexy Party" hit the Web yesterday, and it's GOD-AWFUL.

Listen to this ear bleeder here:

LINDSAY LOHAN wore a really loose, backless "shirt" that exposed some major side-boob.

KIM KARDASHIAN posted some new bikini photos of herself . . . and also a couple non-nude outtakes from her "Playboy" shoot in 2007.


The "National Enquirer" claims that KRISTEN STEWART is living on what we could probably call the LINDSAY LOHAN DIET:  Cigarettes, Red Bull and potato chips. -"Kristen is grief-stricken and has hit rock-bottom.  In many ways, Kristen living off cigs and Red Bull is a way of punishing herself." - She should be nicer to people and maybe Karma wouldnt be such a you know what....

PRINCE WILLIAM and his Royal Air Force Search and Rescue team saved a drowning girl off the coast of Wales this past Thursday. The 16-year-old girl and her 13-year-old friend were body-boarding when they got caught in a riptide and dragged out to sea.  The younger girl was rescued by a surfer, but the older girl swallowed water and was slowly going under. Prince William's team had just landed its helicopter after completing routine exercises, so they were able to jump right back in and get there in just 38 seconds.

The "Hollywood Reporter" says NICKI MINAJ is "at the top of the list" to join MARIAH CAREY as a judge on "American Idol". Nothing seems imminent yet . . . but if she IS brought onboard, there's a chance WAR could break out. Not between anyone on the show. Instead, it could reignite the old-school COLA WARS between Coke and Pepsi. Nicki has a big endorsement deal with Pepsi . . . while Coca-Cola has a huge sponsorship deal with "Idol". Coke has been partnered with "Idol" since Season One, and reportedly gives the show $26 million per year.