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watch john waters mock ‘adult baby’ mike pence’s relationship with his wife


in an interview with salon’s amanda marcotte, popular filmmaker john waters had a few things to say about president donald trump but saved some his more caustic comments for vice president mike pence, referring to him as an “adult baby.”waters started off by taking a shot at people who “bitch and whine” about trump while threatening to leave the country.“well, who cares?” waters exclaimed. “oh, do you think trump is going to say, ‘well then, i’m not going to be president if you’re leaving the country.’ you’re that important? stay and fight!”waters then turned his focus on pence.“the scary part is if trump — if anything does happen — pence is way way way worse,” waters explained. “and his wife is even way way way worse than pence.”“why do you say that?” host marcotte asked.“he calls her ‘mo






watch maxine waters eviscerate o’reilly


rep. maxine waters (d-ca) on wednesday eviscerated the bill o’reillys and donald trumps of the world, promising the day will come when rich persons, rich men, won’t be able to buy their way out of this criminal activity.”regarding the news on o'reilly, a day will come when rich men won't be able to buy their way out of criminal conduct & they will go to jail.— maxine waters (@maxinewaters) april 20, 2017waters said she’s “very proud” of what took place at fox news with o’reilly’s ouster, adding it appears rupert murdoch’s sons lachlan and james orchestrated the move. “they’re trying to take this station into a new era,” waters said.“i’m proud of the advertisers who decided that they were going to pull their ads from his show,” waters continued. “i’m so pleased with the women who came forwa






rep. maxine waters continues to blast donald trump


rep. maxine waters has become one of the many thorns in donald trump’s side, while simultaneously becoming a crowd favorite. after boldly defending herself against bill o’reilly’s racist and sexist comments last week, waters spoke with cnn’s fredricka whitfield sunday, (april 2) and continued to blast trump and his administration.read bill o’reilly thought it was a good idea to criticize rep. maxine waters’ hairthe congresswoman offered her two cents on trump’s threat regarding north korea in which while speaking with the financial times trump said  “if china is not going to solve north korea, we will.” waters said this latest stint is just proof of his lack of knowledge about government.“he has done so many things to show he doesn’t understand government,” waters said. “he’s not willing t






maxine waters has some news for bill o'reilly: 'i cannot be intimidated. i canno


u.s. rep. maxine waters (d-los angeles) has no time for bill o'reilly's foolishness. waters appeared on msnbc's "all in with chris hayes" tuesday night, and hayes asked the california congresswoman if she had a response to o'reilly's remarks that morning about her hair (or, as o'reilly put it, her "james brown wig.")while waters didn't have a direct response to o'reilly, per se, she definitely had a message to convey."no, i'm not responding to him," waters began, before thanking hillary clinton for always standing up for women in general and black women in particular.then waters neatly pivoted to what was really on her mind."let me just say this: i’m a strong black woman and i cannot be intimidated. i cannot be undermined. i cannot be thought to be afraid of bill o’reilly or anybody," wate






maxine waters has some news for bill o'reilly: 'i cannot be intimidated. i canno


u.s. rep. maxine waters (d-los angeles) has no time for bill o'reilly's foolishness. waters appeared on msnbc's "all in with chris hayes" tuesday night, and hayes asked the california congresswoman if she had a response to o'reilly's remarks that morning about her hair (or, as o'reilly put it, her "james brown wig.")while waters didn't have a direct response to o'reilly, per se, she definitely had a message to convey."no, i'm not responding to him," waters began, before thanking hillary clinton for always standing up for women in general and black women in particular.then waters neatly pivoted to what was really on her mind."let me just say this: i’m a strong black woman and i cannot be intimidated. i cannot be undermined. i cannot be thought to be afraid of bill o’reilly or anybody," wate






how pink floyd’s roger waters refound his fire at 72


before he agreed to produce roger waters’ first album in 25 years, nigel godrich had some hard words to say to the ex-pink floyd frontman.“i told him what i thought of some of his earlier (solo) stuff,” said the studio wizard behind radiohead, who has been dubbed the “sixth member” of the british band.godrich didn’t mince his words with his boyhood hero. “he made some records that were impenetrable. i can’t listen to them — i turned them off,” he told afp.“i tried to explain that to him,” the producer said of his frank first meeting with waters, the lyrical genius behind the legendary albums “the wall” and “dark side of the moon”.but rather than punch him in the mouth, the famously combative waters, now 72, hired him.“he got it,” said godrich, who claimed that waters’ powerful new album, “






maxine waters says trump is a ‘lying, indecent’ man


after recently telling some 211,000 followers to “get ready” for president donald trump’s impeachment, rep. maxine waters, d-calif., took to twitter once again to blast the commander in chief. waters hasn’t been shy about using her social media to condemn policies and laws proposed by the trump administration. “trump is a lying, indecent man who has…






roger waters: still tearing down walls


"the wall" is one of many hits from roger waters, co-founder of the legendary band pink floyd. not content with a summer song, he's launched an entire tour, and tells our anthony mason all about it: for much of may, roger waters' stage crew was setting up his new show, working out the staging in a vacant arena in the new jersey meadowlands -- booking a 20,000-seat arena just to rehearse.water's last tour, an epic production of "the wall," the rock opera he wrote for his former band, pink floyd, ended in 2013 after taking in nearly half a billion dollars, the highest-grossing tour by a solo artist in history. his new show: another spectacle. "it's technologically extremely demanding," waters said. and compared to "the wall"? "i think this is even more complex, and bigger."playvideosunday mo






rep. maxine waters is wearing a 'james brown' wig


in this combination photo, rep. maxine waters, d-calif., left, appears at the justice on trial film festival on oct. 20, 2013, in los angeles and fox news personality bill o'reilly appears on the set of his show, "the o'reilly factor," on oct. 1, 2015 in new york. (photo: ap)fox news host bill o'reilly said tuesday he was distracted by rep. maxine waters' hair, comparing it to a "james brown wig."during fox & friends, o'reilly watched a clip of waters, a black democrat from california, saying on the house floor that criticism of the president was patriotic."we fight against this president and we point out how dangerous he is," waters said on the floor. "...we're fighting for democracy. we're fighting for america. we're saying to those who say they're patriotic, but they turn a blind eye to






chicago dedicating 9-story mural to bluesman muddy waters


chicago — chicago plans to dedicate a nine-story mural to blues music legend muddy waters before the city's annual blues festival this weekend.the mural is downtown, on the corner of state and washington streets. thursday's dedication is scheduled to feature a performance by the muddy waters legacy band, which features two of waters' sons. musicians billy branch and che "rhymefest" smith also are scheduled to be there, along with brazilian muralist eduardo kobra, who created the artwork. three artists helped kobra complete the mural over two weeks.waters is known as the father or king of blues music in chicago. he died in 1983 at age 70.the chicago blues festival runs from friday through sunday in millennium park.






o'reilly apologizes for jest about california rep. maxine waters' hair


new york  — fox news personality bill o’reilly apologized tuesday for saying he had a hard time concentrating on california rep. maxine waters during a speech because he was distracted by her “james brown wig.”o’reilly said that his jest about her hair was dumb. “i apologize,” he said in a statement.he had made his statement during an appearance earlier on “fox & friends,” after a clip was shown of the democratic representative speaking in the house of representatives. o’reilly, as he watched, appeared to mouth the words “right on” and give a clenched-fist salute.after the clip, he said, “i didn’t hear a word she said. i was looking at the james brown wig.” fox’s ainsley earhardt defended waters, saying o’reilly shouldn’t go after a woman’s looks.o’reilly also said that waters, who is blac






rep. maxine waters claps back at bill o'reilly after hair insult


closeskip in skipxembedxshare after sean spicer's fiery exchange with veteran reporter april ryan and bill o'reilly's comments about rep. maxine waters' hair, women are coming together. usa todayfox news host bill o'reilly said tuesday he was distracted by rep. maxine waters' hair, comparing it to a "james brown wig."during fox & friends, o'reilly watched a clip of waters, a black democrat from california, saying on the house floor that criticism of the president was patriotic."we fight against this president and we point out how dangerous he is," waters said on the floor. "...we're fighting for democracy. we're fighting for america. we're saying to those who say they're patriotic, but they turn a blind eye to the destruction he is about to cause to this country. you are not nearly as patr






san pedro man accused of making death threats in racist voicemail to u.s. rep. m


a san pedro man threatened to kill u.s. rep. maxine waters in a voicemail filled with racist and anti-gay slurs after he became angered over her criticisms of president trump, according to court documents.anthony scott lloyd, 44, was indicted late last week on a charge of threatening to kill waters in a voicemail left at her washington, d.c., office last month, prosecutors said. lloyd, who was arrested nov. 9, remains free in lieu of $20,000 bail.according to an arrest affidavit, lloyd became angered while listening to talk radio on oct. 22 when he heard a report involving waters making disparaging comments about trump.“if you continue to make threats toward the president, you’re going to wind up dead, maxine, ’cause we’ll kill you,” lloyd said in the voicemail, according to the affidavit.






actress sharon stone defends rep. maxine waters in spoken word video


actress and activist sharon stone spoke about rep. maxine waters (d-los angeles) and her willingness to challenge the trump administration in a new video released on monday.waters, who has represented the 43rd congressional district since 1991, has taken particular aim at president trump since he took office in january, including repeatedly calling for him to be impeached.the video, a mashup of walters' photos and videos with stone speaking over the footage, is a response to fox news host bill o'reilly saying last week that he was distracted by waters' hair while she was giving a speech about patriotism under trump. he compared her hair to that of the late musician james brown. o'reilly apologized after an outcry.waters responded on msnbc, saying she was not intimidated by o'reilly and won






maxine waters says trump's cabinet is a bunch of "scumbags"


rep. maxine waters has seemingly become the spine the democrats so desperately need to tackle the gop, and the trump administration. the california congresswoman, whose blunt honesty coupled with priceless facial expressions, have scored her a new generation of admirers who are tired of all the politics and simply want the straight talk. tuesday night, (feb. 21) waters appeared on msnbc’s “all in with chris hayes” and in true maxine waters fashion, held nothing back when discussing donald trump’s administration, specifically its alleged ties with russia.read rep. maxine waters wants no parts of donald trump: ‘i don’t respect him’“this is a bunch of scumbags. that’s what they are, who are all organized around making money,” waters said.hayes was visibly taken back by waters’ candor, and ask






blues harmonica player james cotton, mr. superharp, dies at 81


mississippi blues harp player james cotton was certainly considered lucky for the break he got joining muddy waters’ band in the late 1950s, taking over a spot previously held by such venerated harmonica whizzes as little walter and junior wells.but it wasn’t a one-way street. cotton is credited with the suggestion that waters add a particular song to his repertoire, one that soon became waters’ musical calling card: “got my mojo working.”that may well be part of the reason that waters was always ready to share the spotlight with other musicians with him on a bandstand.see the most-read stories in entertainment this hour »“when one of my band members goes over big, i really like it,” waters told author james rooney in his book “bossmen.” “a lot of people ain’t like that. they don’t want to






rep. maxine waters is wearing a 'james brown' wig


closeskip in skipxembedxshare fox news' bill o'reilly made some controversial comments about a african-american congresswoman's hair. veuer's nick cardona (@nickcardona93) has that story and the host's apology. buzz60fox news host bill o'reilly said tuesday he was distracted by rep. maxine waters' hair, comparing it to a "james brown wig."during fox & friends, o'reilly watched a clip of waters, a black democrat from california, saying on the house floor that criticism of the president was patriotic."we fight against this president and we point out how dangerous he is," waters said on the floor. "...we're fighting for democracy. we're fighting for america. we're saying to those who say they're patriotic, but they turn a blind eye to the destruction he is about to cause to this country. you






rep. maxine waters is wearing a 'james brown' wig


closeskip in skipxembedxshare fox news' bill o'reilly made some controversial comments about a african-american congresswoman's hair. veuer's nick cardona (@nickcardona93) has that story and the host's apology. buzz60fox news host bill o'reilly said tuesday he was distracted by rep. maxine waters' hair, comparing it to a "james brown wig."during fox & friends, o'reilly watched a clip of waters, a black democrat from california, saying on the house floor that criticism of the president was patriotic."we fight against this president and we point out how dangerous he is," waters said on the floor. "...we're fighting for democracy. we're fighting for america. we're saying to those who say they're patriotic, but they turn a blind eye to the destruction he is about to cause to this country. you






rep. maxine waters is wearing a 'james brown' wig


closeskip in skipxembedxshare fox news' bill o'reilly made some controversial comments about a african-american congresswoman's hair. veuer's nick cardona (@nickcardona93) has that story and the host's apology. buzz60fox news host bill o'reilly said tuesday he was distracted by rep. maxine waters' hair, comparing it to a "james brown wig."during fox & friends, o'reilly watched a clip of waters, a black democrat from california, saying on the house floor that criticism of the president was patriotic."we fight against this president and we point out how dangerous he is," waters said on the floor. "...we're fighting for democracy. we're fighting for america. we're saying to those who say they're patriotic, but they turn a blind eye to the destruction he is about to cause to this country. you






two guitars returned to muddy waters' heirs in estate battle's last development


over the last two decades of his storied career, muddy waters entertained a global multitude, belting out his pioneering brand of electric chicago blues with his gruff voice and his battered, burgundy red fender telecaster.his iconic guitar still made the rounds even after waters died in 1983. it's been displayed at the rock & roll hall of fame and at a jimi hendrix-themed exhibition in seattle. on wednesday, it made an unscheduled appearance in wheaton, in the cab of a pickup truck parked in a lot at the dupage county government center.an attorney representing waters' heirs took possession of the telecaster and a second, custom-made guitar from elizabeth cameron, the widow of scott cameron, who managed waters during his late-career revival, and was the executor of waters' estate.the excha






rep. maxine waters' no-holds-barred remarks find fans


washington — rep. maxine waters doesn't expect to pose for a photo with president donald trump anytime soon.in fact, the california congresswoman plans to boycott any meeting, event, ceremony or public event with the president, at the white house or even in her home district of los angeles."i don't see myself meeting with him, sitting down with him, believing anything he would say or even respecting anything he would say," waters said sternly to the associated press. "it would not be honest on my part to go to any ceremonies with him or to pretend i am having a decent conversation with him."and if trump personally invited her to the white house for a conversation? "i wouldn't go," she said emphatically.waters has served in congress for a quarter-century. now she's turned into the passionat






'reclaiming my time': rep. maxine waters' viral words inspire the theme of women


democratic rep. maxine waters has gotten a lot of attention this year as she's pushed back on the trump administration, earning the nickname "auntie maxine." now her words will be the theme of the new women's convention.the two-day women's convention in detroit is hoping to capitalize on the energy of january's women's march, when hundreds of thousands of women marched in cities across the country the day after trump's inauguration. it is scheduled for the end of october, and announced this week its theme will be "reclaiming our time."the theme refers to a heated exchange in july between waters of los angeles and treasury secretary steven mnuchin during a house financial services committee hearing. it began when waters asked mnuchin why he hadn't responded to a letter democrats sent him as






2 guitars returned to muddy waters' heirs in ongoing estate battle


over the last two decades of his storied career, muddy waters entertained a global multitude, belting out his pioneering brand of electric chicago blues with his gruff voice and his battered, burgundy red fender telecaster.his iconic guitar still made the rounds even after waters died in 1983. it's been displayed at the rock & roll hall of fame and at a jimi hendrix-themed exhibition in seattle. on wednesday, it made an unscheduled appearance in wheaton, in the cab of a pickup truck parked in a lot at the dupage county government center.an attorney representing waters' heirs took possession of the telecaster and a second, custom-made guitar from elizabeth cameron, the widow of scott cameron, who managed waters during his late-career revival and was the executor of waters' estate.the exchan






rep. maxine waters claps back at bill o'reilly after hair insult


closeskip in skipxembedxshare fox news' bill o'reilly made some controversial comments about a african-american congresswoman's hair. veuer's nick cardona (@nickcardona93) has that story and the host's apology. buzz60fox news host bill o'reilly said tuesday he was distracted by rep. maxine waters' hair, comparing it to a "james brown wig."during fox & friends, o'reilly watched a clip of waters, a black democrat from california, saying on the house floor that criticism of the president was patriotic."we fight against this president and we point out how dangerous he is," waters said on the floor. "...we're fighting for democracy. we're fighting for america. we're saying to those who say they're patriotic, but they turn a blind eye to the destruction he is about to cause to this country. you






rep. maxine waters claps back at bill o'reilly after hair insult


closeskip in skipxembedxshare fox news' bill o'reilly made some controversial comments about a african-american congresswoman's hair. veuer's nick cardona (@nickcardona93) has that story and the host's apology. buzz60fox news host bill o'reilly said tuesday he was distracted by rep. maxine waters' hair, comparing it to a "james brown wig."during fox & friends, o'reilly watched a clip of waters, a black democrat from california, saying on the house floor that criticism of the president was patriotic."we fight against this president and we point out how dangerous he is," waters said on the floor. "...we're fighting for democracy. we're fighting for america. we're saying to those who say they're patriotic, but they turn a blind eye to the destruction he is about to cause to this country. you






2 guitars returned to muddy waters' heirs in estate battle's latest development


over the last two decades of his storied career, muddy waters entertained a global multitude, belting out his pioneering brand of electric chicago blues with his gruff voice and his battered, burgundy red fender telecaster.his iconic guitar still made the rounds even after waters died in 1983. it's been displayed at the rock & roll hall of fame and at a jimi hendrix-themed exhibition in seattle. on wednesday, it made an unscheduled appearance in wheaton, in the cab of a pickup truck parked in a lot at the dupage county government center.an attorney representing waters' heirs took possession of the telecaster and a second, custom-made guitar from elizabeth cameron, the widow of scott cameron, who managed waters during his late-career revival and was the executor of waters' estate.the exchan






2 guitars returned to muddy waters' heirs in estate battle's latest development


over the last two decades of his storied career, muddy waters entertained a global multitude, belting out his pioneering brand of electric chicago blues with his gruff voice and his battered, burgundy red fender telecaster.his iconic guitar still made the rounds even after waters died in 1983. it's been displayed at the rock & roll hall of fame and at a jimi hendrix-themed exhibition in seattle. on wednesday, it made an unscheduled appearance in wheaton, in the cab of a pickup truck parked in a lot at the dupage county government center.an attorney representing waters' heirs took possession of the telecaster and a second, custom-made guitar from elizabeth cameron, the widow of scott cameron, who managed waters during his late-career revival and was the executor of waters' estate.the exchan






2 guitars returned to muddy waters' heirs in estate battle's latest development


over the last two decades of his storied career, muddy waters entertained a global multitude, belting out his pioneering brand of electric chicago blues with his gruff voice and his battered, burgundy red fender telecaster.his iconic guitar still made the rounds even after waters died in 1983. it's been displayed at the rock & roll hall of fame and at a jimi hendrix-themed exhibition in seattle. on wednesday, it made an unscheduled appearance in wheaton, in the cab of a pickup truck parked in a lot at the dupage county government center.an attorney representing waters' heirs took possession of the telecaster and a second, custom-made guitar from elizabeth cameron, the widow of scott cameron, who managed waters during his late-career revival and was the executor of waters' estate.the exchan






muddy waters takes to twitter in latest dispute with abbott


as cyberattacks against hospitals made international headlines friday, a short-selling financial firm called muddy waters accused medical device maker abbott laboratories of trying to use a legal settlement to muzzle critics who discover computer flaws in abbott devices.abbott said the allegation was not true, and that the financially motivated firm was engaging in a "campaign of misinformation" that included broadcasting an out-of-context snippet from a confidential legal document on twitter. muddy waters has not shown signs of backing down."mw hereby rejects your noxious settlement proposal that attempts to gag us and [other researchers] from assisting fda, dhs," muddy waters wrote on twitter on thursday afternoon, referencing the food and drug administration and the department of homela






muddy waters takes to twitter in latest dispute with abbott labs


as cyberattacks against hospitals made international headlines friday, a short-selling financial firm called muddy waters accused medical device maker abbott laboratories of trying to use a legal settlement to muzzle critics who discover computer flaws in abbott devices.abbott said the allegation was not true, and that the financially motivated firm was engaging in a “campaign of misinformation” that included broadcasting an out-of-context snippet from a confidential legal document on twitter. muddy waters has not shown signs of backing down.“mw hereby rejects your noxious settlement proposal that attempts to gag us and [other researchers] from assisting fda, dhs,” muddy waters wrote on twitter on thursday afternoon, referencing the food and drug administration and the department of homela






san pedro man accused of making death threats in racist voicemail to u.s. rep. m


a san pedro man threatened to kill u.s. rep. maxine waters in a voicemail filled with racist and anti-gay slurs after he became angered over her criticisms of president trump, according to court documents.anthony scott lloyd, 44, was indicted late last week on a charge of threatening to kill waters in a voicemail left at her washington, d.c., office last month, prosecutors said. lloyd, who was arrested nov. 9, remains free in lieu of $20,000 bail.according to an arrest affidavit, lloyd became angered while listening to talk radio on oct. 22 when he heard a report involving waters making disparaging comments about trump.“if you continue to make threats toward the president, you’re going to wind up dead, maxine, ’cause we’ll kill you,” lloyd said in the voicemail, according to the affidavit.






maxine waters’ tough words fire up women's convention


in no uncertain terms, rep. maxine waters warned those who prey on women to "keep your hands off."        






maxine waters: o'reilly 'needs to go to jail'; fox a 'sexual harassment enterpri


rep. maxine waters, d-calif., made the comments in response to a question about trump's defense of o'reilly.       






maxine waters to bill o'reilly: "i cannot be intimidated"


rep. maxine waters (d.-calif.) will not be “intimidated” by bill o’reilly, or anybody for that matter. the 78-year-old congresswoman responded to the fox news personality after he criticized her hair during a fox & friends segment tuesday (march 28).read: rep. maxine waters says the trump administration is a bunch of “scumbags”o’reilly apologized for the “dumb” comment, after twitter roasted him into oblivion, but he isn’t the only fox news employee to take shots at the veteran politician:waters clapped back with the #blackwomenatwork hashtag — which sheds light on the racism, stereotypes, discrimination, and all around headaches that black women face in the work place.the hashtag was sparked by o’reilly’s statements, and press secretary sean spicer telling journalist april ryan to stop sh






maxine waters praises coretta scott king in classic photo


political resident auntie rep. maxine waters (d-ca.) isn’t done criticizing the actions of president donald trump but did take some time during international women’s day (march 8) to reflect on her social justice work with the late and great coretta scott king.read maxine waters isn’t here for trump’s wiretapping claims against obamawaters tweeted a photo of herself along with the civil rights leader and several other women at the 1977 national women’s conference in houston. the huffington post reports the group rallied for congress to recognize discrimination minority women faced based on their race and gender. known as the “sisters of 77,” waters, scott king, gloria steinem and many more created resolutions that also focused on abortion, education, rape, healthcare and the equal rights a






outrage over trump's immigrant ban helps aclu raise more money online in one wee


closeskip in skipxembedxshare protests flared as president trump's executive order blocked refugees from entering u.s. airports, including travelers who already had valid visas. usa today networkhundreds of people gathered in durham, n.c., on friday to show their support for refugees and immigrants and stand against president trump's immigrant ban.(p o: bernard thomas, ap) 14471 connect 2 linkedinemailmorethe american civil liberties union shattered fundraising records this weekend after taking the white house to court over president trump's executive order banning people from seven muslim-majority countries from entering the united states.the aclu said it has received more than 350,000 online donations totaling $24 million since urday morning. the non-profit organization that aims to prot